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    What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    The PO is my favourite attainable watch on the market, but I have 2 gripes with the [modern version](https://www.omegawatches.com/watch-o...21530402001001).


    1. The thickness
    2. The orange accents


    I tried the 39.5mm model and I think I could live with the thickness, but I wish they had red accents like [this liquid metal model](https://youtu.be/u0ln5wgpWMk) or the SMPCs. Older versions don't have the modern movement or the minute graduations on the bezel.


    Recent models with the ceramic cases are cool and I really like that they exist, but I much prefer the look and feel of steel. I'm pretty certain next year's POs will be based on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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    What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    Quote Originally Posted by thisisnotaboutagirl View Post

    1. The thickness
    2. The orange accents
    I see it as the answer to Rolex's SeaDweller. I like the thickness (but wouldn't have it as my only watch).

    There are more colours than Orange




    Orange has been their go-to color from the beginning. I still think it will be there primary alternate color to black.


    I'm pretty certain next year's POs will be based on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
    Quite possible.

    I think the next will be a variation of the current lineup. Seems to be how it's been in the past.
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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    I think PO LM LE 222.30.42.20.01.001 is the best one they did ever. It's my grail watch I really hope I will be able to get one day. Considering itnhas 2500 caliber I do not think Omega will be able to reissue this one with same thickness having new movements.
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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    On second thought.

    It's unlikely they'll release a new PO around Tokyo 2020. They are pushing PO LEs for the games and it would look silly to release a new PO then. My vote goes for after.

    When did the current lineup get released?

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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    Quote Originally Posted by anonymousmoose View Post
    When did the current lineup get released?
    They were released in 2016.

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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    Their Tokyo Olympic models are already on their website under specialities - blue AT and a white PO.

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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    I'd like to see a GMT that blends in with the rest of the PO collection, yet really is something special. It seems (to me) that Omega just hasn't gotten the PO GMT right yet. This was my favorite so far:

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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    Quote Originally Posted by qa_ii View Post
    I'd like to see a GMT that blends in with the rest of the PO collection, yet really is something special. It seems (to me) that Omega just hasn't gotten the PO GMT right yet. This was my favorite so far:

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    Agreed, this is exactly the one I have. Best GMT in my opinion.

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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    The GMT models are way too thick for 43.5mm diameter imho.


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    Re: What do you think will be the next Planet Ocean models?

    Agree to this too, it's thick enough to not fit under shirt comfortably. Still this thickness is manageable and is fine with me for casual fit.

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