The Replica Stunning Omega Seamaster Diver 300M In Ceramic And Titanium

Last year we witnessed a major update to the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M series in Basel. As you may recall, these updates showed us a new version of the ceramic bezel, a ceramic dial engraved with a wave pattern, a redesigned helium escape valve, and an upgrade to the Master Chronometer/METAS-certified Calibre 8800. A stainless steel model, 42mm case, and rubber strap for just $4,750, make the Seamaster Diver 300M one of the world’s most valuable items in modern watchmaking. With a fully tested, highly water-resistant, chronometer-grade, magnetic sports watch with a ceramic bezel, there’s no question that it costs less than $5,000. It’s amazing!
With the arrival of this version, expected sometime in the spring, it will feature a case made from polished and brushed ceramic, and a caseback made of grade 5 titanium. The bezel is also made of grade 5 titanium, and the inner ring is black ceramic. The diving scale on the ring is white enamel, providing the perfect contrast, which translates to great legibility. In fact, there is also a great contrast on the dial, which is also brushed ceramic, although in this case the familiar wave pattern is a laser-engraved positive relief, which hides the date window. The core range of the Seamaster Diver 300M has a 42mm case, while this one is 43.5mm. In addition, this new model comes with a black rubber strap and a black ceramic clasp.
In my opinion, the Seamaster 300 has the best look I’ve seen since the series was released last year. The stainless steel Master Chronometer Seamaster Diver 300M with a rubber strap is currently only $4,750, while the gold and stainless steel versions on the strap are an astonishing $9,700. Right in the middle, this new ceramic and titanium option feels like a good value.
What interests us is that Rolex uses advanced technology, the METAS certified series movement features the Seamaster Diver 300M in ceramic and titanium. Especially since last year’s brand refresh, the Seamaster Diver 300M does tend to fall behind from a technical and watchmaking standpoint, and as a great value for money, although I personally would have preferred a bit more in terms of design. Luckily, this new model raises the bar and I want to get it on my wrist ASAP, how about you?