Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

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    Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Is the seamaster 2254, the new coaxial one, and the PO all have a mix of brushed and polished metal?

    Is it the same as the superocean steelfish, as the steelfish has some polished and some brushed? Is the normal superocean all polished with no brushed?

    Am i correct on this?

    thanks again guys. i just want to see which is more blingy and noticeable than others.

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by rydude07 View Post
    Is the seamaster 2254, the new coaxial one, and the PO all have a mix of brushed and polished metal?

    Is it the same as the superocean steelfish, as the steelfish has some polished and some brushed? Is the normal superocean all polished with no brushed?

    Am i correct on this?

    thanks again guys. i just want to see which is more blingy and noticeable than others.

    Not sure about the PO, but:

    Steelfish: Brushed bracelet. Sides of case, crown, sides of bezel, and inner bezel ring, and rider tabs are polished. Top of case/lugs and top of bezel are brushed.

    Superocean: Fully polished except for the top of the bezel.
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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by rydude07 View Post
    Is the seamaster 2254, the new coaxial one, and the PO all have a mix of brushed and polished metal?

    Is it the same as the superocean steelfish, as the steelfish has some polished and some brushed? Is the normal superocean all polished with no brushed?

    Am i correct on this?

    thanks again guys. i just want to see which is more blingy and noticeable than others.
    RJ hooked you up with the Breitling, here is the info on Omega:

    2254 is not the Co-axial version of the Black Bond watch. I am not sure of the version for the new one, but it is on their site. To answer your question yes it does have a combination of brushed and polished surfaces.

    The PO does have both brushed and polished surfaces. The sides of the bracelet are polished, and the top is brushed. The sides of the watch are brushed (where the crown is), the top of the watch has a polished edge. The bezel edges also look polished. The polished surfaces compliment the shiny arrow hands.

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    So for bling wise...they are pretty much all relatively the same except for the superocean...which is pretty much all polished?

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    I've owned all the watches you mention, and the Superocean would be the blingiest, followed by the 'Fish, then probably the 2254 (due to the polished links in the bracelet), and finally the PO.

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    wow so the steelfish is still more blingy than the Seamasters eh?

    I guess if i want blingy of the omegas...go for the omega 2254 rather than the PO?

    I basically want a watch that stands out and people will be like see the difference between that and just any say fossil watch

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by rydude07 View Post
    wow so the steelfish is still more blingy than the Seamasters eh?

    I guess if i want blingy of the omegas...go for the omega 2254 rather than the PO?

    I basically want a watch that stands out and people will be like see the difference between that and just any say fossil watch
    The steelfish is pretty blingy except for the bracelet.

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by RJRJRJ View Post
    The steelfish is pretty blingy except for the bracelet.
    ditto

    it might even be too blingy if you want a low profile look

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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    basically i do not want a low profile look.

    I like omegas..but i do not know if they will catch the eye vs a breitling.

    I dont want someone to look at my seamaster and think its a fossil something lol

    basically i would like someone to say "wow nice watch, what kind you got?" stuff like that
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    Re: Omega Seamaster and PO and Superocean polished and brushed?

    Quote Originally Posted by rydude07 View Post
    basically i would like someone to say "wow nice watch, what kind you got?" stuff like that
    There are a lot of watches that will do that, but you might not be very proud when you tell them what it is.

    Sounds like you need a Breitling. I see youre looking for the old superocean, but imo, the new one is just so much nicer.

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