Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 6000M Ultra Deep iN Summer Blue

For those that may not remember, Omega comes out of the gate by recalling that “as part of the Five Deeps Expedition in 2019, the Ultra Deep concept watch made history when it reached the deepest place on Earth.” After that World Record dive, OMEGA followed up by producing a collection for everyday adventurers. A watch that was tested in real ocean conditions during its development, water-resistant up to 6,000 meters (20,000 feet), and able to meet the ISO 6425:2018 standard for saturation divers’ watches, as certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). Now all those qualities have returned with a mesmerizing and uniquely textured dial, for the “Summer Blue” collection.This case measures in at 45.5 mm with a height of 18.1 mm and is made out of the proprietary O-MEGASTEEL, which surpasses 316L steel in hardness by an impressive 40 percent to 50 percent. Omega was forced to develop this new alloy in order to achieve their diving goals because standard steel wouldn’t have been capable of reaching the same depths that titanium could.For some reason it also differs from titanium versions in terms of lug-to-lug measurements, which are a bit shorter at 51.9 mm, while the titanium option measures 56 mm. The case has an overall brushed finish with polished accents. Mounted to the case is a unidirectional rotating steel bezel with a dark black ceramic insert inscribed with a diving scale in light blue enamel.On the flip-side it features the same stamped commemorative Seamaster logo depicting a trident-bearing Poseidon and two seahorses, as all the watches on the “Summer Blue” collection. This was OMEGA’s 1956 original design which the brand has currently reinstated.It comes equipped with a knurled screw-in crown, surrounded by the redesigned crown guards that really manage to improve the protection and enhance its robustness. All topped by a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides. Water-resistance can reach up to an astonishing 6,000 meters (20,000 feet). Time is exhibited on “an extraordinary dial that pays homage to the mysteries of the deep”. Omega stated the dial's unique pattern is “an accurate representation of the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the deepest point in the Mariana Trench, mapped by the Five Deeps team using almost one million sonar points.”In a more conventional sense time is told with applied hour index markers and the Arabic numerals: 3, 6, 9, and 12. The dial also has a lacquered finish which was “produced by letting an ocean of lacquer flow across the dial” to create a beautiful sense of depth. The central arrow-tipped darkened hands and hour index markers have all been fitted with a unique light blue Super-LumiNova coating, for an enhanced legibility. Except for the central minute hand and dotted triangle on the bezel, which both shine in green.This dial even has a playful secret hiding in almost plain sight. By shining a UV light over the dial it reveals the words “OMEGA WAS HERE”, while pointing towards the world record dive of 10,935 meters (35,876 feet) and showing the Western, Central and Eastern Pools.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 6000M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Ultra Deep

The “Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 6000M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Ultra Deep” (Ref#: is powered by the in-house self-winding mechanical movement, caliber 8912 with 39 jewels and 25,200 vph. This is essentially the no-date version of the caliber 8900 and comes equipped with two barrels mounted in series, plus a co-axial escapement and silicon balance spring. Power reserve can last up to 60 hours, when fully wound.Mounted on the watch is an integrated O-MEGASTEEL bracelet, secured by a patented deployment clasp with extra diver extension.For more up to date information visit the official Omega website here.

MSRP: $13,000.00 USD

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