Omega announces a massive amount of new watches, and usually only a handful take the spotlight each year. Last year it was the Trilogy Collection and this year the new Seamaster 300M seemed to get all the love. However, Omega usually has a few sleeper hits up their sleeves, and for 2018, one of my favorite Omega releases is the latest addition to its CK2998 family, the Omega Speedmaster CK2998 Pulsometer Copy watch.
The Speedmaster is a watch that needs no introduction in the watch world. It’s an iconic design that has stood the test of time and is instantly recognizable. The new Omega Speedmaster CK2998 Fake Pulsometer is fitted with a steel case, measuring in at 39.7mm in diameter with a lug spacing of 19mm, suggesting that it will wear quite nicely on most wrist sizes, but difficult to find alternative strap options due to the 19mm lug spacing.
Covering the dial is a sapphire crystal, and surrounding it is a black ceramic bezel displaying a pulsometer scale. To hold the watch on your wrist, the CK2998 comes on a perforated black leather strap, with white rubber interior. Beating along inside this watch is the Omega Calibre 1861, a manually wound chronograph movement found inside the current Fake Omega Watches Ebay model.
The Calibre 1861 features a power reserve of 48 hours, a frequency of 21,600bph, and has more than proven its reliability over the years. As far as aesthetics, this limited edition closely resembles the blue CK2998 that we saw Omega Replica Watches Swiss Movement release back in 2016, with a different colorway and a pulsometer scale in place of the tachymeter scale. This latest edition features a white dial with black sub-dials and outer track, with a contrasting red chronograph hand, and red “Speedmaster” text.
All in all, I really dig this Best Omega Replica Watches Review. Some might loathe seeing yet another Speedmaster limited edition, but this one just does it for me. The panda dial is executed very well, and the red accents give the watch a nice sporty feel. On top of that, I’m always a big fan of brands using a scale other than the tachymeter for their chronograph bezels.