|Condition: (What's This?)||New/Unworn|
|Model Name/Number:||Seamaster Planet Ocean 18.104.22.168.04.001|
|Movement:||Omega 9900 self-winding Chronometer movement w/ date, screw-down crown, scratch-resistant domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal, water-resistant up to 2,000ft (600m), co-axial escapement valve, anti-magnetic up to 15,000 gauss, 60 hour power reserve|
|Case:||Stainless steel (45.5mm) w/ unidirectional rotatable bezel w/ transparent caseback|
|Dial:||White w/ luminous hands and hour markers w/ orange 12 o'clock marker w/ date window at 6 o'clock and two white sub dials|
|Bracelet:||Omega blue rubber strap w/ orange trim and orange stitching w/ deployant clasp|
|Box & Papers:||Omega box and warranty card|
|Comments:||This Omega Seamaster comes w/ Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty|
By Paul Altieri
The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean was developed in 2016 to commemorate Olympian Michael Phelps' record-breaking 23rd gold medal win. This collector's item offers an impressive design via a striking orange and blue color scheme, a robust case measuring 45.5mm in diameter and 19.1mm thick, and a rubber strap with a faux woven imprint and a twin-trigger deployant clasp. While the case offers a substantial presence on the wrist, the addition of tapered lugs and a bracelet that drops sharply away from the case itself creates a sleek, effortless hold. The Seamaster Planet Ocean offers incredible waterproofness via a case that is capable of traveling as far as 2,000 feet below the surface of the sea as well as a unidirectional time-lapse bezel in ceramic and rubber and a helium escape valve for proper decompression during deep saturation dives. A white ceramic dial is topped with chronograph sub counters, fat blue hands, and hand-set luminous hour markers.
*All Pre-Owned Omega watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified authentic. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.