This green AAA fake Omega Seamaster Professional 300M debuted earlier this year. A flurry of releases also welcomed two Moonshine Gold Speedmasters, the impressive Ultra Deep, a handful of Speedy ’57s, and a pack of colorful Aqua Terras to Omega’s lineup. My first impression of the green SMP was quite a positive one — you can read my first thoughts in the introduction article here. Opening the box sent to us by Swiss replica Omega UK, I couldn’t help but be a little starstruck. There, nestled between two gold Speedmasters and the titanium Ultra Deep, was this lovely green-dialed Seamaster.
OK, so my excitement wasn’t particularly shared by some of my colleagues that day. But that didn’t phase me. I took it home and enjoyed a weekend of mesmerizing glances at the shimmering emerald pool on my wrist. And I know that this is nothing new, especially to those who have already had a chance to wear one of these ceramic luxury fake Omega Seamasters, but there’s something magical about how the material catches the sun. To me, the current Seamaster Professional is the ultimate luxury dive watch available today. Sure, it’s still a capable tool super clone watch, but the way the watch glimmers and shines detracts from that side of its DNA. It doesn’t feel purposeful and tool-ish like the “Schwerty” ref. 2254.50. The experience is a totally different one.
Is green the way to go?
After a couple of days of wearing the perfect fake watch on a few different straps, there were a few things that surprised me. The first was just how big the watch feels. It’s hard to believe that my Speedmaster and this Seamaster share the 42mm sizing. It’s more of an optical illusion than anything else, though, as the watch is incredibly comfortable to wear. That was the second thing that struck me. The top super clone watch sits nice and slim on the wrist, especially for its size. Even on a NATO strap with two layers of nylon separating my wrist from the watch, it still felt balanced. And after having worn the Tudor Black Bay Pro just a few days prior, this was a nice change of pace (that’s right, I just went there).
The shade of green that Swiss movement replica Omega uses for this watch was aptly described as “seaweed green” by someone on Instagram. It plays nicely with the light, shifting from an almost-black tone to a bright Kelly green. However, side-by-side with the blue SMP, it feels slightly less vibrant. That is probably thanks to the lack of red accents, a design choice that I feel suits the watch. You could say it makes it boring, but I’d say it makes it focused and more versatile. One thing to note is that as much as I wanted to like the bracelet, I think this watch shines on rubber. Either the green high quality copy Omega OEM strap or an off-white third-party Tropic-style strap would make for a killer combination. That said, I’d still buy it on the bracelet as it’s always more expensive to get after the fact.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the cheap fake Omega Seamaster Professional 300M. But I must say, I don’t think the color had much to do with it. The watch is simply and objectively brilliant. Is it for me? Is it my ultimate Seamaster? Unfortunately, I think the answer is “no.” Or perhaps even “not yet.” Yes, the watch itself is excellent, but it’s all a matter of individual preference. Ultimately, I find the copy watch for sale just a bit too shiny and luxurious for my taste. And sure, I get it; it’s luxury replica watches. It should look and feel luxurious. But that’s not what I want from a dive watch today. To me, the perfect Seamaster diver is still the Omega ref. 2254.50 replica for sale. Nevertheless, the current-generation SMP is undeniably impressive, and I must say, if I were going to buy one (as a follow-up to the 2254.50), there is a damn good chance it would be the green model.