In any case, dating back to the late 1960s and early 1970s, the largest Swiss brands invested heavily in the manufacture of their own quartz movements. These sports are by no means mass production and cheap. It usually takes as much effort as the mechanical watch to assemble, and these precise electronic miracles are considered luxury. You may never see a Rolex watch proudly marked “quartz” on the dial. The same is true for Omega – many people think that Omega Replica Watches is a pioneer in the development of quartz movements.
Reading the dial is simple because it is designed to be very simple and not superfluous. The round dial lacks hem and is very practical. Some standards may be almost too much. Still, considering the technology and purpose behind the movement, I am happy that the face looks like a wall clock. This date is six o’clock. Omega Replica wants its logo and name to be printed on the face – now it’s proud of the watch! The large “Ocean Observatory Table” label at the top of the dial is a bit silly, especially after the fact. The title is not required, but it is a fascinating quirk about the design and concept of the overall watch.
My understanding is that Swiss Omega Watches has only released a case style with a steel case with a 14k gold bezel and serial number plate. The case is about 49 mm high and 32.5 mm wide. It is 12 mm thick and feels solemn but not big on the wrist. According to today’s standard retro, the tapered single-chain bracelet and overall design are really good in my opinion. What I find interesting is that the serial number is highlighted on the case. Another design feature is designed to make it feel more like an important instrument than a formal timepiece. This is a serious geek watching it.