Omega 220.127.116.11.01.001 Review
Jack of all traits is master of none! So true! You have to be the master of something to conquer the whole world around you. If that world is of style and panache then one master can give you a sure win. This is Seamaster! Omega 18.104.22.168.01.001 Men’s Seamaster Black Dial Watch! This watch has combined the best of the “S”- it’s sleek, smart, Swiss, silver and superbly jelled with fine technology.
Swiss Quartz “Movement”
A watch with a quartz movement uses a tiny sliver of the mineral quartz which vibrates at a precise frequency when electricity is passed across it. This device is called a crystal oscillator. Further circuitry inside the watch processes this vibration into a consistent time signal, which is used to keep time. This means that the watch needs a source of electrical power, which is a battery in this case.
A sleek, good-looking watch with water resistance up to 1000 feet (300 meters), the Omega Men’s Seamaster Black Dial Watch is an instant classic. The watch begins with a 41mm stainless steel case and black-toned stainless steel unidirectional bezel. A protected crown graces the right side of the case.
These elements cradle a black dial with prominent luminous hour markers and hands powered by storied Swiss quartz movement. The dial, which is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, also features a date display window at the 3 ‘o clock position. Seconds hand is very thin but catches your attention as the tip is painted red after a dot which is there in between.
The wave pattern on the dial of this Omega watch doesn’t really catch your attention but unknowingly you look at dial with a fresh perspective because of that. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal and helium escape valve ensures that no foreign substance hurt your timepiece.
A helium escape valve provides functionality for divers operating at depths for a period of time or under saturation. Divers usually spend prolonged hours in diving bells under pressure breathing a breathing gas mix that contain the gases helium or hydrogen. Since helium atoms are the smallest natural gas particles found in nature, these gas atoms are able to work their way inside the watch. But when the decompression stops during resurfacing aren’t long enough, a pressure difference builds up between the trapped gas(es) inside the watch case and its environment.
Depending on the construction of the watch case and crystal, this effect can cause damage to the watch, like making the crystal pop off. But you don’t worry! You will own Omega’s Seamaster which has water resistant at 300 meters / 1000 feet.
The stainless steel bracelet sports a stylish five-link construction as it reaches out to the double push-button fold-over clasp. Being stainless steel, this would not let you leave it easily as steel is known for its longevity and strength.
- Name: Omega 22.214.171.124.01.001 Seamaster Men’s watch
- Movement: Swiss quartz
- Band: stainless steel
- Special features: Water resistant and helium escape valve
Luxury can be bought but not the class! The class which comes with this luxury has no cost. It’s absolutely complimentary and can be yours if you catch this ultra luxurious timepiece.