Confronted with your decision of whether or not to buy the Omega Seamaster Chrono Diver or even the standard Omega Seamaster Chronometer, I wound up with these two models. Both are wonderful watches, by having an understated look in comparison to that particular from the Breitlings that i’m accustomed to putting on. The majority of my buddies that begin to see the Omegas think they appear bland and never worth their cash. I only say they’re classic symbols that stands the ages.
I’ve taken several pictures of them together for comparitve reasons. The Seamaster Chrono I have is the Bond version, while the standard model is the Black dial/bezel with sword hands.
I like the more dramatic contrast of the black dialed Seamasters, but the Bond seamasters seem to be more popular. The bracelet on the Bond model is also a bit more busy, and the watch overall has a busier look, partly due to the subdials.
As you can see from the above pic, the Omega Seamaster Chrono (right) is MUCH thicker than the regular one. The bezel is thicker, the back is thicker, and the case is thicker. The feeling on the wrist is quite different between the two.
The Seamaster Chrono, which is the one in the front, has a newer style back with the Omega monster logo in super-size. The standard model has the older style back, and I’m not sure if it is because it is an older model or because they just have not changed the back on those yet. I haven’t seen any of the new style backs on the standard Seamaster 300m yet.
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