This morning at ReplicaMagic3.to we talk about the incredible replica Omega Calibre 9000 series - 9300, 9301, and 9900. If you're looking for a video to help you decide between all the different speed bars, that's the last one. Moonwatch and the different options available in the racing series. That's what this incredible movement is all about. Omega started with the 8500 movements, which some people thought wasn't really in-house. It was the first coaxial cable they used on the Speedmaster and Seamaster watches replica. The reason they argue that it is not a true in-house company is that Omega is owned by the Swatch Group, and so is ETA Sport. Although replica Omega developed the movements and the parts were sourced through Omega's own internal system, some of the assemblies were done in the same building as ETA. As a result, some believe that ETA promoted the movement. As a result, many true purists have fewer ideas about the 8500 on the subject of internal movements.
OMEGA built a separate system next to the other Swatch Group factories (ETA movements), but this is entirely their own space. This is the factory designated by replica Omega. The 9300 series, 9000 series movements are developed and manufactured entirely in-house. It has great credibility, but not only that, it really killed everything else for me when it came out in 2011. I'm a huge fan of the movement. For me, it truly incorporates everything that replica watches technology has had to date. By the way, this is a huge advancement and I would like to show you a comparison. This is the 40 mm Rolex Submariner, which you may be very familiar with in terms of its size. For example, this is seen in the 44mm and 25mm Speedmaster. It's only five quarters of a millimeter larger. I mean, it's almost half a centimeter, but you can see it's much larger than the Submariner watch. And then if you go into the replica watches that they make for the Seamaster that use the same movement, you'll see that they're actually much larger than the Submariner. They are actually the same diameter and thickness as the Sea-Dweller. It's a big watch, not a big wristwatch, but you can see me wearing it here today. This is the steel and rose gold Submariner. Even though I have a smaller than average wrist, I think it looks good for its size. It does come in 44mm and 25mm which is a great size. Don't let that get in the way. Back to the movement, when they introduced it in 2011 it was initially only available on the Seamaster Planet Ocean and Speedmaster models.
As I said, the thing that makes it so amazing, for me, blends everything into the movement that horological technology has - it's the coaxial escapement that fundamentally eliminates friction in the chronograph part of the watch. It extends the service interval by about double. I know you keep hearing that you should have your watch serviced every four to five years. In reality, that's like eight to ten years because that friction doesn't exist. The second thing is that they do resist the mechanical watch problems that people sometimes experience. The most common problem with mechanical watches is that it can get magnetized or dropped and can cause some shock damage. The good news about this movement is that because it uses a silicon balance spring and you will see it marked on the back of the watch SI 14, that balance spring is essentially immune to magnetic fields. It can actually resist magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gauss or 1.5 teslas. It's 50% more resistant than the famous Rolex Milgauss, but even the stuff they really push for this model doesn't have the resistance of 15,000 gausses. It's also more resistant to impact. You're never going to give up on a watch. It does certainly not impact-resistant, but it is more impact-resistant without causing too much damage to the watch. It does have a column-wheel chronograph movement, which is considered to be the top architecture of chronograph movements. Contrary to the countless replica watches seen there that use Valjoux 7750-based movements, it uses a vertical clutch system. It's just silky smooth. By that, I mean that when you press this button, it doesn't wobble when you touch your hands as a Valjoux movement does. You're not even sure if you're choosing the right moment. With it, it's so smooth, you're right on top of it. Perfect reset to zero. It just feels great. If you're familiar with other chronographs, you won't need them anymore once you've tried this one. Another interesting thing about this watch is that it is, of course, a certified astronomical timepiece. In a regular moon watch, as we've talked about in other videos, you can't get a date, you can't get a certified chronometer, and you can't get an automatic movement. That's all.
