Omega Replica Watches is the long-term official timer for the Olympic Games, and it has released another limited edition watch to commemorate the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. This special vintage redwork is called Omega Sochi Petrograd Limited Edition, which is unique and comparable to the existing Art Deco Omega watch of 1915. The first limited edition Sochi Olympic watch is the Planet Ocean watch. Omega has always provided more than one limited edition watch for each new Olympic Games. Interestingly, Omega Sochi Petrograd (except for its history) is a more unique timepiece, not just a special brand version currently produced by Omega, but a renaissance of the old limited edition (based on classics).
We have actually seen the historical model of the Omega Sochi Petrograd limited edition watch based on the Omega Replica Museum in Switzerland. In the typical 1910s and 1920s, the style of the barrel style was developed in the era when watchmakers tried to surpass the round watch. In this era, watches are new, and consumers are unique in that in addition to the round watches they are used to, there are small pocket watches on watches, as well as barrels (barrels) or squares (and rectangles). Watch. This is a great experimental period, and one of the main reasons for having a rectangular or barrel table is to provide a more reasonable way to connect the strap. Early watches had a relatively clumsy lug system. As you can see, this watch features a hinged lug system that is undoubtedly better on a flatter rounded surface.
The Omega Sochi Petrograd limited edition watch will feature an 18K yellow gold case with a burgundy strap (for retro themes). The dimensions are 32 mm wide, 47 mm high and 13 mm thick. The dial is the best part, not only the red you often see on the Cheap Omega Replica Watches limited edition Olympic watches, but also the colors of the Russian flag. It is hard not to enjoy the Arabic numerals as an indicator of the Art Deco era. The Omega 2202 automatic coaxial movement is used inside the watch. This is basically an improved ETA 2895 (small second hand) with a coaxial escapement. As a good accidental watch, Omega will produce 100 limited edition Omega Sochi Petrograd Olympics 2014 watches. The price is $18,600.