Omega redesigned its Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Gents’ Collection fueling it with Master Chronometers types, for example Omega developments which have arrived at the most elevated level of precision, execution and attractive resistance as affirmed by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).
The new watches have been reshaped with another even design that looks much more adjusted than previously. Displayed after the decks of extravagance yachts, the teak dial of the Aqua Terra 150M is one of the watch’s most characterizing highlights. For this collection, the lines currently run evenly, instead of vertically, as they have done on past models.
The date window has been moved from 3 to 6 o’clock, much the same as the absolute first Omega watch with a date window which was delivered in 1952.
To have cleaner and simpler dials, Omega has removed the “water-resistance” phrasing and engraved it on the caseback all things being equal. Another tapered crown completes the makeover, propelled by the wave-edge design found on the caseback.
Accessible in treated steel, 18K Sedna gold or a combination of both, the 41 mm can be combined to dark, earthy colored, blue, dim or silvery dials and a different choice of wristbands and ties, including steel, calfskin and organized elastic.
The improved joining between metal arm band and case improves the look as well as gives a superior fit to wearers with thin wrists. On certain models, another elastic tie has been converged into the design of the watch by a tempered steel or Sedna gold connection.
Through the sapphire-precious stone caseback, you can see the Master Chronometer type 8900, 8901 or 8800. Resistant to attractive fields arriving at 15,000 gauss, these developments are outfitted with a free sprung-offset with silicon balance spring and two barrels mounted in arrangement for a force save of 60 hours.
The costs of the new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M models start at around Euro 5,100. omegawatches.com