Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Chronometer GMT Worldtimer iN Blue

Recently we saw Omega release three new models of the “Aqua Terra Master Chronometer GMT Worldtimer”. Now for the summer of 2023 the brand has decided to celebrate the collection’s 75th anniversary by launching 11 new Seamaster Summer Blue watches. These references will be spread across seven collections listed in the Seamaster category. We’ve decided to kick off this series by looking at the worldtimer, since this is vacation season, but stay tuned for more.The 43 mm case is made in stainless-steel with an overall brushed finish and some polished bevels. Further measurements are lug-to-lug 50mm and a height of 14.1mm. Mounted to the case is a steel bezel with mirror-like polished finish.On the flip-side is a stamped commemorative Seamaster logo depicting a trident-bearing Poseidon and two seahorses. This was OMEGA’s 1956 original design which the brand has currently reinstated.It also comes equipped with a screw-in crown and short wide lugs that provide a very comfortable wrist fit. All topped by a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment on both sides. Water-resistance can reach up to 150 meters (500 feet).Time is exhibited on a sunbrushed blue dial with teak stripes, plus steel applied hour index markers and a pair of rhodium-plated central hands to point out current time with a unique “light blue” hue. The date aperture also adopted this lighter blue to finely blend amongst the rest of the dial, while using black numerals for visibility at the 6 o’clock position.As a world-timer watch it’s been equipped with a fixed cities disc and a 24-hour home-time wheel. Unlike previous models that used different colors to distinguish between which cities are enjoying summer-time (+1h in summer), this model has kept all the cities in a silvery white font to keep the same theme throughout the full dial.The center contains a 24-hour glass ring, with light blue to indicate daytime and dark blue to indicate night. The image of Earth is laser-ablated on a grade 5 titanium plate depicted with a blue ocean and the continents in relief.Typically world-timer watches use the cities of Paris or Geneva to represent the time-zone of GMT +1, but this model has replaced those cities with Bienne, which is the Swiss city where Omega is headquartered.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Chronometer GMT Worldtimer iN Blue

This “Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Chronometer GMT Worldtimer iN Blue” (References below) is powered by the caliber 8938 with 39 jewels and 25,200 vph. It comes equipped with a free sprung-balance and a silicon balance spring that have a rhodium plated finish adorned with Geneva waves in arabesque. Master chronometer certified by Omega and also METAS certified by the Swiss Federal Meteorological and Measures Institute. Power reserve can last up to 60 hours, when fully wound.Mounted to the watch is either an integrated 3-link bracelet (in stainless-steel), secured to the wrist by a folding clasp; or a blue rubber straps, secured by a stainless-steel folding clasp. For more up to date information visit the official Omega website here.

(Ref#: - iN Steel on Steel Bracelet 
MSRP: $10,100.00 USD


(Ref#: - iN Steel on Rubber Strap
MSRP: $9,900.00 USD


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