Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replica also loves one of my favorite watches, so it's a win-win. It resurfaces every few years with a new "re-edition". Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replica has released the Mare Nostrum so many times that I have stopped counting. We love these periodic re-boots. It's not only a contender for the title of "Coolest Chronograph Ever", but it is also described, without any hype, by the brand as "the most mysterious and rarest Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replica model".
The reason for this is simple: the original was never produced and it was originally believed that only a technical drawing existed. The company only discovered the original in 2010,Replica Watches and to their surprise it was much larger than the "pre-Richemont", mid-1990s reissue 42mm. The first Mare Nostrum, which was 10mm bigger, led to the PAM300, a 99-piece limited edition, which sold out almost instantly. A 52mm girth didn't stop buyers.
It's definitely one of the more interesting watch stories. Richemont Group, then Vendome, acquired the brand, which was only known to Rolex collectors and military watch enthusiasts who were familiar with the story.
Geographically, Mare Nostrum had a greater impact than either the Dirty Dozen (UK-centric) or the IWC Mark 11 (franck muller replica watches). Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replicas were also produced in smaller numbers, but only for the Italian Navy. Some were supplied to Nazis during WWII and even less to Egyptian and Israeli navies, as well as rumoured other naval forces.
Dino Zei, Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replica's boss in 1993 decided to revive the company as a watchmaker. The relaunch was based upon faithfully reimagined Luminors. To the delight of those who knew, Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Replica produced a limited number of the almost mythical Mare Nostrum based on the original drawings.