In 2013, Omega Replica Watches completely complemented the Seamaster Aqua Terra collection with the new Omega Aqua Terra chronograph GMT. The semi-formal sports watch in this Omega Aqua Terra collection has a new movement and a sturdy look. I don’t know that the Omega Aqua Terra collection is so popular, until the aBlogtoWatch audience started a few months before the 2013 Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show to ask if Omega will insert their new in-house Calibre 9300 automatic chronograph. Omega Aqua Terra model. Omega De Ville won the sport last year (click here to view).
In essence, the 9605 is a version of the 9300, with a small dial with a GMT pointer. Although, this really perfects the design. When Omega Replica released the 9300 calibre in 2011 (first shown and explained here), our idea is to have a unique internal chronograph that is modern in every respect, with a column wheel, silicon in the escapement Parts, and useful. It uses two small dials to make a complete 12-hour chronograph. This puts both hands on the right sub-dial, which measures the hours and minutes of the chronograph.
Designed wisely, the Omega Aqua Terra Chronograph GMT is almost what you expect from Swiss Omega Watches. When released in a few months, some versions will be available, including gold and steel bracelets. At the high end, there is a sturdy 18k red gold model, as well as a two-tone version with a steel case and 18k red gold bezel, crown and button. Most people may choose all polished steel models. The case is water resistant to 150 meters and of course a sapphire crystal. The dial structure is unique because Omega uses a plate on the face that provides a small, concave surface while adding depth and texture. The dial is dark grey and light white, and overall the surface is very clear.