Omega is one of the more recognizable watch brands on the globe, skyrocketing its brand awareness with the appearance of its Seamaster line in the Pierce Brosnan Bond films. Today, the Swiss watchmaker presents the latest release from its famed series – the Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT powered by Omega’s Co-Axial Caliber 8605/8615, available only with a 43mm steel case in 18k red gold, stainless steel or a gold/steel combo. The GMT feature means that not only does the face provide hands for the central hour, minute and second, but there is also a hand with a diamond polished red arrow that completes one rotation every 24 hours, making it possible to keep track of time in two time zones. Additionally, the GMT hand can be used as a compass, locating north only for users in the northern hemisphere. Further details include your choice of a band in the same metal as the watch case or with a black, brown or blue leather strap, a small date window, and a face with vertical lines reminiscent to the wooden decks of luxury boats. Unfortunately, little is known about the release date or price, but the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT will surely arrive at various watch outlets in the very near future.