|Case Size||41.5 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||150|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||4 Years|
|Stock Status||Buy Now|
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
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In order to pay homage to Omega’s rich maritime heritage, the brand launched a new line of timepieces under the Aqua Terra range to attract watch aficionados from across the globe. The time tools under this series are known to be a fusion of classic design and modern innovation.
The Aqua Terra range was launched under the Seamaster collection. The Aqua Terra 150 m 22.214.171.124.03.003, like its predecessors is also characterised by its dynamic dial with the teakwood concept pattern to call the mind of the wooden decks of luxury sailboats.
Crafted completely out of Stainless steel, this watch can easily keep up with the most rigorous and active lifestyle. Being completely at home in water and land, the model is a highly covetable timepiece amongst people fond of travelling and discovering. The striking blue dial is contained in a 41.5 mm diameter round case, with matching bracelet. Its colour catches light in ways that make it appear as dynamic as the ocean and provides for a great hue in sunlight. There is a date window at the 3o’clock hour marker, which changes instantaneously at midnight, while the outer rim is adorned with minute markers. This unique dial is protected by a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides to reduce glare and ensure readability even during bright sunlit days.
The heart of the timepiece constitutes the OMEGA 8500 caliber, a self winding co-axial escapement, making this watch a certified chronometer. The movement is known for minimum friction and is resistant to magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss. You can witness the magic of this chronometer through the transparent case back of the timepiece. With water-resistance to a depth of 150 metres, this watch can be worn by you during swimming and snorkelling, without worrying about any damage.
Launched in the year 1948, the Omega Seamaster Collection was inspired by the waterproof watches made toward the end of World War II for the British military. The watches in this collection have acclaimed worldwide fame due to their combination of exceptional stability and awe-inspiring designs. These watches are ideal for serious underwater sports and adventures.
This collection features several amazing series under it. First introduced in 1957, the Seamaster 300 Master Co-axial features the same dark dial, symmetrical case, big numbers and hands, and lighter indexes like its predecessor. The Planet Ocean 600M Collection showcases several watches with stunning designs and exclusive Co-axial movements. The Aqua Terra 150M Gents’ collection is easily recognizable because of its “Teak Concept” pattern on the dials. The Seamaster Aqua Terra Ladies’ Collection was the first to be equipped with the cutting-edge anti-magnetic Omega Master Co-Axial calibres. Available in lacquered black or blue dials, the Diver 300M Collection showcase white skeletonized hour and minute hands. The Ploprof 1200M is equipped with Co-axial caliber 8500 and is water-resistant up to 1200 meters. The winding crown located at the 12 o’clock position, surrounded by the two chronograph pushers at its sides; give the Bullhead collection its unique name.
In the James Bond movies since the release of GoldenEye in 1995, the character has consistently worn an Omega Seamaster. The Omega brand ambassador, Michael Phelps, an Olympic swimmer and multiple times gold medallist, wears the Seamaster Planet Ocean.
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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is rich in look and scratch proof sapphire crystal glass which adds to a steel casing.
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