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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600 M Co-Axial Chronograph 45.5mm Stainless Steel


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Basic Info

Brand Omega
Ref. No.
Movement Automatic
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Rubber
Year 2010-Current
Condition 0 (unworn)
  With box
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States, California, Newport Beach
Price $3,999
Availability Available now


Movement Automatic


Case material Steel
Case diameter 45.5 mm
Waterproof 60 ATM
Dial Black
Dial numerals No numerals


Bracelet material Rubber
Clasp Fold clasp


Chronograph, Date


Luminescent Hands, Screw-Down Crown


Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600 M Co-Axial Chronograph 45.5mm Stainless SteelBrand: OmegaSeries: Planet Ocean 600 M ChronographGender: MaleCase Material: Stainless SteelCase Diameter: 45.5 mmDial: Analog Black IndexBezel: Uni-Directional RotatingMovement: Self-WindingClasp: DeploymentBracelet: RubberWater Resistant: 600 Meters (2000 Feet)Notes: Hey guys, this is Kevin from, and today we're going to be reviewing the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph. The reference number is quite long, it's in the description below, but I'll go ahead and say it as well, it's We'll be going over the price, dial, bezel, case, the crown, along with the chrono pushers, the strap, the clasp of it, and the movement towards the end of the video. So, specifically for the price, as of February 2017, the retail price, if you were to go to an Omega retailer you would be paying $8,100. At, you'll be paying as low as $6,700. Moving on to the dial now. For the dial, we have a nice black dial, with the Seamaster name in orange. We only have one Arabic numeral, which is the 12 o'clock position, also indicated by the orange. Besides that, we have index markers for the rest of the hour markers, with the date window located at the six o'clock position. On the left we have a second sub-dial which tracks the seconds. On the right we have a 12 hour dial which tracks a 12-hour-cycle. The index markers and the hands, the arrow-tipped hands are luminescent for up to eight hours. They are coated with a Super-LumiNova. Besides that, we have the seconds hand, centered here at the 12 o'clock position with an orange tip as well. Moving on to the case. The case size is very large. For the diameter, it's going to be 45.5 millimeters in diameter, that's from my index finger here to my thumb, so 45.5 millimeters in diameter. The thickness of it, is where the attention starts. It's a very, very thick watch. The exact measurement is 19.2 millimeters of thickness. Comparing that, this is comparing this to either the Sea Dweller or the Deep Sea. Those two watches, their thickness is, the thickness of those two watches are 17.7 millimeters thick, so this has almost two millimeters of thickness over that. But I do want to mention the fine details of the sides of the case. We have this very nice satin finish on the side. And it's kind of bordered along with this nice high polish along the side as well. Located here, is a helium escape valve. Similar to the Rolex's. The Rolex's is actually spring-powered and it will release helium via that spring when enough pressure is built in the watch. Whereas the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean's, all you have to do is just go ahead an unscrew it, counter-clockwise, and it'll release the helium as so. And that's just, that's pretty much for divers, as this is a diver's watch. As they resurface up from the water, they use a special mixture of gas that contains helium and the helium can get into the watch and actually pop out the crystal. And releasing that helium allows it, obviously not for the sapphire crystal to pop out. On the other side of the case, we have our two chrono pushers, with the Omega symbol located on the crown. And has a nice satin finish on this side as well, with a bordering high polish. For the specific functions. The chrono pushers, the top right, located at the two o'clock position, will start that additional seconds hand, as you see that start to move. Another press will stop it. Only when it's stopped will the bottom right chrono pusher, located at the four o'clock position, reset that to 12 o'clock position. Moving on to the crown now. Crown will unwind counter-clockwise. And after it's released, this is the hand-winding position, in which you can wind the watch, 20 to 30 times, no more, no less. A simple tug of the crown, will allow for setting of the hour hand, as you can see here. Quickly jumps each hour. And a final tug, will bring you to the hands-setting position, which you can wind, you can set both hands by directionally. One thing I want to mention, is that this does stop the second sub-dial, and allows for precise time setting to an atomic clock, such as your I-phone or an online clock. You can set it to the exact second. Once the crown is nice and snug, back against the case, the second sub-dial will start to move again. And this keeps this watch water resistant, up to 600 meters, or 2,000 feet. One thing I accidentally skipped over, was the bezel. So the bezel is made out of a special material. It's an anthracite bezel. And it has a 60-minute gradation in silver. So you can see 20, 30, 40, 50 and the 60 would be at the top. This is, the bezel is uni-directional, and doesn't move to the right, as you can see, only to the left. And this allows for tracking of elapsed time. So, here we are. Moving on to the strap now. For the strap, it comes in two different straps. The first one being this rubber strap, with this nice orange bordering. As you can see as I go around, very nice. And it's actually thicker towards the lugs, so it has a nice taper and fits very nicely on the wrist. Fits very nicely on the wrist when put on. Otherwise, you can also opt for the steel bracelet, but that comes at a higher price. For the clasp, very simple, just is a simple folding clasp, with two safety buttons located at the top and bottom to release. There we are. We have the Omega name embossed onto the clasp, onto the clasp plate there. For the back of the case, we have a exhibition case back. It also has the Planet Ocean name engraved around the sides of that, that case back. And I believe the water resistance, ah yes, here it is, the water resistance is located here at the bottom on the side here. Once again, that says 600 meters or 2,000 feet. And within this exhibition case back, you can actually see the Omega movement. And it has a nice, machine-finished rhodium-plated Geneva waves on the main plate, the roater, and a bridge. As you can see, that kind of wave pattern. The movement is an in-house movement, it is a Caliber 9300 movement. It's a self-winding chronograph movement with a column wheel mechanism, Co-Axial Escapement, which Omega is known for. It has a silicon balance spring on, free-sprung balance, two barrels mounted in series, automatic winding in both directions, and a power reserve of 60 hours. So you can put this down on a Friday evening, pick it up on a Monday morning, and it'll still be keeping time fine. So let me go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist now. Surprisingly, even though it's bigger than the Deep Sea and the Sea Dweller, as you can see from that thickness, very high off my wrist, it's actually a very comfortable watch. The lugs are a little bit smaller, and like I said, that tapering really, really hugs the wrist very nicely. So here's the watch in the frontal view on my wrist. So if you're interested in purchasing the model, this model or any other model for the lowest possible price, check out our website at That's The lowest prices guaranteed, we offer free shipping and a one-year warranty. If you like the video, check out more on our YouTube channel. Like, comment, and subscribe below. Have a nice day and hope to see you soon.

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