Omega Planet Ocean Orange Mecanique

Finally we have a change of color for the luxurious gentleman watches over the usual black and silver ones. Primarily launched at Baselworld 2005, the Orange Mecanique is a high-carat twist to Omega’s successful Planet Ocean model. For the orange version, the color of the glasses is matched with the figures of the dial and the orange lines of the meters. Orange sapphires and white diamond baguettes are set into the bezel; the white gold dial is overlaid with black mother-of-pearl done in a dark blue shade. The hands are facetted rhodium-plated and are coated with SuperLuminova. The completions of this rhodium movement are luxurious.

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The stainless steel case measures 42mm or 45.5mm sizes with sapphire crystals with anti-reflecting treatment. It is water resistant up to 600 meters/2000 feet. The Orange Mecanique is actuated by the fabulous mechanical movement with automatic Omega caliber 2500 and equipped with the Co-Axial exhaust, an exclusive technology with Omega. The orange version is equipped with an orange rubber bracelet.

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