The Omega Planet Ocean replica watch is well-known as one of the greatest dive watches of all time, so that there are many new version of replica update. So now here’s a 1:1 best version from JH factory, watch the video to see how awesome it is.
Right off the bat, the 42mm stainless steel case makes it clear that the Planet Ocean replica is all business. Well, mostly business. It’s heavy and its thickness clocks in at 16mm, which is about 15% thicker than its predecessor, the 2500. This translates to significant heft on the wrist and certain difficulty getting this piece under a shirt cuff. With a few links removed from the bracelet, it’s about 185 grams. Such tremendous wrist presence is either going to be a good or a bad thing for you depending on what you’re looking for in a diver.
The shape of the crystal and its AR coating are an advantage, untreated crystal, as the transparency of the lens really brings the dial more to life. Considering that the fake Omega’s Planet Ocean carries more glint, a domed and treated crystal is optimal for showing off all the lovely details on the dial.
Behind the sapphire display back is Omega’s caliber 8500, a Japanese Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement with Decorated Rotor & Bridges/Plates to look like Genuine Omega Calibre 8500.
The PO replica comes on a steel bracelet. The stainless steel bracelet reviewed here is worthy of celebration once you achieve the proper fit, but some wrists out there are going to have to work a little harder than others to reach maximum comfort. Why? The Planet Ocean comes with only one half-link (although it’s more like a two-thirds link) and the clasp doesn’t feature any micro-adjustments. The right fit matters for the 8500 because it’s a heavy watch that can feel like a ball-and-chain strapped to your wrist if it’s too loose or a handcuff if it’s too tight.