A glance at any of the current Omega Seamaster diver’s watches should be time enough to determine which stable it belongs to. If BOTH hands have arrowhead pointers – it’s an Omega Planet Ocean. If just the hour hand has the arrowhead it’s the Omega Seamaster 300. But, when the hands are hollow, with a triangular luminous marker on the minute hand and round luminous marker on the hour hand, it’s an Omega Seamaster Diver 300m. However, when it’s an Omega Ploprof … it’s obvious with it’s distinctive helium release valve. More detail below ….
Confused between models?
If you are finding it hard to distinguish between the dif[ferent Omega models – in particular the Omega Seamaster 300, the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m and the Planet Ocean hopefully this will help.
Omega Seamaster 300 hands – hour hand arrow
If you are looking to buy an Omega Seamaster 300 you are interested in – please check the hands look like these above. Just the hour hand with the arrowhead – the minute hand has no arrowhead. We see about 50 – 75% of eBay listings wrongly referring to the Diver 300m as a Seamaster 300.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300m – hollow hands
The Omega Seamaster Diver 300m is far more common than the Seamaster 300. It’s clearly distinguishable from the others with it’s hollow hands. One with triangular luminous tip (minute hand) and the hour hand with a round luminous marker
Omega Planet Ocean hands – two arrowheads
These are the hands of an Omega Planet Ocean. Both hands are solid and both terminate in a luminous arrowhead.
Note > Omega do have some exceptions to these general rules such as limited edition models and such like. This is a just an “at a glance” guide.