Expanding its roster of travel watches, OMEGA has just revealed three new references for its Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Collection. Prices range from $10,200 USD – $11,800 USD, the new releases comprise a titanium option, and two stainless steel versions. All new watches arrive in a 42mm case size and are outfitted with OMEGA’s distinctive Worldtimer displays, along with scratch-resistant ceramic bezels.
Gracing the center of the dial is a vision of Earth with laser-ablating continents, crafted from grade 5 titanium. Split into night and day sections, a 24-hour indication encircles the map, while two outer rings are emblazoned with various city names. Blackened hands and indices are filled with Super-LumiNova to complement the general color scheme of the titanium option. Meanwhile, the two stainless steel editions incorporate 18k Moonshine™ Gold for its world times- hands and indices, complete with green-colored dials and bezels.
Powering the timepieces are OMEGA’s in-house Co-Axial 8938 calibre, a METAS-certified Master Chronometer, and self-winding movement. It’s also geared with resistance for up to 15,000 gausses, 15 ATM water resistance, and 60 hours of power reserve.
Explore the aforementioned models in more detail over at OMEGA, where those who are interested can also inquire about the pieces’ availabilities.
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