Swiss Luxury UK Fake OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Co-Axial Master Chronometer

The final two replica watches in today’s round-up all come from the Planet Ocean family. They’re watches you’ve likely seen before, but each deserves a closer look, and each for a specific reason.

First up, a white-dial, orange-bezel Planet Ocean that is OMEGA’s way of reflecting on its recent dive-watch history. If you’ve followed OMEGA throughout the 21st century, you’ll likely know that the waterproof fake Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is the most recent dive-watch development from the brand. Born only in 2005, the Planet Ocean is a hard-core dive watch, but splits the difference between the Seamaster Diver 300M and Ploprof’s depth ratings, with a more-than-solid 600 meters of water resistance. Since it was first added to the catalog, the Planet Ocean has been associated with the color orange, and this 2019 edition highlights the color with a bright orange ceramic bezel that contrasts with the clean polished ceramic white dial. It’s a killer look, and a fitting one for such a serious sport watch.

Rounding out the group is a smaller diameter Planet Ocean, measuring 39.5mm, with a blue ceramic dial and bezel, and then the large-and-in-charge steel bracelet replica Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph, forum-famous for its substantial thickness. Opt for the 39.5mm Planet Ocean if you like the PO looks but prefer watches in the sub-40mm range, or go for the PO Chronograph if you want the biggest, boldest chronograph on the beach this summer. It’s hard to go wrong, whatever you decide is right for you.

Danny Milton: The UK 36mm Replica Rolex Explorer In Rolesor, Ref. 124273

What else am I going to pick here? Rolex took the standard-bearer of exploration and gave it the two-tone treatment (in 36mm!). Arguably the most talked-about watch of this release cycle, the two-tone gold and steel bracelet replica Rolex Explorer is about as shocking a Rolex drop as they come.

After digesting its existence, I found myself returning to press images of it. There are just so many elements I can’t stop looking at. Most notable is the yellow gold contrasting against the black dial. Really, it’s the yellow-gold surrounds on the markers and numerals that solidify this cheap fake Rolex Explorer ref.124273. I realize that my constant defense of two-tone is approaching self-parody, but I gotta be me!

Despite the well-documented hate, this is a decidedly interesting release from Rolex that should age well (but who can predict such things). Considering I seem to be alone here on Two-Tone aaa quality copy Rolex Explorer Island, I vote we name it the “Danny Milton.” Anyone want to second the motion on the floor?