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    Show your colours in time for the PyeongChang Olympics, with a bold new mode from Omega.

    A4 PO PyeongChang 45.5mm 

    The Winter Olympics might not have the glam of the summer Olympics (especially when they’re held in steamy Rio), but there’s every bit the precision, competition, and spirit when the mercury dropped. Omega are already waving the flag for next year’s Winter Olympics, to be held in South Korea, with the release of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean PyeongChang 2018 Limited Edition, a striking and slightly controversial timepiece that captures the watchmaker’s rich Olympic heritage, which dates from 1932.

    Limited to – you guessed it, 2,018 pieces – this unique commemorative watch is bold and unashamedly modern with its red and blue stripes, taken from the colours of the South Korean flag. Following the release of the Seamaster Aqua Terra “Pyeongchang 2018” Limited Edition in 2016, the new Seamaster Planet edition features a blue ceramic dial graced with SuperLuminova-filled hands (which glow blue as well), a uni-directional dive bezel in polished blue ceramic, and an Omega Liquidmetal diving scale.

    Housed within the 43.5mm stainless steel case is Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8900 movement, which comes with a certification from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (METAS). A sapphire crystal back is engraved with the Olympics logo, and hidden away within the presentation box is an extra steel bracelet, just in case those bold hues, which have had mixed responses from watch aficionados, isn’t your thing. US$6,395; https://www.omegawatches.com/watches/specialities/olympic-collection/pyeongchang-2018/product/

     

    Nick Walton
    Nick Walton

    A regular traveller, photographer and adventurer, Nick Walton is managing editor of Men with Style Asia, as well as a series of leading travel and lifestyle titles, based in Hong Kong

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