17th May 2023 Omega Announces Three New Options To The Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Line Super Clone Watches Wholesale UK (Including Titanium)

Omega Announces Three New Options To The Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Line Super Clone Watches Wholesale UK (Including Titanium)

What We Know

Straight from Bienne, Switzerland, Omega has launched a trio of travel-ready top super clone Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer watches, marking the third major release from the brand this year following the Speedmaster Super Racing with Spirate, and new entrants into the colorful Aqua Terra line.

These new high quality replica Omega Worldtimer watches come in three flavors (two and a half actually): steel with a bracelet; steel with a green rubber strap; and titanium with a strap. And with that, we will look at the titanium variant first because it offers more than just a different metal alone.

The titanium Worldtimer differentiates itself from the pack because of, well, lasers. That’s right – the entire dial with its black and grey aesthetic has been crafted via laser ablation alone, with no other added elements other than the word London, which itself has a hand-applied red varnish. It features a brushed black ceramic bezel meant to play off of the matte dial texture and blackened hands to match that bezel. The lume on the hands glows in blue SuperLuminova. The black rubber strap affixed to the 43mm case features a decorative link in titanium and a titanium clasp.

Moving to the greener side of things, we find both a bracelet and a strap option. From a distance, these are visually quite similar to the black and grey titanium luxury Omega super clone watches. You have a brushed green ceramic bezel that plays against the green dial. But the dial here is different, with curved vertical lines reminiscent of the cylindrical globe and is done in a sun-brushed PVD finish. The hands and markers on these variants are crafted from Omega’s own 18k Moonshine gold.

One element both travel perfect Omega fake watches share is the globe at the center of it all. Omega has created a miniaturized model of the Earth as viewed from above the North Pole. According to the brand, this was effectuated by “laser-ablating continents and colors on a grade 5 titanium surface.” Adding to the intricacy is an element our own eyes cannot perceive – a domed design to mimic the curvature of the Earth. Around this map circles a 24-hour indicator beneath hesalite glass, split into night and day.

Inside the AAA UK super clone Omega watches beats the METAS-certified Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8938, visible through an exhibition caseback. The steel model retails for $10,200 on strap and $10,400 on bracelet, while the titanium model retails for $11,800.

What We Think

The first thought that crossed my mind when seeing these pieces was, “I didn’t see this coming.” I think we are all pre-conditioned to expect massive releases from Swiss movements Omega copy watches every year. Some new crazy updates to the Moonwatch, another Seamaster diver, and so on. But 2023 has proven to be the year the brand has chosen to focus on mechanical innovation, incremental design tweaks, and material upgrades.

The new cheap super clone Omega Seamaster Worldtimer watches certainly fall into the latter two categories. This is a general design code we know from Omega but the shift to a matte ceramic bezel styling and the utilization of titanium adds a level of maturity to the collection. Sure, these are going to wear large at 43mm – but a watch with a literal globe on the dial needs to be big to make it useable and legible.

While I really like the overall looks of the green variants, I lean toward the black and grey titanium model for one major reason: the dial. I just love the simplistic matte grey dial. It allows the Earth motif at the center to get more shine as opposed to the laser engraving on the green. That being said, I wish best Omega replica watches would have given us a full titanium bracelet option because the steel bracelet looks quite good on the green models.

As someone who travels quite a bit, I would be interested in giving this new Worldtimer a spin around the globe. We’re hoping to go hands-on with these models soon.

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