In sea and on land, Omega’s Seamaster has always been the complete lifestyle watch. It has not only travelled across continents, but also found a way into the collections of best-dressed people.
So, in 2002, when a new model was created, it seemed only natural to give it a name that represented both the heritage and versatility that the Seamaster was long recognised for.
Today, the Seamaster Aqua Terra has become one of Omega’s quintessential watches. It sports a distinctively timeless feel, as well as a crisp, clean dial that pays homage to styles of the past.
A wide selection of new Aqua Terra models has been produced for 2017. Updated both inside and out, Omega has transformed the design to give each watch a refreshing new look.
In the gent’s collection, some of the popular features have been enhanced. The most notable changes include the teak pattern on the dial, which now runs horizontally, as well as the cleaner aesthetic and symmetrical case.
The ladies’ collection features 30 new models in three different sizes. Most of these models come with a master chronometer upgrade, offering impressive levels of precision and performance.
This year, Omega is also presenting its first Worldtimer for the Seamaster Aqua Terra. The Swiss watchmaker has produced only 87 editions of this truly special 43mm timepiece.
It has the special distinction of being a Master Chronometer too. This means that the timepiece has reached the industry’s standard of precision, performance and magnetic resistance as determined by the Swiss Federal Institute Of Metrology.