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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Chronograph Ceragold
The most impressive of these features is probably the diving scale in 18-karat red gold, which gives the Ceragold technology of the watch’s name something to do while you’re swimming underneath up to 2000 feet of water. The whole thing is intricately driven by Omega’s Co-Axial calibre 9301, which you can see in action through the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Chronograph Ceragold’s transparent case back.
If you know anything at all about watches, you probably already have the impression that the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Chronograph Ceragold is not going to come cheap. But if you’ve got the $22,500 to spare on one of the most respected brands in timepieces (and you’re planning on doing a lot of underwater exploring this summer), you can head to the Omega website here for more information including where to buy one.