Over Time, Watching Omega Crawling Of Watches Is Very Interesting

A few days before Christmas 2014, aBlogtoWatch invited a group of Los Angeles watch lovers to visit the Beverly Center Omega watch boutique, then went to Jackmond, a Los Angeles-based store founded by Jack Khorsandi and dedicated to showcase, service, collect, and buy. And sell vintage Cheap Omega Replica Watches timepieces. Then, after some deep observation, whiskey (thanks to Jack) and many people talking, we went to a private dinner nearby.

One of the most interesting things we saw at the Omega boutique was the early showcase of their new “magnetic proofing”. With Master Co-Axial’s debut and more and more diamagnetic movements, Omega Replica Watches realizes that many of its customers are not very clear why magnetic forces have such a large impact on mechanical movements, and even the smallest magnets It can also easily affect the movement of the mechanical watch. Tests have shown that small, everyday magnets can not only block traditional watches, but also permanently (and significantly) change their accuracy. The only solution is to place the watch on the degaussing machine.

Compared to traditional watches with “sensitive” metal parts, Best Omega Replica Watches first installed Aqua Terra > 15,000 Goss watches and later all Master Co-Axial watches, such as the new Seamaster 300, with still secret material parts, no magnetism at all. Traditional anti-magnetic watches protect traditional parts from magnetic forces, while the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre observes side magnetism by ensuring that the most important components in the movement are not magnetic. A good example is the use of silicon – which is not magnetic – but there are other special materials that are not affected by magnetism.

According to Omega, the master coaxial movement has been tested to withstand a magnetic field of approximately 15,000 Gauss. Obviously this is the strength of the MRI machine – so if I understand Fake Omega Watches correctly, you can now safely wear a watch with Master Co-Axial and scan it on the MRI machine… if you really need it if.

Omega also showed off their complete collection of museums… and examples of the original models they were inspired. The Omega Museum is an annual limited edition watch inspired directly by the models in Omega history. I have never seen a series like this, including not only the full range of contemporary Omega Museum models, but also sophisticated vintage analog products. So this is really cool.

In Jackmond, the party became more vivid, because Jack offered some very rich quality whiskies. Jackmond is not a big location, which means that only part of Mr. Khorsandi’s collection is on display. He has more watches in the “banks” safes. So every time I visit with him, I can see something new. Some are for sale…some are just showing off for Jack. This time, one of the amazing things he has is the limited edition Omega Speedmaster Apollo Mission. One of them is located at NASA’s headquarters and is presented to the public. Each watch has a unique mission patch from one of the Apollo missions in the attached seconds hand dial. Super cool, and of course the ultimate Omega or Speedmaster fan. Jack said he attended the auction.

Jackmond has never seen a rare and attractive Omega vintage watch, and even some experienced Omega Replica employees can see what they never knew. For the Los Angeles watch lovers, fortunately they can visit so many places with new watches, as well as retro timepieces like Jackmond – this is a real gem.

aBlogtoWatch is proud to host another fun and fun event in Los Angeles – we thank Omega and its staff for their hospitality and enthusiasm. It also helps Omega to have many great contemporary products as an extension of the great history of its present generation. We are fully committed to ablogtoWatch activities, if you have any suggestions or ideas, please let us know – because these events will ultimately make our distinguished audience feel happy and happy.