The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue Ceramic GMT may have one of the most descriptive product names out there – it’s a Planet Ocean that is indeed very big and very blue. And, in truth, it is also quite expensive. But here we got a 1:1 rep, let’s see this Big, Blue, Beautiful thing.
The 45.5mm diameter, solid blue blue PVD case has a very imposing stance on the wrists thanks to its lug design. It is lighter than its counterparts and is resistant to scratches at advanced levels, which is enough for the material to stand out. On the other hand, the possibility of getting cracked when exposed to hard impacts can be a nightmare for every watch enthusiast.
The bezel, which is one of the essential features of the diver’s watch. Rubber is preferred for the orange markers of the first 15 minutes on the bezel. I do not like the use of rubber in watch parts except the strap, because the indication of wear over time is very visible.
Through the back, you can see the clone Omega Caliber 8906, which is an automatic co-axial movement. Finishing is nice, with bright striping and large jewels giving it some shine. You’ll also notice on the caseback that the watch is sealed with the patented Naiad locking system that keeps the lettering aligned perfectly. The watch comes on a blue rubber strap with orange stitching and a blue ceramic folding clasp that matches the case.