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Omega Planet Ocean

The Planet Ocean is a sub-collection within the Omega Seamaster lineup that is comprised of ultra-capable professional dive watches. Doubling the water resistance of the standard Seamaster Diver, Omega Planet Ocean watches are fitted with helium gas escape valves and can be found in an assortment of materials and with a range of different complications. View full selection of used OMEGA Watches.

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Omega Seamaster Black Dial, Orange Arabic Markers
43.5MM Steel Case, Rubber Strap

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Omega Seamaster Black Dial, Ceramic Planet Ocean
45.5MM Orange Accents, Omega Box

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Omega Seamaster Mens Black Arabic Planet Ocean
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Omega Seamaster Pre-Owned Black Dial Planet Ocean
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Omega Seamaster Blue Dial & Ceramic Diving Scale
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About OMEGA Planet Ocean Watches

Although the Omega Planet Ocean collection is only 15 years old, it has become an essential part of the brand's dive watch catalog. Loosely based on the original Seamaster 300 diver from 1957 but thoroughly modern in execution, the Planet Ocean marries old-school tool watch vibes with cutting-edge advances in watchmaking. Offering a varied assortment of models, the Planet Ocean is available in a range of sizes, materials, colors, and complications. 

History of the 600M

To accompany the already popular Diver 300M collection, The company introduced the model in 2005 as a more robust dive watch with double the water resistance and a beefier style. The watch borrowed some design elements of early 300 models of the 1950s such as the broad-arrow hands, Arabic numerals at 6, 9, and 12, and thicker hour indices accompanied by prominent minute hashes. However, this is not a vintage-inspired watch by any means; the collection proudly asserts its own style with touches like manually-operated helium escape valves, thick cases with sharply beveled surfaces, frequent use of vibrant colors like orange or blue, and most recently, modern watchmaking materials like titanium and ceramic. 

In true Omega fashion, the line grew extensively over the decades with different sizes, movements, materials, colors, and complications. However, the easiest way to look at the collection throughout its short but active history is to divide it into three distinct generations, segmented primarily by the calibers used. 

First Generation (2005 - 2010): Caliber 2500 Co-Axial 

When the brand debuted in 2005, the watch was equipped with the Caliber 2500, which is an ETA-based movement and the first to receive the brand's famed Co-Axial escapement. Invented by George Daniels, the Co-Axial escapement causes significantly less friction than the traditional Swiss lever escapement, thereby offering improved accuracy and less required maintenance. 

At that time, the company offered two case sizes for this model, 42mm or 45.5mm, and all made in stainless steel with a protruding helium escape valve at 10 o'clock. The aluminum bezel inserts came in standard black or vibrant orange - a shade now closely associated with the lineup. The black dials featured applied hour markers with Super-LumiNova inserts for fantastic legibility underwater, along with the characteristic 12, 6 and 9 Arabic numerals (in white or orange) and a date window at 3 o'clock. The front of the watch was furnished with a domed sapphire crystal, while the back had a solid steel caseback emblazoned with the Seamaster's famous Hippocampus symbol. Bracelet options included a stainless steel bracelet, rubber straps, or leather bands.

The next year, the company launched the Chronograph series, equipped with the Piguet-based (now Blancpain) Caliber 3313 Co-Axial movement offering time, date, and chronograph functionality. These versions sported 45.5mm stainless steel cases and again had either black or orange bezels available, along with the choice of steel bracelets, rubber straps, or leather bands. Over the next years, additions were added like the 18k red gold versions and the Chronograph models.

In 2009, the brand revealed a limited edition stainless steel watch with a ceramic bezel filled with Liquidmetal - Omega's proprietary metallic glass alloy (zirconium, titanium, copper, nickel, and beryllium) that is three times harder than steel. This model, often called a transitional reference, laid the groundwork for the next generation of the Omega Planet Ocean. 

Second Generation (2011 – 2015): Caliber 8500 Co-Axial (In-house)

In 2011, Omega revamped the Planet Ocean lineup with new sizes, new bezels, new materials, new dial colors, and most importantly, new movements. Instead of relying on ébauche movements, Omega switched to the in-house Caliber 8520 Co-Axial for the ladies’ editions, Caliber 8500 Co-Axial for the men’s time/date models and the in-house Caliber 9300 Co-Axial for the chronograph versions. 

