From ReplicaMagic3.to: replica Omega Sedna Gold. Omega's patented rose gold. In their constant search for the best material for their watches replica, the replica watch brand has created their own secret formula to produce a metal they can call their own. In the case of Omega, since 2013, they have been producing their own brand of 18-carat rose gold - Omega Sedna Gold. After entering the Constellation collection, red rose gold can now be found in all Omega collections, including the Seamaster and Speedmaster. How does replica Omega Sedna Gold differ from other rose gold? Take a closer look.
Traditionally, rose gold is made from an exquisite mixture of classic gold, silver and copper metals. However, as beautiful as it is, standard 18-carat rose gold tends to lose its slight red hue over time as the copper atoms disappear from the alloy. To solve this problem, Omega used the rare and more precious metal palladium instead of silver. The result is not only a unique rose gold-tone, but also an incredible resistance to tarnishing and fading. Sedna Gold takes its name from an object in space orbiting the Sun at a greater distance than the planet Neptune. Its surface is described as the reddest in the solar system, inspiring the subtle red tones of replica Omega Sedna Gold. Moreover, Sedna Gold is not only refreshing and different, it is also said to be lighter on the wrist. 100% developed in-house, Omega Sedna Gold has actually been patented by Omega's parent company, Swatch Group. They hired their own company's metallurgists and scientists to work together to achieve the goal of creating an 18-carat rose gold alloy. While it is Omega's most commonly used replica watch, it is also Swatch Group's Blancpain (blank-pan) that actually released a Sedna Gold version of its iconic 50th-anniversary collection of Bathathscaphe (ba-thee-scaf) replica watches in 2015.
The New Gold Watch
The Omega Constellation Sedna is the first replica watch made in 18-carat Sedna gold. This is a limited edition replica watch. 18-carat replica Omega Sedna gold is a patented alloy that combines gold, copper, and palladium to ensure that the unique rose gold luster of the case is particularly long-lasting. The replica watch is equipped with Omega's Si14 silicon hairspring and the Omega Co-Axial caliber 8501, which can be seen through the sapphire crystal case back. The replica Omega Constellation Sedna will be issued in a limited edition of 1,952 pieces. Most importantly, from 1999 to 2012, Omega offered the 18-carat gold Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional as part of its permanent collection under the reference number 3195.50 (shown above). However, as of 2012, for the new Speedmaster collection, Omega decided to update the stainless steel model - Hesalite or Sapphire Sandwich - and bring back the precious metal in the permanent model with two deluxe versions of the Moonwatch Professional.
Sedna Gold is undoubtedly Omega's most popular and patented alloy, and the one most commonly used. With the success of replica Omega Sedna Gold, Omega has actually added new proprietary alloys to its stabilizers - Moonshine and Canopus Gold. In 2015, Omega developed its own 18-carat white gold alloy, Canopus. it consists of gold, palladium and small amounts of platinum and rhodium, and has the characteristics of standard 18-carat gold, while also being distinguished by its high brilliance and long life. The alloy is named after the bright star Canopus, which is 71 times larger and 10,000 times brighter than the sun. In 2019, they launched a proprietary 18-carat gold called Moonshine, coinciding with the 50th anniversary or gold anniversary of the birth of Omega Apollo 11. They blended gold, copper, silver and palladium to create a softer, lighter and less yellow color than regular 18-carat gold-just like the soft glow of the moon. With its outstanding durability and refreshing hue, Omega's metallic constellations are the perfect alchemy for beauty and longevity.