Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

Omega launched the Seamaster collection in 1948 to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary, which makes it one of the oldest lines in the current collection, including Constellation, Speedmaster, and De Ville. It was modeled after the Omega Marine, which was the brand’s first water-resistant watch that was released in 1932. The Seamaster collection was originally designed to accompany sailors in their marine adventures, yet later it’s best known for being selected as the James Bond watch(Omega Seamaster 300) since he wore it in all 007 agent James Bond movies such as Golden Eye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), and Die Another Day (2002). In celebration of the 24th James Bond movie—Spectre (2015)—Omega released the special edition Seamaster 300 Spectre which echoes back to the original Bond Seamaster.


In 2013, Omega debuted their first Seamaster Aqua Terra. This classic model is a “tribute to Omega’s rich maritime heritage”. This year, a little updates are added into the watch, including the new Master Chronometer caliber. With a 41.5mm stainless steel case, this model features a blue dial with the Teak Concept pattern. The day and date window are at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock positions respectively. A scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides protects the dial. The water resistance level is 15 bar, which is 150 meters/500 feet. Powered by the Omega Co-Axial caliber 8602 which can be seen from the transparent back, this piece offers 55 hours power reserve.