If the standard three-handed perfect fake Omega Seamaster Diver 300M is too straightforward, then these chronograph variants might be just what you need this summer.
This is the same current-generation Swiss fake Omega Seamaster Diver 300M you already know and love – complete with the engraved ceramic wave dial – but outfitted with a high-grade, METAS-certified automatic chronograph movement inside. Even discounting the Master Chronometer designation each of these chronographs receive, the caliber 9900-series movements inside are fully outfitted with all the trappings you might expect out of today’s top-of-the-line automatic chronograph movements. Those include 60 hours of power reserve, a column wheel, and a vertical clutch. And since this is an OMEGA, you’ll also find a Co-Axial escapement ticking inside, visible through the sapphire exhibition caseback.
OMEGA upped the case dimension of the curvy 44 mm copy Omega Seamaster Diver 300M for its flagship diving chronograph. And the wave-like pattern of the dial is now interrupted by twin sub-dials at three and nine o’clock, one for small seconds and the other a stacked register indicating elapsed hours and minutes. The chronograph pushers are topped with ceramic buttons, and the chronograph can even be engaged safely when underwater, still a relatively rare feat in today’s watch market.