Today we compare the Speedmaster Sedna and the Daytona Everose and tell you why we think the fake Omega Speedmaster with black dial is a better pick.
Speedmaster Sedna versus Daytona Everose
Of course, we know it doesn’t work like this and you will probably (and should) buy whichever you like best. You’re not buying a refrigerator or a laptop, where you want to compare specifications. Luxury replica watches like the gold Daytona and Speedmaster are often purchases made by heart. And that’s the way it should be. Watches should be emotional investments, not financial tools.
That’s perhaps the biggest difference between Rolex and Omega in general, although the Swiss made copy Omega Speedmaster have been keeping their value quite well in recent years. In fact, some models also became a victim of those who like to speculate with watches. The Snoopy Award is a perfect example of that. In any case, we hope you buy your watches because you love them, whether that’s an Omega or a Rolex.
Everose and Sedna gold
I am not a big high quality copy Rolex Daytona fan and believe me, I’ve tried to get on board with it. There’s nothing wrong with the finish of the case, dial, bracelet, etc. The Rolex Daytona, or basically any Rolex, is a top-notch quality watch. I borrowed a Rolex Daytona replica with gold bracelet from more than one colleague on more than one occasion and was even able to buy one a few times for retail (which sounds like pure make-believe these days). But it is simply not for me. I am not a fan of the dial layout and the screw-down pushers annoy me, for instance. But is it a good watch? Yes. And if I had to make a Daytona purchase, the gold ones work best for me. However, I collect Speedmasters and the choice for me is very easy: the Sedna gold Speedmaster.
I love the luxury fake Omega Speedmaster design better than the Daytona, as simple as that. With the new Master Chronometer movement, my favorite hand-wound chronograph just got a bit better as well. In the end, I still like my Speedmaster Apollo XI Moonshine gold version a bit more, due to the many details on the dial (and case back). If there’s one thing that I would have loved to see on the new Speedmaster in Sedna, is a Sedna plating on the movement instead of the rhodium you can see below. Interestingly, the color of Sedna gold is clearly different from Everose — it is much redder.