Function And Design
In terms of functionality, they've designed something really cool on the right side of the timepiece - so the timepiece only has two subdials instead of the regular three. Say, for example, the replica Omega Moonwatch or Speedmaster has fewer, or most Speedmaster racers use all three subdials. They combine the hour and minute counters into one dial at three o'clock here. The interesting benefit is that if you want to start the chronograph at midnight and then read the second time zone there, because it looks like a clock with the hour and minute hands, as you are used to seeing. . In fact, by starting the chronograph at noon or midnight and being on another time zone of the chronograph, you can actually always display the second time zone in it as a second hour clock. The watch also has a hacking feature that stops the second hand of the main watch when you pull out the stem so you can synchronize it. One good thing though is that you can see this on a GMT watch if you travel a lot, but really, this can replace everything for you. Especially if you have the Seamaster version, which combines a dive watch, a chronograph and two-time zone watches replica in one. The way you operate when you travel, the process of pulling the stem out completely will of course stop the second's hand, but if you push it in to control the hour hand, the second's hand is still running. It will not disturb your timekeeping while you jump time zones. By simply turning the crown, you can easily jump the time zone actually one hour at a time. This is also how you can adjust the date in the meantime. There is no separate quick setting for the date. You only need to use the hour hand, but this is very simple. Of course, push it all the way in, push the crown all the way in, and if you haven't worn it in a while and stop, you'll use it to wind it manually. It does have a 60-hour power reserve because it has two barrels. The barrel is the part of the watch where the mainspring is located, and most replica watches only have one mainspring. That's pretty cool. We just got into the heartbreaking brown leather strap. I pulled it out so I could quickly take the strap off and show you the movement. One of the nice things that replica Omega has done with this movement is that they clearly mark everything. You can see it, it's all rhodium-plated. The Côtes de Genève are engraved on the Côtes de Genève, which is called the "arabesque". It is actually a way of bending. It's a beautiful movement, but they put all the labels on it for you. It shows you if you're not a watchmaker, but you're still interested in the mechanics of these things. I think most of us are fascinated by mechanical watches. It has a clearly marked barrel one barrel two. It tells you where all the adjustments are showing you where the column wheel mechanism is. It has all kinds of seals in here.
Now, among many features, when you see where the movement is from 9300 to 9900, it adds to the dial, not just the chronograph, says the Master Chronometer. That said, the chronometer is carried out by the COSC, the Swiss government department that tests the watches replica. They were tested for five days and four nights at three different temperatures and in five different locations. They were accurate at four to six seconds below zero per day. But to make these watches more relevant to what happens in real life, the watch has a 99 series movement, the 9900. the watch has been sent to the COSC to become a chronometer after being sent to another watch. Then there's METAS, another Swiss government department, which does all kinds of tests on scientific instruments, all kinds of things, and you know, they're really keen to take advantage of the accuracy of Swiss-made products. They test all kinds of things. But when it came time to box this watch up, it was already a chronometer. It went to METAS and was tested eight more times. These tests were more like the real life of a wrist watch. They tested its power reserve to see how long the power reserve was. They tested its accuracy at a low power reserve. They lowered it to about 30 percent. Then they tested the chronograph's accuracy and timekeeping at 30 percent power reserve. They tested its magnetic resistance. They even tried to magnetize and demagnetize it with a magnet to see what the results were. It's really a real life test. They do different posts, they do some mpact, they do some underwater. A really nice thing is that when you have one of these watches replica and you get a METAS certificate, you can look up your METAS certificate number online and what the actual results of the test are for the Swiss government when the watch goes into that part of the METAS component. We have described the features on the watch, but of course, one feature that we have not described is the tachymeter scale in which you can test once per hour. The formula for speed is, of course, rate, distance and time. If you know the distance, name the mile marker of something so you know the distance and the watch will give you the time. But this is also just an average unit per hour calculated for you on the baffle. You can do widgets in the factory every hour. You can send the number of replica watches per hour per hour in ReplicaMagic3.to. You can use it for various operations. But these bezels have a ceramic bezel and use replica Omega watches liquid metal technology. You can see, as in this picture, the way the numbers are displayed in the ceramic bezel. The ceramic is very shiny and looks great. It doesn't disappear. It doesn't scratch it. It doesn't change over time. It's beautiful. On these watches, you'll see the markers applied to the dial are 18 carat white gold filled with green glowing Super LumiNova and when they pick up the light in the sun, it's really beautiful. That's why, for me, I can see the beautifully decorated movement. All the technology that we have up to this point is actually much larger than a watch, and for me, a better size than what one would consider the Submariner, the base watch of any watch collection. You can almost see that if I were picking which watch to wear every day, then I think this Speedmaster Racing 44mm and 25mm would win the race every time to get me to pick it up and wear it.