I can only imagine the joy that must have been felt in Omega's design department when it was announced that Tokyo would be hosting the 2020 Olympic Games. Not only has Japan had an incredible influence on design, but their flag *a simple red sun in a white field lends itself to some interesting watchmaking interpretations.* Case in point is one of the first limited editions offered up by the Official Timekeeper, a Planet Ocean clad in white dial, bezel and strap (there's a chic grey NATO in the mix too), with a varnished red dot at the end of the seconds hand (a Rising Lollipop, perhaps?), and a red '20' on the bezel, for the 2020 Games, obviously.*Olympic association aside, it's a clean and good-looking take on a modern dive classic.* All else is as you'd expect: 39.5mm case, steel case and Master Chronometer Calibre 8800 movement. And as for the limited edition quantity? Do you even have to ask 2020.*

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