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Hands-On Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna Gold ReviewRecently, I have done an in-depth review for the Seamaster 300 Spectre, but Omega also sent us this Seamaster 300 Sedna gold watch earlier. Where the Spectre is restricted to 7,007 pieces, this Seamaster 300 Sedna gold model belongs to the regular collection and has all the 'default' features. For reference, the Seamaster 300 Spectre featured a lollipop second-hand, an hour-scale bezel as well as a slightly different logo about the dial just for the occasion on this year's 007 movie.The watch for review today is the Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna gold in titanium ceramic watch , reference 233.62.41.21.03.001. It was the main batch of Seamaster 300 appliances was introduced this season, having a leather strap rather than the titanium or stainless steel (or bi-color) bracelets. Based on the looks, I was quite enthusiastic i really asked Omega should they could ship you to definitely our office and we could have a go along with it. And that's the way went down…Now without further ado, let's take a look at this divers watch.Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna Gold 233.62 omega aqua terra .41.21.03.001Let me begin with mentioning the retail price first. Whereas the full steel retails for 5500 Euro (deduct 100 Euro for the steel version with leather strap), the complete titanium version comes in at 7600 Euro (deduct 600 Euro for the version over a leather strap), this model comes at 9200 Euro as well as the one using the bi-color titanium bracelet at 12.600 Euro.Honestly, I wasn't alert to the big variants price between stainless steel and titanium. The mark-up to the usage of Sedna gold is very big at the same time. However, let's bear in mind that the 18 carat Sedna gold bezel features a Ceragold ring and diving scale watches . The procedure of merging Sedna gold with ceramics isn't a fairly easy one, to ensure that is reflected within the price. The visible difference in price between grade 5 titanium and stainless steel can there be because titanium is quite a bit harder to do business with, especially when polishing is involved. While you are not aware of the truth that the Ceragold process and polishing grade 5 titanium are usually tricky to perform, these prices - when compared to metal references - might come as an enormous surprise. It is under your control, needless to say, if you think maybe all of these features can be worth the mark-up.Does gold belong in a sports watch?What that kept me busy while wearing this two-tone Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna watch is whether or not an item such as this should actually have a gold bezel, crown or gold details by any means. Although the Seamaster 300 is a type of retro watch in accordance with the original Seamaster CK2913, this is a sports watch. Perhaps gold isn't the best material for the sports watch because softness, in contrast it withstands salty seawater greater than a stainless-steel watch. Of course, most of us are deskdivers so it will be hardly relevant whether a diving watch has gold.Omega used their own personal alloy called Sedna gold for that bezel and crown of this Seamaster 300. The bezel incorporates a Ceragold ring (ceramics merged with gold) and diving scale to match the gold elements. So in spite of the usage of gold, the titanium Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna gold is often a tough watch and positively fit for the position.Co-Axial Caliber 8400 MovementThe movement inside this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna will be the in-house developed Co-Axial caliber 8400. Based upon their 8500 caliber, though with special alloys, Omega made certain it can resist around 15,000 gauss. In our recent review around the James Bond model, the Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre, you will find there's bit more explanation within this movement.Essentially below, the caliber 8400 is a "Feast for your Eyes" (as author Kreuzer once said to be a book title on Omega Designs) and i also don't mind a see-through case back whatsoever about this watch. The final is beautiful plus the contrast together with the blued screws. The double bridge together with the balance wheel and Si14 hairspring is perfectly visible. True back has a great deal of specifics of the specifications in the watch, although My business is confident I possibly could do without all of that information. A few of you could want it, though.Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna On The wristYou could point out that the only real novelty about it piece is the fact that it will come over a leather strap now. That's true, speculate we didn't review a Seamaster 300 - apart from the aforementioned Spectre - before, I took the chance to request this specific model and use it for a couple of weeks.The strap is calfskin and has a folding buckle. The folding buckle uses two pushers release a and can be closed that has a soft press around the clasp. The tan brown strap is not to everyone's liking I noticed, but I just like the contrast using the blue and gold for this piece. Also, a strap in general gives this watch - just like the Bond's NATO strap - an excellent vintage look & feel.The watch is 41mm and quite thick, so that it is appear to be a slim watch to tell the truth (to get a sports watch). That has a strap, this really is being emphasized also a somewhat more. Omega does a good job on retro models or re-using old designs, which started (from your the surface of my head) with their 2009 Seamaster 1200M PloProf (we did a comparison article relating to the original Ploprof 600M and new Ploprof 1200 here) apart from some limited editions (or Museum Collection pieces). Omega also did some models such as the Railmaster again in the early 2000s, but to be honest they didn't equivalent to the original CK2914 simply because this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna relates to the first CK2913. Or the Ploprof 1200 towards the Ploprof 600.However, while wearing this piece, I wasn't of the opinion that anyone think it is vintage. This Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna is probably also not the right configuration to help you, kinds, imagine that it's something old. The stainless steel version over a leather strap or NATO can give a slightly different perception though.  In all honesty, plainly want to have that true vintage look & feel, I'd get out there and search for the CK2913 or simply a slightly later Seamaster 300 with date through the 1960s. This can be a modern watch, with Omega's latest innovations. Regardless of the looks based on the original Seamaster 300, you aren't buying a vintage watch.And that's what exactly I enjoy concerning this piece. A modern state-of-art mechanical timepiece that one could wear each and every day without getting afraid of damaging the bezel, crown, crystal or stuff like that. Not very an existing model just isn't good or not fitted to daily wear, but finding spares (original) can be really difficult or at best is very expensive.Like me growing older, I remarked that I am getting warmed up for gold timepieces. I've some vintage small 34/35mm replica watches in gold i sometimes wear with an 18 carat gold 42mm Speedmaster Professional that I find myself wearing a great deal. Not used to I recieve a remark on the idea that I used to be wearing a gold piece, at least not in a very negative way. This Sedna gold bezel and crown are simply small parts in Omega's precious metal, nevertheless the appearance is unquestionably 'gold' enough. Yes, I really could definitely enjoy wearing this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna in this combination, as well as even during the full gold version (just click here) on the leather strap that retails for 6800 Euro.Just like the Spectre model, the dial has been laser-etched for the hour markers thus it is not an sandwich dial as with many Panerais (amongst other brands). The broad arrow hands are also coated with Sedna gold and match nicely while using bezel and crown. Especially at some angles (in the Sun light), both your hands really supply a nice contrast to the dark dial.The gold bezel is quite very easy to grasp and has now no play. I not really know what to put it on for if not going in the water, however it works. Sometimes people utilize it as being a count-down timer, but you still need watch it yourself obviously.The straight lug case design makes this 41mm watch want to is - a slim, but thick watch. The lack of crown guards might have to make use of this at the same time. I personally don't mind lacking crown guards, though, when i have got a desk job (mainly) and there's little risk in showing up in the crown into something. The titanium (grade 5) case causes it to be a fantastic companion around the wrist and although it did not feel terribly light-weight, it's really not as heavy since the all-steel version.As said earlier, the price contrast between this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna gold and the stainless version or titanium version is pretty significant and you've got to make a decision be it more than worth it. I like the gold elements about this watch, at all like me not really a diver or purist with regards to sports replica watches . However, a Seamaster 300 in stainless steel + a Moonwatch are simply a few hundred Euros in excess of their list tariff of this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna gold. Something to consider. However, if your using Sedna gold and Ceragold are very important design elements for you, this will be a great everyday watch for you!Numerous this Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna gold watch is available here. Image Gallery of the Omega Seamaster 300 Sedna