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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Congrats on your super cool piece, you made a good review on it.
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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    I was going for plain and yeah its too dressy, so leaning more towards the PO now, but the AT has flamed my interest too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ybw89 View Post
    I was going for plain and yeah its too dressy, so leaning more towards the PO now, but the AT has flamed my interest too!
    The ATs are a great mix between classy and sporty. And their tall applied indeces are hard to beat.

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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Thank you for the great review!
    As a watch lover with 6.25 inch wrists, it's hard to find a dive watch I like in the right size!
    I've tried 39.5mm PO at an OB and it fit my wrists perfectly, but I noticed that the clasp is a bit too wide compared to the rest of the bracelet. Did you ever notice that with yours, too?

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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by hyjadenlee View Post
    I've tried 39.5mm PO at an OB and it fit my wrists perfectly, but I noticed that the clasp is a bit too wide compared to the rest of the bracelet. Did you ever notice that with yours, too?
    I did not notice that the clasp was too wide, but I also don't wear mine on the bracelet. I find the bracelet a little uncomfortable (too wide and thick), hard to size correctly due to a lack of half-links, and there's no chance to fit it over my drysuit if I want to take the watch diving. Still wearing it on the Isofrane rubber strap, which I'm very happy with.

    Unrelatedly, here's a current photo of the PO in the snow:
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    I had the GS Snowflake and after 4 years of ownership, i found it too big for my 6.5". I tried to like the size of the new Omega AT 41mm but found it too big as well.

    I settle for the PO 39.5mm. It fits perfectly for my small wrist. My suggestion is to sell the GS and get the PO. Or get a dress watch GS like the new ones at 38.5mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by ybw89 View Post
    Tried the 39.5 at the Omega Boutique in Sydney yesterday. Im thinking about selling my GS to fund it. The GS is a 40mm spring drive in midnight blue (im a onewatchguy). Do you guys think its a good change? I love the GS but the PO is spectacular. My wrists are 16cm

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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by danielmewes View Post
    Updating with some current pictures...

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    Very nice writeup, congrats!!


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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by danielmewes View Post
    I did not notice that the clasp was too wide, but I also don't wear mine on the bracelet. I find the bracelet a little uncomfortable (too wide and thick), hard to size correctly due to a lack of half-links, and there's no chance to fit it over my drysuit if I want to take the watch diving. Still wearing it on the Isofrane rubber strap, which I'm very happy with.

    Unrelatedly, here's a current photo of the PO in the snow:
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    The clasp on the newer PO’s should have push button micro adjustments on the inside. Makes it easy to get a great fit

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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    That's great to know! Thank you!

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    Re: Planet Ocean 39.5mm blue dial - my first Omega

    Shame the PO is soo thick and has the helium valve, I just can’t get around that considering how nice the watch looks.


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