WatchTime tests the Omega Seamaster Ploprof, a re-edition of a classic divers' watch from 1970 with double the original's water-resistance and a manufacture caliber. Scroll down for the results, along with a gallery of original photos by Nik Scholzel. It was 1970, in the midst of replica watches
an era that delighted in unusual shapes and bright colors, when Omega first released the attention-getting Seamaster Professional 600m, nicknamed the Ploprof. The watch, designed in collaboration with the French rolex replica
industrial diving company Comex, was conceived for professional use: the name "Ploprof" stands for plongeurs professionels, or professional divers. While Omega emphasized its functions, the model perfectly suited the replica omega
styles of the 1970s, with a gigantic and unusually shaped case, a red button to unlock the divers' bezel, a bright orange strap and a minute hand of the same color.