The Seamaster, first introduced in 1957, is a veteran in Omega’s watch lineup, but even six decades later, it’s still going strong. Last week, the brand released an updated version of the blue dial fake Omega Seamaster 300, and it doubles down on the dive watch‘s mid-century aesthetic while refreshing the watch with modern internals. If you want classic style without the hassle of digging around for a pristine vintage timepiece, it’s a great pick.
“The luxury copy Omega Seamaster 300 stands as one of Omega’s most iconic timepieces,” says Men’s Journal Fashion Editor Kevin Breen. “Its classy appearance and vintage vibe make it the perfect watch for summer.” Since its introduction, the Seamaster grew to be a favorite among divers (and anyone working on or near the water) for its robust-yet-stylish construction, and the latest version stays true to that winning formula—with some notable tweaks.
Like the original, it’s made from stainless steel and offered in both black and blue colorways, but the 41mm case now has a slimmer profile thanks to a new domed sapphire glass over the dial. The bezels are also slightly thinner and made from anodized aluminum for increased hardness. The result: an Omega fake watch that’s even more wearable and durable, while still showcasing the vintage charm that made the original such an icon. Another key style highlight is the sandwich dial, in which a darker blue or black layer with cutouts for numbers and indices is sandwiched over a lighter base layer. The base layer is treated with Super Lumi-Nova for excellent visibility, and the cutouts add a unique 3D detail that really helps this watch stand out. Plus, it’s available with both leather straps and stainless-steel bracelets, so it’ll play nice with just about any outfit you put together.
It’s vintage on the outside, but on the inside, this watch is all modern. Sapphire crystal on the caseback provides a view of the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912, which is a METAS-certified Master Chronometer. That means the cheap Omega copy watch has gone through rigorous testing to ensure reliable timekeeping that doesn’t waver because of magnetic fields, temperature swings, or the movement of your wrist. It’s also self-winding, and it offers a 60-hour power reserve, too. Combine all that with its 300-meter water-resistance rating, and you’ve got a timepiece that’s truly built to last.
Planning a summer by the water? The aaa quality fake Omega Seamaster 300 will fit right in.
The America’s Cup is one of the world’s most dangerous boat races requiring sheer talent, experience and advanced technology for a shot at glory. This is fake Omega’s answer to the upcoming race of billionaires. The world’s richest boat race demands the world’s most fearless sailing crews and cutting-edge vessels to match. While those are the fundamental components, teams also have to fight against the fury of Mother Nature and the clock to cross the finish line on top.
The visually-striking timepiece is designed to deliver extraordinary precision under the pressures of racing at sea. This task is accomplished with new appointments such as the Chrono Lock system, Quick Change strap and water grip pushers to make operation at sea as seamless as possible. Designed for the ocean The latest rendition of the formidable Swiss movement Omega Seamaster copy watch model line is crafted from stainless steel and set in a 44mm case complete with a blue ceramic dial and bezel ring featuring a white enamel diving scale. The inclusion of the aforementioned soft-touch rubber pushers enables wearers to have a better handle of the watch’s features during high swells. While ergonomics is the crucial requisite here, Omega have added red and blue finishing on the pushers for a more stylish appeal.
On the blue dial, there is a laser-engraved wave pattern finish, which is beautifully contrasted against a ‘regatta countdown indicator ring’ in red anodised aluminium. This subdial itself carries an additional hour disc and a red anodised aluminium minute counter. On the opposite side, there’s a rhodium-plated small seconds hand inspired by the shape of a boat hull. The central seconds chronograph hand is also finished in red anodised aluminium and comes with the America’s Cup silhouette on the counterweight. A date window at 6 o’clock and sizeable hour markers ensures legibility is paramount at all times. As the name suggests, the timepiece comes with a 300-metre water-resistance rating. The addition of copy Omega’s proprietary Chrono Lock system ensures that the watch’s chronograph functions are immediately accessible whenever they’re needed in a split second. Additional design aesthetic elements include the ‘36th America’s Cup’ and ‘Auckland 2021’ insignia engraved into the caseback, which also shows off Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 9900. Finally, the cheap fake Omega Seamaster Diver 300M America’s Cup Chronograph comes with a metal bracelet and rubber strap. Its Quick Change system means wearers can seamlessly alternate between the bracelet and strap at the push of a button without the use of tools.
The luxury copy watch is presented in an exclusive box, which replicates the colours of the America’s Cup. Specifications Case: 44mm stainless steel Dial: Blue ceramic with wave pattern and two subdials Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph counters Movement: Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 9900 Power reserve: 60 hours Water resistance: 300 metres Strap: Stainless steel bracelet and rubber strap
Let’s take a look back at the state of the 1:1 high-quality fake Omega Speedmaster collection prior to the introduction of the First Omega in Space (also known as FOiS). As surprising as it may be, and while the Speedmaster was already a huge commercial success, with dozens of limited or commemorative editions, until 2012 the most “vintage-inspired” Speedmaster Moonwatch you could get was the 1957 Replica “Broad Arrow” watch, under the reference 3594.50 – a watch that was only an evocation of the first Speedmaster, with a classic asymmetrical “professional” case. Historic references were visible on the steel bezel, the Broad Arrow hands, the Alpha subsidiary hands, and the applied logo. A nice watch for sure, yet without being entirely faithful to the original 1957 model. And still, this watch had been produced only from 1998 to 2003. So, in early 2012, the closest you could get from a historical Speedmaster was the basic model, the Moonwatch Professional 3750.50.
