VIDEO: The Planet Ocean ‘Big Blue’ is “one of the most interesting” in Omega’s new collection, says CEOAndrew McUtchen
According to the CEO of Omega, Raynald Aeschlimann, the Planet Ocean ‘Big Blue’ Co-Axial Master Chronometer is “one of the most interesting” watches to be launched by Omega at Baselworld 2017. It represents, he says, a “continuation of Omega’s technological advances, a full ceramic blue Seamaster Planet Ocean, which is coming as a very nice surprise, following the Deep Black and following the whole evolution in ceramic that Omega has been doing for three years.”
We should warn you though, this is more of a dip than a deep dive as we’re scheduled to meet the wider Omega school of 2017, including this blue ceramic diver, later today. It will be interesting to shoot this blue ceramic model under normal lighting conditions to compare and contrast with the brand video here and previous Swatch Group blue ceramic models, most notably the Blancpain Ocean Commitment Fifty Fathoms models.