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New: Luxury Fake Omega Seamaster Diver 300M – countdown to Tokyo Olympics

The Tokyo Olympics might be delayed to 2021, but nothing stops Omega replica from celebrating the countdown to the games with a new best quality copy Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Tokyo 2020. Here are the details.

Omega has been releasing the Tokyo Olympics themed watches since late 2018. A quick search on the clone Omega website revealed that there were 29 references dedicated to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, ranging from pocket watches to the Aqua Terra, Seamaster and Speedmaster series. Here is our review of the Speedmaster Tokyo Olympics.

The blue ceramic bezel copy  OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Tokyo 2020 delivers a unique colour scheme inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem, along with the very best in watchmaking technology.
The 42 mm case is crafted in stainless steel and is mounted with a blue ceramic bezel ring, which is filled with a white enamel diving scale. Stainless steel is also used for the polished-brushed bracelet that is seamlessly integrated with the case.
To complement the blue, there is a polished white ceramic dial with extra depth provided by the laser-engraved waves. Features include a date window at 6 o’clock and the famous Seamaster name highlighted in red. Blued hands and indexes complete the dial design and are filled with white Super-LumiNova.
The sapphire crystal caseback of the Omega copy for men marks this special moment in time thanks to its transferred Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem, while on the inside, you’ll see the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8800 – which has been officially certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). A standard of performance that any gold medal athlete would be proud of.
Those who choose this unique timepiece will receive it inside a special Olympic Games presentation box, along with a Master Chronometer card and a full 5-year warranty.

Confessions Of A Collector – I’m Waiting For My Snoopy

I was waiting for my new perfect fake Omega Speedmaster “Silver Snoopy Award” 50th Anniversary to arrive. The day it was announced, October 5th, 2020, I immediately called my retailer and put my name on the list.

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While NASA and Snoopy’s story first started in the 1960s, when Charles M. Schulz began to draw the loveable beagle’s adventures on the Moon. These comics featuring Snoopy’s outer space exploits captivated America and forever established Snoopy as a symbol of adventure and exploration. Following this success, NASA selected Snoopy as the mascot of its safety program. He became the agency’s safety watchdog, ensuring mission success.

Later on, NASA introduced the Silver Snoopy Award, with the beloved beagle in a spacesuit and sporting a dapper flying scarf. Since 1968, the Silver Snoopy Award has been presented by astronauts to NASA employees or private contractors in recognition for their significant contributions to human space flight safety or mission success. And on October 5th, 1970, the Silver Snoopy Award was presented to Omega.

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Growing up in Switzerland, my fascination with Snoopy began when I was around 7, while I was on my weekly excursions with my best friend and her parents to McDonald’s. Like any young lady of that age, my choice would always be a Happy Meal. The thought of having a fun meal AND get a toy was quite the event back then. And inside one of my Happy Meals was a pretty big Snoopy figurine in three parts that I had to put together.

The figurine showed Snoopy in different situations, and one of them was, of course, Astronaut Snoopy. I loved it so much that I made it my mission to collect as many as possible. And truth be told, I believe the figurines are still somewhere at my parent’s house. Later on, I discovered Peanuts, and my fascination only grew with time. You could even go as far as attributing my passion for space to Snoopy.

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When I developed my interest in watches, I immediately fell in love with the Swiss made replica Omega Moon watch. I mean, is there anything cooler than an accessory that went to the Moon? Since then, I have always wanted to add a Speedmaster to my collection. Of course, I knew and loved the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Apollo 13 “Silver Snoopy Award” from 2015, but I was not ready to pay the secondary market premiums. And after parting with my birth year Speedmaster, I made it my mission to find an Omega that would fill the void my birthyear Speedmaster left.

Your Speedmaster Stories — TJ’s Swiss Luxury Fake Omega Speedmaster 3590.50

We are approaching the end of a very awkward year, to say the least. No (Speedy Tuesday) events, no traveling, and no proper GTGs could be organized. Instead, we’ve been hosting a series of Speedmaster Stories from our readers and Speedmaster enthusiasts. This week, we feature TJ’s story about his black dial fake Omega Speedmaster ref.3590.50.

In his story, TJ talks about his youth and his first encounter with a Speedmaster. Only years later, he actually purchased his own best quality replica Omega Speedmaster Professional. It is interesting to read how he deals with the fact that the watch has received some replacement parts over the years during the mandatory services and repairs. Sure, it has a negative effect on the resale value of the watch, but if you’re going to wear or keep it anyway, it better is in 100% technical condition than it would have been otherwise.
My Speedmaster 3590.50
TJ: As a boy, I cared about watches more than most of my peers. Growing up in Cupertino, California in the ’70s, just down the road from Apple Computer, technology was omnipresent in my life, and so the first watch I chose for myself was a digital Casio. It wasn’t stylish or cool, but it had the promise of technology. When I started caring about fashion things changed.

