Brown Dial Omega Speedmaster ‘Tropical’ Vintage Watch Replica Online

Brown Dial Omega Speedmaster ‘Tropical’ Vintage Watch Replica Online

Collectors have been lured to the Brown Dial Omega Speedmaster ‘Tropical’ Vintage Watch Replica Online  by their rarity and the striking beauty of an Omega Speedmaster Professional “tropical brown,” especially when paired with a strap that compliments or matches the dial’s rich hues. For better or worse, speculators have also been lured to the watches due to their rarity and the perception that the defect will only make the watches more desirable in years to come and return a tidy profit for anyone wise enough to buy now and hold.

Omega Speedmaster ‘Tropical’ Brown Dial Vintage Watch

What is not entirely clear is whether this defect was limited to just omega speedmaster tropical replica watch manufacturers or if it extended out further. It could very well be the case that by the time the process was learned by non-Swiss manufacturers, the defect had been discovered and the chemical coating process was redesigned.Though most prominently associated with Omega Speedmaster Professionals, the fading was not limited to just this model nor to just Omega; Rolex watches from this time period have also been known to fade in a similar way.

Thus, “tropical” was used as a descriptor since so many of the Omega Speedmaster “tropical brown” dial watches came from warm regions close to the earth’s zero degree latitude where the sun’s prominence revealed the flaw.The “tropical brown” description is rooted in the fact that much of the fading is brought about by prolonged exposure to sunlight. In Switzerland, which is far from the sunny equator, the fading was less noticeable than in countries nearer to it.

According to Jack Khorsandi, owner of the Los Angeles omega speedmaster replica watch boutique Jackmond, the fading is a defect caused by the process of dial making during the late 1950’s to early 1960’s. To prevent black dials from fading and losing their vibrancy, a chemical coating was applied to dials before they left the factory, but ironically, after five or so years, in rare cases, the opposite of the intended occurred: the chemical coating reacted with the dial and allowed for faster than normal fading.