Omega's new Seamaster Planet Ocean Dark Grey Titanium GMT watch is a feast for the eyes, with its all-titanium construction, ceramic case and bezel, and dark grey sand-blasted dial. It's also a serious piece of engineering, with a titanium movement that's been certified as a Master Chronometer.
The watch measures 45.5mm wide and 17.4mm thick, so it's definitely on the larger side. But the lightweight titanium makes it surprisingly comfortable to wear.
The dial is easy to read, with bold hands and markers that are coated with Super-LumiNova for low-light visibility. The GMT function is displayed on a subdial at 9 o'clock, and the date window is at 3 o'clock.
The watch is powered by the Omega Caliber 8906 Ti, a self-winding movement that offers a 60-hour power reserve. It's also resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss.
The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Dark Grey Titanium GMT watch comes on a rubber strap with a woven design. It's secured by a grade 5 titanium buckle.
Overall, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Dark Grey Titanium GMT watch is a stunning and well-engineered watch. It's priced at $22,200, which is a bit steep, but it's definitely a unique and exclusive timepiece.
Here is a summary of the key features of the watch:
- All-titanium construction, including the movement
- Ceramic case and bezel
- Dark grey sand-blasted dial
- GMT function
- Date window
- Omega Caliber 8906 Ti movement
- 60-hour power reserve
- Resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss
- Rubber strap with grade 5 titanium buckle
- Price: $22,200