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I don’t recall where I saw it for the first time but when I was 15 I decided that the Gruen Curvex was the most beautiful Swiss movement Omega replica watch I’d ever seen. In 1982 my mother took me up to a jewelry store in San Francisco and bought one for me for my 16th birthday. I wore that watch with a lot of pride, feeling like the suavest kid in my high school. It didn’t even matter it had a quartz movement. When my mother’s little dachshund ate the strap, I replaced it with an alligator version that I bought at the Polo Store.
The Curvex remained in my dresser drawer as my college years were spent tending bar and earning a Private Pilot rating. More often than not, my left wrist was adorned with a black plastic Casio of some sort. I didn’t pay much attention to watches over those years. As a pilot, all I knew about were watches with altimeters in them. It was serious aviator gear for sure, but not really cool.

Then during spring break one year, my best friend came home from UC Santa Barbara with a watch that made an impact on me in a way that no other watch had before. I said, “that watch is SO beautiful, what is it!?” “It’s a steel bracelet copy Omega Speedmaster,” he replied, nonchalantly. Uneducated as I was, I did not see the individual characteristics of the watch, its design, form, and function, but the sum of all of those components did make a strong impression. To me, it was elegant and purposeful, and perfect.

Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: Waterproof US Sale Omega Seamaster Bullhead Replica Watch Online

Wrist Game or Crying Shame returns with a look at the perfect fake Omega Seamaster Bullhead, a kooky chronograph from one of our favorite brands. But first…Last week, we went double pusher with the Oris Chronoris 2005 Replica Edition. This rather lovely symmetrical chrono walked away with a startling 80% Wrist Game win. This week, we keep things extremely uniform with the Omega Seamaster Bullhead. Now, it was apparently one Winston Churchill who stated that, “if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull.” On that note, let’s see just see how brilliant this Bullhead is!

It was way back in the feel-good year of 2013 that we first caught wind of the Omega Seamaster Bullhead. Omega launched the watch at a Baselworld that was brimming with confidence. Who knew that a pandemic wouldn’t end up as the show’s hangman less than a decade later. Nope, chums, its chronic illness would be hubris alongside 2000s WiFi and exorbitant pricing. But I do digress and while picking on the show is fun, we’re here to talk about one of the more interesting chronographs in the last ten years.

You’d have to travel all the way back to 1969 when the first Omega Bullhead (reference 146.011) was released. It was a wild 42mm chronograph featuring a hand wound caliber 930 movement. The watch obtained its nickname due to placement of the crown at 12:00 and a pusher on either side. If you’re a Texas fan, one look would arouse a yell of, “hook ’em horns!” It’s a neat old watch. These watches were made for driving, but I wouldn’t use a bullhead in a bulldozer. No, silly, I’d sport it in a sports car. With your left arm on the wheel, you have a perfectly upright view of your fine Omega chronograph. Unfortunately, these old ones are tough to find and they usually hover around the €10,000 mark.

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But if riding or rocking a Bullhead is your sort of rodeo and vintage isn’t your thing, the 2013 models just might be for you. Omega came out with three different Bullhead models at the time. The watches came in at 43mm and use the Co-Axial automatic chronometer reference 3113. It has a date at 3pm like the original and a crown at 6 o’clock for a rotating internal 12 or 24 hour bezel. The watches were all steel, good down to 150m, and quality replica Omega gave buyers the choice of a black dial, silver dial, or today’s white dial with vintage soccer timer style bezel. I believe each was made in a series of 669 numbered pieces and they were pretty darn pricey at €8,290. Later, a classy white and blue model emerged for the Rio Olympics. Of note, these bovines had some real bouef on the hoof with over 14mm of thickness at the tooter and more than 15mm at the rooter.

Now, I think that the Seamaster Bullhead is one attractive, tough, and commanding watch, but it sadly ended up more like the character Ferdinand. What I mean is that more often than not it ended up sniffing the flowers within the display case versus heading into the ring. Blame high prices, a fairly awkward case design, and —hmm — let’s say high prices again for lackluster sales. It also exemplifies why the Bullhead simply isn’t the layout of choice for a chronograph. I own a vintage Seiko version and I really like it, but it is weird and I wear it exactly never.

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Odd, but cool

Still, check out this best fake Seamaster Bullhead and tell me it’s not worth trying? It’s a later Omega and that means that the finishing is tops. It’s also not your everyday premium chronograph. Sure, it’s sporty, but I think it’s pretty classy. And hell, if you’re traveling these days you’re probably piloting a car, so it’s even useful. But perhaps the best thing about these newer Omega models is that they’re available at a fair discount versus the original retail price. They’re certainly not cheap, but they seem to have bottomed out in the €6k plus range.

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