Imagine seeing this Omega replica on someone’s hand let’s say at the office. And you’d be able to take a few good looks at it throughout the day before breaking the conversation and offering a compliment on the watch or simply asking if it’s real, of course if the relationship with that person allows such a bold question lol.
Would you know? Would you be able to tell or would you have to ask and maybe to hold it and look all the way around it to figure it out? Whatever your answers to these questions are let’s check out more details and pics on this Omega Master fake watch photo review and see how you feel about it all at the end of this article.
The design of the Omega Globemaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer is inspired by the one of the Constellation watches. The pie-pan dial is an interesting detail. That means that the dial is not flat, and it’s similar to the bottom of a pie pan. It certainly is a vintage feature. What I really like about this watch is the finishing. It’s mostly brushed, but it also combines with polished elements.
On the side opposite the crown, you can notice that a large portion of brushed steel melts in the polished details. Many have said that it’s similar to a Rolex design, but Omega has used the fluted bezel before, on other watches.
This Omega Speedmaster Silver Snoopy Award watch is powered by Japanese quartz movement. From what I noticed, it keeps a good time. Many replica Omega watches come with this kind of movements. As I see it, it’s always a relief to know that you can leave the watch aside for a day or two without having to worry about the power reserve getting consumed as it happens with many of the automatic/kinetic watches. Also, the seconds hand has a ticking motion, not a sweeping one, but it’s hard to see it because it’s one of the small subdials, If you want to see a sweeping motion, you can simply start the chrono.