While many will probably notice the new case diameter (somewhat new, at least, this diameter was used with their GMT watches in the past), there are so many other changes as well including new colors, a new ceramic/rubber bezel, and (most importantly) the new 8900 movement. The new strap, well there isn't really much to talk about with that except to note that it's there. The new bezel has rubber on the first 15 minutes and Liquidmetal for the markings. The dial hasn't changed much at all, but one will notice the new font for the 6, 9, and 12 markers. You will also notice how the minute markers are connected along the outer edge of the dial, whereas they were previously independent of each other. The new movement is the same one used in Omega's Globemaster collection (introduced at Baselworld 2015). Expect to see the watches hit stores July 2016.
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