|Model||Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Chronograph Michael Phelps|
|Manufacturer RRP||Sold out|
|Box & Papers||Yes|
|Case||Stainless Steel with glass back|
|Bracelet||Rubber with deployant clasp|
Omega Planet Ocean Michael Phelps
- Fitted with the 9900 co-axial movement viewed through a crystal back
- One of 280 in the world
- Now sold out
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We have just purchased this one owner unworn 2018 Limited Edition Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean “Michael Phelps” is limited to just 280 pieces. A salute to the great aquatic athlete’s 28 Olympic Games medals – 23 of them gold. Though Phelps is famous for racing ahead, the watch’s chronograph function stays right on the beat.
On the reverse side of the watch there is a transferred “Michael Phelps” logo on the sapphire crystal caseback, which reveals the movement in action. And what a movement! The OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 9900 has been tested and approved at the industry’s highest level.
The striking polished white ceramic dial features blued applied indexes and an Arabic numeral 12 in orange. The watch is presented on an integrated blue structured rubber strap with blue-orange rubber lining and orange stitching.
Cased in stainless steel with a blue ceramic [ZrO2] and rubber ring, it features a uni-directional rotating bezel, in polished blue ceramic, with orange rubber for the first 15 minutes. The striking polished white ceramic dial has blued applied indexes and an Arabic numeral 12 in orange.
The screw-in, wave-pattern caseback, engraved with “PLANET OCEAN”, includes a “Michael Phelps” logo etched in chronium. Powering the watch is the Master Chronometer Calibre 9900, which can be seen through the sapphire crystal caseback.
The watch is presented on an integrated blue structured rubber strap with blue-orange rubber lining and orange stitching, and limited to just 280 pieces in recognition of the legendary Olympian’s 28 medals.