Case size options for this generation of the Planet Ocean included 37.5mm, 42mm, and 45.5mm, while the PO chronograph retained its 45.5mm diameter. The then-new references all benefited from the ceramic and Liquidmetal bezels and the casebacks were now sapphire crystal for a view of the new in-house movements inside. Omega also added an assortment of material choices over the five-year production run of this generation of the Planet Ocean including stainless steel, red gold, titanium, and platinum. 

Omega released the Planet Ocean GMT in 2013, which featured a new case size for the collection (43.5mm) and the dive bezel was replaced by a 24-hour ceramic bezel. Powering the Planet Ocean GMT was the in-house Caliber 8605 Co-Axial movement. Omega also unveiled a special edition Planet Ocean GMT GoodPlanet to highlight the brand’s work with the GoodPlanet Foundation. 

Third Generation (2016 – Present): Caliber 8900 Co-Axial (In-house and METAS-certified)

Despite its relatively young age, the Omega Planet Ocean collection is now in its third iteration. In 2016, Omega announced a brand new generation, equipped with the company’s new in-house METAS-certified master movements: Caliber 8800 (ladies’), Caliber 8900 (men’s), Caliber 8906 (GMT), and Caliber 9900 (chronograph). 

In addition to the new movements, the latest PO lineup also reorganized its sizing. The ladies’ Planet Ocean has a 39.5mm case, the men’s Planet Ocean has a 43.5mm case, the Planet Ocean GMT has a 43.5mm case, and the Planet Ocean Chronograph has a 45.5mm case. Along with stainless steel, titanium, and gold, there are also now two-tone and full ceramic Omega Planet Ocean models.

The black ceramic Planet Oceans are dubbed “Deep Black” while the blue ceramic Planet Ocean is called “Deep Blue.” This generation of the Planet Ocean retains the ceramic bezel but adds some new colorways like a black and white one for the GMT model and an orange one for the time/date and chronograph editions. Moreover, Omega has also furnished the latest PO references with ceramic dials. 

Omega Planet Ocean Price Information

The price range of the newest generation of the METAS-certified Planet Ocean models starts at around $6,000 for the steel time/date models, around $8,000 for the titanium versions, $10,000 for the ceramic editions, and $20,000 for the gold references. However, the secondary market typically offers discounts off the retail price of the current-production models and even more saving when shopping for pre-owned versions of discontinued Planet Ocean references. 

How Much Does an Omega Planet Ocean Cost?

Below is a sampling of some of the retail prices (MSRP) of the newest versions of the Planet Ocean watches. 

Model Reference  Case Size & Materials Retail Price (MSRP)
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer
39.5mm; Stainless Steel $6,550
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer
39.5mm; Red Gold
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer
43.5mm; Red Gold
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer Chronograph
45.5mm; Steel + Gold
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer Chronograph
45.5mm; Titanium
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer Chronograph
45.5mm; Gold
Planet Ocean 600M Co-Axial GMT “GoodPlanet
43.5mm; Stainless Steel
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer GMT
43.5mm; Stainless Steel
Planet Ocean 600M Master Chronometer GMT “Deep Black”
45.5mm; Black Ceramic

Planet Ocean 600M vs. Seamaster Diver 300M

Given that Omega introduced the Planet Ocean after the Diver 300M, it’s natural to wonder what the differences are between these two Seamaster dive watches. Generally speaking, the Diver 300M leans more towards a dressier luxury sports watch aesthetic, complete with scalloped bezels, skeletonized hands, decorative five-link bracelets, and highly-stylized dials often decorated with wave patterns. On the other hand, the Omega Planet Ocean emphasizes its tool watch design with knurled bezels, simpler lines, three-link bracelets, and thicker case profiles. 

In terms of performance, while both the Seamaster Diver and the Planet Ocean are equipped with helium escape valves for use during saturation diving, the former is rated to 300 meters while the latter can plunge down to 600 meters. Not only do both collections offer ladies’ and men’s versions, plus both models also include time/date models, GMT editions, and chronograph versions too. 

Omega Planet Ocean vs. Rolex Submariner vs. Rolex Sea-Dweller

How does Omega’s Planet Ocean stack up versus Rolex’s Submariner and Sea-Dweller models? Here’s a quick comparison between the newest versions of all three professional dive watches: the stainless steel Omega Planet Ocean ref. (introduced 2016), Rolex Submariner Date ref. 116610LN (introduced 2010) and the Rolex Sea-Dweller ref. 126600 (introduced 2017). 

