Collection SeaMaster
Series Aqua Terra
Features Date
Case Size 42 mm
Case Shape Round
Case Material Steel
Movement Automatic
Strap Material Leather
Dial Colour Silver
Gender Men
Water Resistance (M) 150
Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
Warranty Period 3 years
Omega Seamaster

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

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Harneet Singh
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My definition of an heirloom watch in the mid-luxury budget is the Cal 8500 Aqua Terra. Of all watches I like and review, this one is the only one I can confidently say, I could wear out to a party, on date night with the wife, in a meeting, on a weekend trip to a hill station, to a friend's BBQ or to an interview. The added 150m of water resistance adds to the appeal.

As you'd see from my previous reviews, all watches have been personal favorites for me at one time or another, and have had limited liking from my family or friends, other than the brand image and more expensive=better equation that most people have. This one, no, this one is universally liked by everybody.

Almost all watches are available, now, with Omega's Si spring. That means longer service intervals, and I think is the only movement boasting of a 4 year warranty.

This watch basically defines the balance between interesting, bling, being not too fat not too large(diameter). The problem with the older Aqua Terra was the notoriously troublesome 2500c movement which has required a particularly careful predicament to ensue wearing this.

On an all rounded watch, a screw down crown isn't what one would like as it is always a pain to wind and usually strips the thread but the timeless design and the usable 150m water resistance makes up for it. The Blue is the one I would go for, a.l.a the Bond look in the latest movie, albeit he was wearing the smaller 39mm version. The blue, to me, is the right balance between the White gold indices and the 'Teak' finish on the dial. The indices are applied and have a satin white shine on them. I couldn't make out it was white gold until I read about it. Usually I refrain from using any precious metals on my daily wear, but since the case is steel, the combination is just perfect so I can't ever scratch the hands.

The dial is what mesmerizes on this watch. It has a certain depth, a certain character to it. you need to see it to make out. The hands are really something beautiful. There's something about the harpoon. The bracelet, like most Omegas, is absolute bliss. One can never get tired of wearing it, it's that comfortable. Just one grain down from Planet Ocean / Seamaster Bond. That said, I appreciate the engineering that went into making the bracelet but it looks generic, for a lack of better words, although, this watch is turning out to be iconic. It is all-brushed, excepting the ends of all links. Brushed logs add to the utilitarian go-getter nature. There is a ceramic bearing inside for safety that latches up the bracelet so the thing won't fall off your wrist.

The movement. Is. The. Watch. Omega's all in-house movement has me awed. First, the GMT-esque independent 12 hour hand makes time zone shifting a reward for buying this. The co-axial, which is the brand that Omega uses to market all its automatics these days, is nothing short of revolutionary. Basically, the escapement has reduced friction causing less wear & tear, almost nil lubrication on the escapement making the movement more stable.
On this watch, though, there's the double barrel mainspring. Two springs = more power reserve, you think? Well, yes. And no, this wasn't the only thing though of by the R&D. The design is made such so there is better throughput and stable rotation through various states and speed of wind. essentially, it means that you'd get a more consistent time through times of low power reserve. The beryllium free balance wheels offer a better (read:tighter) control of difference in temperature and the rotor sitting and sliding on Zirconium oxide bearings makes it totally noise-free. You would be extremely hard pressed to hear the rotor wind up when moving. Try it in a silent room!

The balance is free sprung, as you would get with other luxury watch brands. The silicon (SI-14) hairspring is said to have much more resistance to temperature and magnetism as compared to their older anachron HS,

In the end, this is a hit below the belt. To Rolex. For their Datejust. The accuracy is better, better in 5 positions, 4 second regulation, in-house charm, better power reserve, Aesthetics and brand value are purely subjective. I could spend all day comparing these to A grand Seiko or a Master Control but that isn;t what this review is for.

In summary, after I have played around with my friends' for almost a month, my next watch.

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