This year, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Ladies’ collection features 30 new models in three different sizes. Omega has given the timepieces several design twists and, for most models, a Master Chronometer upgrade that offers impressive levels of precision and performance.
The clean, crisp dials feature mother-of-pearl and 14 different colours, and the symmetrical cases have been redesigned to achieve a seamless integration with the feminine-styled bracelet, in either 38mm or 34mm sizes. The new case design offers a beautifully balanced look and selected models also include a diamond-paved bezel. Pieces are driven by the Master Chronometer calibre 8800/8801, certified at the industry’s highest standard for precision, performance and magnetic resistance, and models include the limited-edition Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer.
Ever since its foundation in 1848, Omega has distinguished itself with exquisite and ingenious watchmaking. This year, the Swiss brand is proud to present the Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer, its first world timer and another stunning example of craftsmanship at its finest. The true beauty of this timepiece can be found in the dial. The exterior section is sandblasted platinum-gold and it features 18-carat yellow gold indexes as well as hands that are coated in Super-LumiNova. There is a printed circle of global destinations, with red for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), black for +1 hour in summer and blue indicating places without daylight savings. For a special touch, these destinations include the Swiss city of Bienne, where Omega has its headquarters, at GMT+1.
As well as being exceedingly complex in design, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer has the added distinction of being a Master Chronometer. This means that the watch and its calibre 8939 have reached the industry’s highest standard of precision, performance and magnetic resistance as determined by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).
Only 87 editions of this watch have been produced, available to buy now.
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