Buy Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m
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Buy Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m
- About Omega
- About Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m
- Date Function
- Case Material
- Case Dimension
- Case Back
- Strap Materials
- Water Resistance
- Additional Questions
In 1848, the 23 year old Louis Brandt established the forerunner of Omega in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland. The headquarters of Omega is today located in Biel/Bienne in Switzerland, and Omega is wholly owned by Swatch Group.
The name Omega is derived from the last letter in the Greek alphabet called Omega (Ω). Since ancient times, Omega (Ω) has been a symbol of mysticism and spirituality.
Omega’s accomplishments are many and impressive
Omega is the nr 1 pioneering brand that has pushed the boundaries of both technology and human history. Omega has travelled to the Moon and to the bottom of the ocean! Omega has travelled farther and deeper than any luxury watch brand!
Omega is famous for its “Moon Watch” – the Omega Speedmaster, and its diverse and excellent divers watch collections – the Omega Seamaster.
Omega is also famous for its highly accurate and reliable movements that are fully comparable to those made by Rolex.
Omega is furthermore famous for using Co-Axial movements, and Omega has been the official timekeeper of James Bond 007 since Pierce Brosnan’s debut as James Bond in GoldenEye (1995). Even as we speak, Omega is still the official timekeeper of the James Bond franchise.
As far as ranking is concerned, Omega belongs to the top 10 luxury wristwatch manufacturers and brands in the world – without question. It’s successful worldwide and Omega is available at several retailers around the world. It’s said that Omega enjoys a 70% global brand recognition.
With a water resistance of 1,200 meters/3,940 feet, the Omega Seamaster Ploprof is the most extreme divers watch that Omega can offer you today.
In 1970, the legendary French naval officer, Commander, oceanographer, scientist, photographer and movie maker Jacques Cousteau requested a divers watch. Omega created the Seamaster 600 – Plongeur Professionnel (PLOPROF). That year, this watch won the record for deep-sea diving – another accomplishment of the Omega brand!
PLOPROF is derived from PLOngeur PROFessionnel. Plongeur Professionnel means Professional Diver in French.
Even though Omega Seamaster Ploprof uses the same 8500 Co-Axial Caliber as Omega Planet Ocean and Omega Aqua Terra, Ploprof isn’t an ideal watch for daily use.
Being an extreme divers watch, of quite massive proportions, built in stainless steel, this watch is primarily meant to be a tool watch or a professional divers watch, and not a watch meant for daily wear, even though there are undoubtedly people that do wear them anyway on a daily basis.
- Omega Co-Axial in-house automatic movement 8500, with 39 jewels, 25,200 vph, and a 60 hour power reserve.
- Helium valve, and basic time functions: hour-, minute-, and second hands.
- 316L stainless steel.
D = Diameter. TH = Thickness:
- D: 55mm x 48mm.
- Solid case back.
- Bidirectional bezel. You need to push down the orange colored peg on the right side of the case, in order to be able to turn the bezel clockwise and counterclockwise.
- Sapphire crystal.
- Stainless steel mesh bracelet.
- Rubber strap.
- Push-button clasp.
- 1,200 meters/3,940 feet.
Omega Seamaster Ploprof is absolutely suitable for diving. This is an extreme divers watch primarily meant to be used as a tool watch.
- What is a Divers Watch?
- What is the ISO-6425 international standard?
- What do the various water resistance levels actually mean?
- What is a “unidirectional bezel”?
- How does the bezel work?
- Authorized and non-authorized dealers – what is the difference between them?
- Return Policy
- What To Do If The Watch Breaks
- Repairing The Watch – What Goes On Behind The Scenes?
- How Frequently Does My Watch Need To Be Serviced And Cleaned?
- How To Use The Three Types Of Watch Movements
- How To Choose a Timepiece