2019 The Rolex Sea Dweller vs. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocea

If you want to venture to some of the ocean’s deepest depths, a smart waterproof watch is necessary. Seriously, Omega’s Seamaster Planet Ocean and Rolex’s Sea-Dweller are two of the world’s best dive watches. Even though, the similarities pretty much end there. With different movements and functions, these replica watches have their own advantages and features.
You could say the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is the new kid in the watch field. Actually, it was announced in the early 2000’s and didn’t prevent it from making a name for itself in the watch and diving communities. Outfitted with a water resistance up to a whopping 600 meters (2,000 feet), a helium escape valve and world-class 8500 self-winding movement, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is a highly-functional timepiece for those who are diving in the depths of the ocean for long period. 
The watches also looks very beautiful so that you’re going to want to wear long after your dive. The large 44mm stainless steel case and bracelet keep it sharp while making the daily wear reliable. That black, unidirectional ceramic bezel is wonderful as ever, and adds to the inherently sporty feel of this timepiece.
There’s also the signature orange six, nine and 12 o’clock markers in Arabic numerals which can not only help you tell time easily underwater but also will catch the attention of any onlooker. Lean in and get a closer look at that black face, too. The date is positioned just where you’d expect it at three o’clock and the luminous markers shine but don’t glare under that scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
As far as we all know, the fake Rolex Sea Dweller has a longer history than the Seamaster, the first models introduced to the market back in the 1960’s. From then on, the Sea Dweller has undergone various upgrades and changes all in the name of better deep-diving. In order to compare better, we’ll choose the newer ref. 116600 which was produced from 2014-2017 to the Seamaster.
With the unidirectional rotatable diver’s bezel of ref. 116600, we are realized it is a sportsman’s watch obviously. Although it is not apparent at first glance, which behind the stainless steel waterproof case and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is a modern 3135 automatic movement with that ideal blue parachrom hairspring. But the watch itself pays homage to the early Sea Dwellers, featuring the substantial, but still smaller than the Seamaster, 40mm case. You’ll also notice that while this watch features the date at 3 o’clock, it doesn’t have the signature cyclops lens to magnify it, just like the early models. It’s also equipped with the helium escape valve which is installed for the most extreme depths,we are wondering if this watch can go down some 4,000 feet.
The other new features of the replica watch are the long-lasting luminescent hands and hour markers, the state of the art ceramic Cerachrom bezel and 904L stainless steel Oyster bracelet with Glidelock clasp that can be extended to sit outside the dive suit.
While the Seamaster has a better feel on the wrist, the Sea Dweller has its advantage of depth, with the ability to go twice far. As for in looks, both watches are sporty, the Seamster having a bit more flash with those signature orange markers while the Rolex replica being rather smart.
For these two watches, actually their stainless steel, waterproof cases which make them pretty indestructible and to be perfect watches for daily wear. While the 44-mm Seamaster might be a bit more in your face than the 40-mm Sea Dweller, they both have smart, easy to read faces that feature the date (albeit, both without a cyclops lens). At last, we are sure these two ideal watches won’t let you down weather you are going to dive or for daily wear.