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    Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    I thought some people might be interested in seeing this beauty once again. If anyone is considering getting a PO Ceramic, I highly recommend it. I am a chronic flipper and I've had mine for almost 4 months and its still performing perfectly, gaining less than a second a day. I love this watch!




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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    What's not to love? Its a terrific watch. I was looking at the LM Blue 8500 yesterday and had to pull myself away before I put my AMX on the counter.
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Dienekes View Post
    What's not to love? Its a terrific watch. I was looking at the LM Blue 8500 yesterday and had to pull myself away before I put my AMX on the counter.
    Frankly, the LM Blue is the only watch I could see myself selling my PO to get. I doubt I'll ever do it though, because the LM 8500 is sooooooooooooo expensive.
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Great shots, thanks for sharing!
    This is a great watch and I think it will be a classic in years to come. A step up for Omega in terms of movement, a change in design and a change in pricing/marketing strategy. This watch represents significant changes at Omega and I for one, agree with at least the first two :D
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by BusyTimmy View Post
    Great shots, thanks for sharing!
    This is a great watch and I think it will be a classic in years to come.
    A classic Omega for sure, but it depends on how the watch ages. The Seamaster, for example, has not aged well and looks very nineties.

    That said, I love my PO!
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by omega1234 View Post
    Frankly, the LM Blue is the only watch I could see myself selling my PO to get. I doubt I'll ever do it though, because the LM 8500 is sooooooooooooo expensive.
    I think the black is nicer. Less in your face and less flashy. More timeless and probably more versatile. Just saying. Enjoy your watch! :D
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Thanks guys! I think the first 8500/9300/8520 Omega's will not be all time classics, because of the thickness which is just too much for some people. Once the movements get slimmed down, Omega has one hell of a lineup. As for me, I like the thickness, so I'm going to build my collection of Omega's before prices reach Rolex level.
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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by omega1234 View Post
    I thought some people might be interested in seeing this beauty once again. If anyone is considering getting a PO Ceramic, I highly recommend it. I am a chronic flipper and I've had mine for almost 4 months and its still performing perfectly, gaining less than a second a day. I love this watch!




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    Beautiful watch. Is that the 42mm?

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    Re: Omega Planet Ocean Ceramic: Some New Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by BusyTimmy View Post
    Great shots, thanks for sharing!
    This is a great watch and I think it will be a classic in years to come. A step up for Omega in terms of movement, a change in design and a change in pricing/marketing strategy. This watch represents significant changes at Omega and I for one, agree with at least the first two :D
    Totally agree. Dare I say it looks better than the SubC. The dial is just gorgeous and an amazing wrist presence. One negative I have to say is the thickness and another is the lack of micro adjustments on the bracelet. That is it. The rest is just perfect. Just a tiny bit slimmer and it would have been a keeper for me. I am contemplating getting it back in 42mm version. I have to say that when you try it on at the AD, the XL version looks better. I heard that you have to try it without comparing to get an idea. After I sold it I was a but upset for a few days. I regretted the sale quite a bit. I believe it was a good decision for me due to the size and thickness but it was a hard one to take. Believe me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmcgbaj View Post
    Totally agree. Dare I say it looks better than the SubC. The dial is just gorgeous and an amazing wrist presence. One negative I have to say is the thickness and another is the lack of micro adjustments on the bracelet. That is it. The rest is just perfect. Just a tiny bit slimmer and it would have been a keeper for me. I am contemplating getting it back in 42mm version. I have to say that when you try it on at the AD, the XL version looks better. I heard that you have to try it without comparing to get an idea. After I sold it I was a but upset for a few days. I regretted the sale quite a bit. I believe it was a good decision for me due to the size and thickness but it was a hard one to take. Believe me.
    Same boat. Bought the big one and regret it. Considering flipping it for the AT8500 mid size.
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