Yes, we at Monochrome-Watch plead guilty! We’re recidivists. We’ve tried it before with Rolex watch. We made it happen again with Tudor. Now, it’s here we are at us to express our forecasts for which could (perfectly) function as the watches that Omega will introduce this season at Baselworld. This past year the company taunted us with several videos and dim photos that recommended a brand new Omega Seamaster 300. Fortunately, our forecasts were quite accurate and Omega arrived using the Master Co-Axial edition from the SM300. This season, we’re including within our Omega 2015 Novelties some awesome watches that may be there in 2 days.
The re-problem from the Omega Railmaster
That one is almost too apparent. The very first Omega Railmaster was a part of an accumulation of 3 appropriately-oriented watches released in 1957 – a group which includes the Omega Speedmaster CK2915, the Omega Seamaster 300m CK2913 and also the Omega Railmaster CK2914. The first would be a racing chronograph that grew to become the official racing timekeeper, the 2nd was Omega’s response to the Rolex watch Submariner (having a much greater water-resistance) and also the last on was the response to the Rolex watch Milgauss along with a watch designed for researchers and individuals employed in magnetic fields.
Should you think back in the two previous models of Baselworld, Omega reintroduced a couple of these watches. In 2013, they included the Omega Speedmaster 1957 as well as in 2014, they introduced the Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial. It appears certainly apparent (and perhaps too simple, but whatever) to anticipate a brand new Railmaster from Omega this season, for Baselworld 2015. It’ll simply close the circle and become an all natural finish towards the vintage re-models. Just like the Seamaster 300, we predict the 2015 Omega Railmaster in the future in with a brand new Omega Quality 8400, a chronometer-ranked movement, internally licensed with METAS control and fully anti-magnetic. Not does Omega really push its new antimagnetic technology, but poor the Railmaster, this movement makes lots of sense.
The vintage edition was very near to the Seamaster 300, with similar dial, exactly the same triangular indices, exactly the same broad-arrow hands and (almost) exactly the same shape. The primary difference is, obviously, the possible lack of a rotating bezel along with a lower water proofing. The same is true our conjecture for 2015, having a shape, a dial and hands (except the straight second hands) like the SM300. The bezel would just be changed having a flat polished one. This may be obtainable in stainless having a black dial or perhaps in titanium having a blue dial, both on metallic bracelet or leather strap.
The Omega Seamaster Planet Sea 600m Mission Impossible 007 Spectre edition with NATO Strap
You can easily inform us that Omega already introduced a Mission Impossible 007 watch devoted to another movie, the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m Master Co-Axial Special Edition Mission Impossible 007 Spectre. This really is really a good point.. However, we’re confident this Aqua Terra will not be the timepiece worn by Difficulties in ‘Spectre’, as he’s been spotted lately putting on a Seamaster Planet Sea 600m having a NATO strap. So, we expect that Omega will introduce a brand new Mission Impossible watch this season, in line with the Seamaster Planet Sea 600m and fitted on among the official and quality NATO straps (similar to the Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th anniversary, Omega will definitely use a few of these straps for that limited models).
We expect Omega to equip the relaxation from the collection using the Master Co-Axial actions and thus, this special edition, because the classical edition from the Seamaster Planet Sea 600m, could feature this innovative, precise and antimagnetic engine – here having a date window at 3.