Model / Reference  Case Size & Materials Movement & Functions HEV Retail Price (MSRP)
Omega Planet Ocean ref.
43.5mm; Stainless Steel Time/Date; Automatic Winding; 60hr Power Reserve; 600m Water Resistance Yes
Rolex Submariner Date ref. 116610LN
40mm; Stainless Steel
Time/Date; Automatic Winding; 48hr Power Reserve; 300m Water Resistance
Rolex Sea-Dweller ref. 126600
43mm; Stainless Steel
Time/Date; Automatic Winding; 70hr Power Reserve; 1,220m Water Resistance

The James Bond Omega Planet Ocean Models 

In the 2006 James Bond movie, Casino Royale, Daniel Craig wears a Planet Ocean ref. 2900.50.91 with a 45.5mm case, black bezel, and black rubber strap. Additionally, Omega also released the limited-edition (5,007 pieces) Planet Ocean “Casino Royale” ref. 2907.50.91, complete with an orange “007” logo on the seconds hand and a “Casino Royale” engraving on the caseback

For the next movie, Quantum of Solace (2008), Bond switches to the Planet Ocean ref. 2201.50.00 with a 42mm case, steel bracelet, and a black bezel. In honor of this film release, Omega introduced the limited-edition Seamaster Planet Ocean “Quantum of Solace” ref. with a branded dial, crystal, and caseback

In Skyfall (2012), James Bond wore a second-generation Planet Ocean powered by Caliber 8500, the ref. with a 42mm case and a black ceramic bezel. That same year, Omega presented the limited edition Seamaster Planet Ocean “Skyfall” ref. for the public with a 42mm stainless steel case housing a black checkered dial furnished with a 007 logo at 7 o’clock and a black varnished “SKYFALL 007" engraving on the movement’s rotor. 

The Olympics Planet Ocean Models 

Omega has partnered with the Olympic Games since 1932 and frequently releases special edition Olympic watches, including Planet Ocean models. 

For the 2014 Sochi Olympics, Omega released two commemorative Planet Ocean watches. The first was the ladies’ Planet Ocean “Sochi 2014” ref. 522. with a 37.5mm steel case, white dial, white ceramic bezel, and white leather strap. The other was the men’s Planet Ocean “Sochi 2014” ref. 522. with a 45.5mm steel case, black dial, black ceramic bezel, and steel bracelet. 

In honor of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, Omega introduced the limited-edition Planet Ocean “Pyeongchang 2018” ref. 522. using the colors of the South Korean flag as inspiration. The 43.5mm steel case, which  houses a blue ceramic dial, is topped with a red and blue ceramic bezel and fitted with a blue and red rubber strap. 

In anticipation of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Omega has already released the ladies’ Planet Ocean “Tokyo 2020” ref. 522. limited-edition model, sporting a 39.5mm stainless steel case fitted with a white ceramic dial and matching bezel, with touches of red to represent the colors of Japan’s flag.

Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time with a total of 28 medals, became an official Omega ambassador in 2004. In 2017, Omega unveiled the Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph “Michael Phelps” ref. in the swimmer’s honor, limited to 280 pieces in reference to his 28 medals. The colorful chronograph features a 45.5mm steel case, a blue ceramic bezel with orange rubber accents, and a white ceramic dial blue blued applied indexes. 

Celebrities Who Wear Omega Planet Ocean Watches

As official brand ambassadors of Omega, George Clooney, Nicole Kidmans, Michael Phelps, Daniel Craig, and Eddie Redmayne are often spotted with a Planet Ocean on their wrists.

However, aside from the official ambassadors, many other celebrities also favor the Omega Planet Ocean as their go-to luxury diver. Tom Hanks, for example, alternates between his Speedmaster and Seamaster Planet Ocean. Tom Hardy has also been spotted with a Planet Ocean on his wrist, as has country singer Keith Urban. Jeremy Clarkson wore his PO on many episodes of Top Gear, Adam Savage wore his on numerous episodes of MythBusters, and Michael Weatherly donned an orange-bezel Omega Planet Ocean wjile playing Anthony DiNozzo on the popular series, NCIS.

Discover the Omega Planet Ocean Collection

In 2005, the Seamaster Plant Ocean was introduced as a variation to the brands classic Seamaster collection.  Keeping in line with the original, the Planet Ocean offers dive watch features that can be beneficial to both amateur and professional divers.  The helium escape valve (HEV) on this model sets it apart from some of the other watches offered.  This function allows divers to explore a great depths.  To browse additional models visit our used OMEGA watches page.

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