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The Best Omega Watches Cost Under $10,000

Omega is one of the most respected and iconic luxury watch brands on the market. The brand’s extensive catalogue includes watches linked to the 007 James Bond franchise and even some that have been to the Moon. Despite their high reputation, their timepieces are still relatively easy to buy and appeal to collectors and people on different budgets. This guide will analyze some of the best omega replica watches under $10,000 and what makes them worth buying.
Many people are familiar with the Speedmaster Professional because it was the first watch on the Moon. It’s a title that’s hard to beat, which is why Speedmaster is a coveted item in retail and on the second-hand market for all kinds of second-hand Omega watches. If you are looking for an updated model while also respecting the original design, the Speedmaster went to the moon, 311.30.42.30.01.005 might appeal to you.
This version runs the Caliber 1861 hand wound movement, which is a direct descendant of the version that went to the moon. It also features a similar black dial with glowing markings on the top and hands and a similar elongated bezel. Unlike many modern Omega watches, this one features a Hercelite crystal rather than a sapphire, which definitely adds a retro look and feel while offering all the benefits of a modern watch. Although the case and bracelet are presented in all-steel, the ref. 311.30.42.30.01.005 is anything but ordinary, with its beautiful bevel, satin finish and highly polished trim.
If you’re looking for an antique Omega watch, you might like the Speedmaster Professional Mark II ref. 145.014. Experienced and novice collectors alike will be pleased with the value and history of the watch, which began in 1969, right on the heels of the original Moonwatch’s fame. Unlike its more well-known cousin, the Speedmaster features a tachometer ring on the bottom of the flat crystal and an intriguing tonneu-shaped case.
Compared to the classic monthly watch, the MKII is more affordable and attractive in terms of unique design and price. There are also a number of dials to choose from, including the sportier “racing” dial along with a version that more closely mirrors the classic Moonwatch dial. Some attribute the proliferation of cushion-shaped boxes in the 1970s to the professional version of speedpost. If this retro design aesthetic appeals to you, the vintage Speedmaster MKII ref. 145.014 might be the perfect watch for your wrist.
Another intriguing version of the Omega Speedmaster Professional is a unique take on the iconic Moonwatch. Ref. 311.92.44.51.01.003 — aka “Dark Side of the Moon” — is named for its striking all-black feature set, which includes a black ceramic case, a matching black ceramic dial, and a polished black ceramic bezel. Luminous markers and a contrasting speedometer scale provide clarity while referencing the aesthetics of the steel’s original Speedmaster Moonwatch.
Instead of the original manual wind drive, the new self-winding Co-Axial Caliber 9300 has a 60-hour power reserve. A special engraving on the back of the case reads “the dark side of the moon,” which helps further differentiate it from other omega Speedmaster watches.
With its teak-inspired dial and water resistance of 150 metres, the Seamaster Aqua Terra is every bit the seafaring timepiece. However, as its “Aqua Terra” name suggests, it is also suitable for use on land, making it a very popular choice for anyone who wants a multi-functional luxury watch. The collection comes in two shades, stainless steel, rose gold and yellow gold.
Depending on the specific reference, the Omega Aqua Terra watch can be found with metal bracelets, rubber bands, leather bands, or nylon NATO straps. The leather stainless steel ref. 231.10.42.21.01.003 is easily available on the secondary market and represents an excellent all-around watch that can be worn on both formal and casual attire. It exudes a degree of sophistication and timeless style that many collectors seek, earning a place in our Omega watch buying guide.
Although Aqua Terra was developed for land and sea, the Seamaster Planet Ocean is a watch designed for professional divers, with a depth of 600 metres, a helium escape valve and a unidirectional rotating chronograph ring. Ref. 2218.50.00 is the timetable version of the Omega Planet Ocean. The bezel, dial and push hand of the timetable all have amazing orange tones, which gives it a more sporty aesthetic and makes it stand out from other more traditional best replica watches on the market.
This Omega Planet Ocean series is modern, functional, and unquestionably bold. If you want to make a powerful statement without sacrificing any functionality, you can not go wrong with the Planet Ocean chronograph. Despite its complex motion and increased water resistance, the Planet Ocean chronograph maintains an affordable price point on the secondary market and represents one of the best value propositions in the entire Omega catalog.