Omega 2225.80 Review

Omega 2225.80 reviewOmega watches have been inextricably tied to the culture of Swiss watch making since the forerunner to the Omega brand was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland in 1848. The Omega brand spirit is tied to innovation and pioneering “firsts” – making it natural that an Omega watch was the first watch on the Moon. Omega collections of note include Constellation, Seamaster, Speedmaster, and Deville.

Whatever Omega model you choose, you can be assured it meets the highest standards of craftsmanship. This time it can be Seamaster. Omega 2225.80 Seamaster is more of a masterpiece than a timepiece. Blue dial and bezel are beautifully married with silver toned stainless steel band. Icing on the cake is that it is a chronograph watch which completes it as an extremely expensive looking watch.

Automatic Movement

Longevity is the number one benefit of automatic movement. Most automatic watches are considered to be heirloom pieces. This means they have the potential to last for several lifetimes, not just a couple of decades or more.

Automatics are built with many moving parts and require no electronics to run. Therefore the quality of the parts in the piece can lead to a very long, if not, indefinite timepiece to hand down to generation after generation.

The Dial

The dial is truly an art piece as it has all those little details and designing that can complement your power meeting suits and can give you a cool break with your relaxed clothing.

Royal blue colored bezel has the minute marking and the same is done on the dial base too with luminous round shaped marking.

Three chronograph sub-dials of this Omega men’s watch display 60 seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal, Screw in crown and Solid case back proves that it comes from a big brand like Omega.

As it is from Seamaster range, the dial has a sea pattern with light grey shade over the blue base. Mercedes hour and minute hands bring a class to the whole look of the watch.

Steel Band

Stainless steel watch bracelets are highly durable and wear well in all kinds of weather. However, they are generally heavier than leather or plastic but they look more like bracelets.

The best part is that they can be altered as well if you want to pass it on to your son who might not have as broad wrist as yours. This watch shows a very systematic pattern in chain and comes with a fold over clasp with push button so that you never lose the hold over “time”.

Key Features

  • Name: Omega 2225.80 Seamaster
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Band: Stainless steel
  • Special features: Water resistant and calendar

Full list of awesome features here!

Conclusion

Omega has been a legacy. Currently, Omega is headquartered in Biel/Bienne Switzerland and continues to produce some of the finest luxury timepieces in the world. The Omega brand is committed to modernism and pioneering “firsts” as well. Omega was the company which made the first watch to be worn on the Moon. Such expertise can assure style and durability both which can be seen in this particular watch too.