On the Omega Marine, they just posted a video of it on their ig page….so there may be something coming !I am picky, and I get these points won't be popular but here it goes:
1. Less variations, more thought given to design of a smaller set of variations.
2. Test their new materials on the railmaster line so they don't put something like a ceramic case on an anniversary speedmaster. I see the railmaster akin to IWC ingenieur in intent so they can keep that as a testbed.
3. Remake the first commercial dive watch, the omega marine. Or, use the big number style on seamaster PO chronographs at least to make a modern sports watch. Can call it PO marine or something.
4. Remake the petite seconde first seamaster
5. I don't feel like the bracelet on the wave dial seamaster fits with the aesthetic of the watch, I'd like to see it redesigned. I also don't like the skeletonized hands on the seamaster wave dial, since it's not exposing information under the hands. I'd rather solid lume plots.
Lol I don’t need a 49mm.i do not mind the case diameter of current offerings, but i do wish omega made thinner watches, even if that means losing the display caseback.
Also, for OP's sake, a aquaterra or railmaster update, close to the railmaster XxL that Jeremy Clarkson is shown to wear (49 mm or something like that I remember), will be interesting.
probably the lugs and thickness, imho, for many omega cases. noticed that many omegas look a bit stumpy, esp. considering the size. thickness does make a watch wear bigger, but in some angles, it just looked smaller than expected, for some reason.Lol I don’t need a 49mm.
A 43-44 AT or SMP would be perfect.
Or maybe, a 42mm but with a case design that doesn’t make the watch look smaller. I do believe that Omega case design make most of their watches wear smaller.
Absolutely.I've also got a large wrist size and have the Speedy 3861 Moonwatch and the white dial Seamaster Professional 300. I can see what you mean by wanting a larger wrist presence but I think they both work fine on my large wrist. Although the Speedy moonwatch is a classic and I love the dial of the SMP300, if I had a do over I would maybe go with the largeer Speedmaster Racing two counter and the Planet Ocean. Who knows I may try on of those two someday.
I see what you mean though - Omega should take a page from Breitling and offer different sizes on their more popular models (i.e. the Superocean and Superocean Heritage).