In 1961, Henri Germain Delauze founded Comex, offering marine diving service for industry of offshore oil and gas. While in 1970, Omega cooperated with Comex to launch a perfect fake watch named “PloProf 600”, which was water resistant to a depth of 600 meters, which was really an amazing depth at that moment.
It was a pity that Comex gave up PloProf 600, choosing the Rolex Sea-Dweller. In 2009, it was upgraded to be a new edition – PloProf 1200. From the name you will know that the white dial copy Omega Seamasterwas water resistant to a depth of 1,200 meters. In appearance, it has continued the design of the original model, recognizable and distinctive. While some people thought it was ugly.
The size of the case of this Omega imitation watch with steel case is surprising too. The thickness is nearly 20 mm. The crown has been set at right side instead of the left side, which looks like Panerai. To the opposite of other conventional watches, the minute hands have been designed to be much bolder than hour hands. In addition, the striking orange makes the timepiece more eye-catching.
Precious metal is a perennial topic in the field of superior watchmaking. Precious metal is valuable, rare and easy to be carved. Meanwhile, the color is not stable which will be faded as time goes. In addition, it is not sturdy and easy to be scratched. The watchmaking industry and jewelry industry are trying to find ways to solve this problem. So the commonly seen 18K gold has been born in the world. Many watch brands begin to invest plenty of energy and funds to manufacture the colored gold which is stable and durable. The perfect fake Omega does well in that.
After several years’ researching, Omega successfully developed the Sedna® gold. The reasonable ratio of cooper successfully modulated the unique and fascinating rose gold tone, which is more elegant and mild than ordinary red gold. While the palladium added could preserve the stability of the color. From the picture of this diamonds paved bezel copy Omega Constellation you will see that it looks redder than commonly seen red gold.
Do you know why it is called Sedna® gold? Because Sedna is one of the brightest and reddest celestial bodies in solar system. Comparing to the steel edition, Sedna gold editions are more high-key, meeting the wearing requirements of more occasions. For example, the black dial imitation watch of Seamaster presents completely different charm and style of other modes with steel cases.