With the New Year comes a new desire for feeling (and looking) your best and courtesy of OMEGA, you’ll have plenty to show off. Offering watch aficionados exquisite craftmanship and impressive technology embedded into their new timepieces, fans can rejoice at the remarkable new creations.
Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer
We’re no stranger to the OMEGA Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer. Ever since its inception, the timepiece have garnered global popularity and success, and it’s perhaps in part due to its coveted design and attention to detail.
This season, OMEGA has introduced two new shades — each a 41 mm stainless steel watch that come with a choice of either a steel bracelet or matching-coloured leather strap. The enticing new hues — blue and green — are just the latest additions to the collection’s rich palette.
To add more aesthetically-pleasing details, the dials have been sun-brushed and distinguished by a horizontal ‘teak’ pattern — a technique inspired by the wooden decks of luxury sailboats.
Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Stainless Steel
It’s been two years since OMEGA announced the highly anticipated return of its iconic calibre 321. The brand’s Moonwatch in platinum was the first timepiece to house the movement and now, we’ll get to see its legendary status in a new OMEGA 321-powered Speedmaster in steel.
OMEGA’s latest offering features a bezel ring in polished black ceramic, a 39.70 mm case and a tachymeter scale in white enamel.
What makes the timepiece even more unique is that the 321 movement can be admired at all times courtesy of a sapphire crystal caseback, as well as the respectful nods to the past which can be seen throughout the design, such as the vintage OMEGA logos.
Seamaster Aqua Terra
OMEGA’s Aqua Terra Worldtimer timepiece has been well-received over the years and to kickstart the New Year, there’s a new creation that is definitely worth having on your wrist.
Embracing even more impressive technology than previous pieces, the new Seamaster Aqua Terra comes complete with a 43 mm brushed and polished case, blue rubber strap and solid polished links. The Worldtimer is also driven by the Master Chronometer Calibre 8938.
Its outer dial too, is impressive with the AquaTerra’s vertical teak stripes, a new inner ring and a circle of global destinations which includes OMEGA’s hometown of Bienne in Switzerland.
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