Yet, perfect AAA replica Omega knew that the trend for vintage-inspired watches was growing fast and that the demand for a faithful re-edition of a historical Speedmaster was high. The brand’s answer came at Baselworld 2012, as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1962 Mercury-Alpha 8 mission. Launched under the name Speedmaster “First Omega in Space,” the recipe was an unprecedented model, with a new case, a new dial, and retro styling. A simple recipe for sure, but an effective one.
What truly sets the Speedmaster First Omega in Space apart from the rest of the collection is first and foremost its case. From late 1964 to the day the FOiS was launched, the Speedmaster Moonwatch was only known in its “Professional” version, as Omega adopted the twisted lugs and the asymmetrical architecture of the case, with protected crown and pushers. However, as we’ve seen above, the Swiss made fake CK2998 model was equipped with a different case, the so-called “straight” case with symmetrical architecture. As a re-edition of this specific reference, the FOiS brought back for the first time the early straight lugs design, something that made some noise back in 2012.
The Speedmaster First Omega in Space was quite faithful to the CK2998, reproducing its measurements too. The case measured 39.7mm in diameter, the exact same dimension as used in 1962. In addition to the non-protected crown and pushers, with flat casebands, the brand also reproduced the polished bevel on top of the lugs. The case is finished with a combination of polished and brushed surfaces and, a concession to modernity, is protected by a sapphire crystal – a Hesalite would have definitely been more accurate in this vintage-inspired context…
This sharper, more compact, and more angular design makes for most of the First Omega in Space’s appeal. Distinctive, fairly different from a Professional Speedmaster, faithful to the original Schirra watch, it rather drastically changes the look of the watch. The case retains however its thickness (about 14mm) and, an important thing to mention, despite the smaller diameter, the lug-to-lug dimension is about the same as a 42mm Professional model. However, this FOiS has an undeniable charm and old-school elegance that the Professional doesn’t have.
In order to stay faithful to the CK2998, Omega fitted the FOiS with a black anodized aluminium bezel with a “base 500” tachymeter scale. However, some of the details that seem today important, namely the historical “dot over 90” and “dot diagonal 70”, are not present here and the bezel simply sticks to the layout used in contemporary Moonwatch Professional. This means, in this context, a bezel with “dot beneath 70” but with vintage “tachymètre” inscription. Omega also gave this model historically-inspired pushers and crown.
The other major update concerning the Omega Speedmaster First Omega in Space is its dial. It actually is fairly different from that of a Professional Moonwatch, yet not entirely faithful to the CK2998. Indeed, Omega retained a so-called flat dial, without the usual step found on the periphery of vintage dials. This model however comes with several distinctive features. First, the chronograph track has 3 divisions per second (instead of 5 on the Professional, which is inaccurate). Second, it comes with tall hour markers. Finally, it gets rid of the Professional mention, receives vintage-styled Omega and Speedmaster inscriptions and the Ω logo is a metallic applique, faithful to the original watch.
The other important feature, something that really sets this FOiS apart, is the set of hands. In order to bring back the flair of the CK2998, Omega gave this edition so-called “Alpha” hands, with a polished metal finish. The white, straight and non-luminous central chronograph hand is also faithful to the CK2998. The subsidiary hands are, on the other hand, more of a mystery. Certainly, the combination of a polished Alpha small seconds and white baton hands for the chronograph counters is appealing and has a vintage charm, but it doesn’t refer to any vintage reference. Indeed, CK2998 watches either featured 3 white Alpha subsidiary hands or a classic set of white batons (which was the case for Schirra’s watch). Let’s assume here a deliberate choice from Omega’s designers.
Turning the watch over and you’ll discover an unprecedented caseback. While a CK2998 features a double-step caseback with an engraved seahorse logo, the Speedmaster First Omega in Space was fitted with its own, unique caseback. It has a single step and the center is embossed with a seahorse in relief. The caseback reads “THE FIRST OMEGA IN SPACE” and “OCTOBER 3, 1962” as a reference to Wally Schirra’s flight. The mention “numbered edition” sits next to the unique number of the watch.
Inside the case, no surprises, as Omega equipped the FOiS with its loyal hand-wound chronograph movement, the rhodium-plated calibre 1861 – which is the same movement as found in contemporary Moonwatch Professional watches. This cam-operated chronograph movement features 18 jewels, beats at 21,600 vibrations/hour, and stores up to 48 hours of power reserve.
The Speedmaster First Omega in Space was only available on a leather strap – no steel bracelet option. It was fitted on a 19mm dark brown calfskin strap with off-white stitchings and a steel pin buckle. Being the personal watch of our founder Frank, it is here photographed on a strap of his choice, a grained calfskin strap in cognac with our signature light blue lining, which is available in the Online Store. The watch was delivered in a luxurious wooden box.