Omega Seamaster TwinFly Chronograph Watch Review

Having mentioned this before, I will reiterate that the has been a watch that I've appreciated for a long time. For years the design and concept behind the Seamaster has kept me thinking "damn, that is a really nice watch... I seriously want one" That specific emotional connection isn't easy to reach, and only a handful of watch collections out there keep my interest for so long. For that reason I was more than happy to spend some quality time with this special timepiece that isn't only a Seamaster , but also a watch that contains a brand new and totally unique in-house movement made by omega seamaster replica uk at their Le Locle manufacture in Switzerland. Aside from the higher-end happenings over at cartier pasha replica Villeret, this is the second in-house movement family the brand has offered for their higher-volume pieces. The first in-house Omega movement (the calibre R200 family) is used for the brand's now iconic Omega Speedmaster watch collection that I reviewed here. In that review I not only discussed the Nicolas Rieussec watch, but also showed you views of the Le Locle manufacture itself where many of the movements are produced.The second in-house movement from Omega is the calibre MB LL100 automatic chronograph. It is a very clever multi-featured movement with a lot to love for both style and gadget fans. Omega chose the Seamaster collection to house the LL100 and the result is this beautiful new Seamaster TwinFly Chronograph. For this review I have the limited edition version which is made in titanium with a DLC (diamond like carbon) coating. It is sporty and light with a very durable finish. Available as a limited edition of just 300 pieces, there is also the standard Seamaster TwinFly Chronograph for 2011 that is in steel and available on a bracelet or strap. In my opinion this titanium DLC model shows off the TwinFly look and feel perfectly. The case and dial tone match together seamlessly offering a design that I've not seen before in the Seamaster collection. One of the things you need to know about the star logo is that it actually is a top to bottom view of a snow capped mountain. Which mountain? You guessed it, Omega. And what a perfect name being "white mountain" for having a snowy peak. The logo shows up again on the rotor of the movement and in the lug and buckle screws.