The official name of this watch is the perfect super clone Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 38mm Ref. 184.108.40.206.02.001. That is a bit too much of a mouthful for me so I will refer to this watch simply as the cheap replica Omega Aqua Terra 38mm. Note that there is a 2022 release by that name too. These are fitted with colorful dial options and a rounded bracelet.
A proper spec sheet
When I say the luxury super clone Omega Aqua Terra 38mm is good on paper, I am referring to its impressive specs. The Aqua Terra 38mm comes with the very capable caliber 8800. This movement is fitted with a Co-Axial escapement under a full balance bridge. It is resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss. It is also METAS certified, making it a Master Chronometer. The nicely finished caliber is visible through a sapphire case back.
The 38mm case of the best 1:1 replica Omega is fitted with a screw-down crown and a double-AR-coated sapphire crystal. The water resistance rating of 150 meters is plenty for any sort of real-life use and abuse. As you may have come to expect, the characteristic lyre lugs are present here. They connect the case to a solid three-link bracelet with a dual-deployant clasp. The removable links are held in place with substantial screws.
These specs combine to make the UK AAA super clone Omega Aqua Terra 38mm a strong contender in terms of value. It is going head-to-head with some heavy hitters in the market. This is one of the more technically capable choices at this price level, though.
Design of the Omega Aqua Terra 38mm
The UK high quality fake Omega Aqua Terra has a very distinct look all of its own. From a distance, you will certainly not mistake this for anything else. The most characteristic design elements are the lyre lugs, arrow minute hand, and cut-off triangular indices. This super clone watch comes with the equally recognizable teak-deck striping on the dial.
The design is very well done. It is cohesive and functional. The details are well thought-out. The crown, for instance, follows the same inward taper as the indices. The same goes for the date aperture at six. It is all very neat and congruent.
If anything, it is a tad over-designed. Every element has some sort of detail to it — an extra angle, a facet, a cut-off, and so on. Put side by side with a top copy Rolex Oyster Perpetual (or a Datejust, for that matter), the AT looks a bit over-complicated. It gives the watch a kind of nerdy vibe in my eyes, and I say that in the kindest way possible. It is not a classical beauty, but it does somehow work very well. The Swiss movement super clone Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is more “technical-looking”. I guess that’s the right term.