This week, Omega announced an expansion of their Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M collection with the introduction of two new dials — one that’s medium blue and the other is khaki green — described as “sun-brushed” and distinguished by a horizontal “teak” pattern which according to Omega is inspired by the wooden decks of luxury sailboats.
Apart from the dials, the 41 mm stainless steel case and Master Chronometer caliber 8900, have all the same specifications as the existing Aqua Terra collection.
Omega’s in-house caliber 8900 is automatically wound and features a free-sprung silicon balance wheel, silicon hairspring, traversing balance bridge, rhodium-plated rotor and bridges with Geneva waves in arabesque, blackened screws, and a 60-hour power reserve driven by two barrel mounted in series.
As the model name suggests, the watch is water-resistant to 150 meters, and while it does not feature a rotating bezel or method for timing dives (it, therefore, does not meet the ISO 6425 diver’s watch standard), thanks to a locking crown, screw-in caseback, and multiple gaskets — it’s a great companion for swimming, yachting, or just around the pool.
The two new Aqua Terra models come with your choice of a stainless steel bracelet for $5,700 or matching colored alligator strap $5,400.
Learn more at Omega.