Introducing: The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Chronometer
The 38mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronometer in treated steel with coordinated bracelet.
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Chronometer actually conveys the nautical references for which the line is known. The striped dial of the Aqua Terra should me suggestive of a teak boat deck. While the stripes are still there, on the new Aqua Terras they run on a level plane as opposed to vertically. The adored date window has moved from three o’clock to six o’clock and the profundity rating is not, at this point imprinted on the dial either (presently “Co-Axial Master Chronometer” takes a seat at six o’clock.
The Aqua Terra Master Chronometer is accessible in three new models. The first is a 41mm steel and 18k Sedna gold rendition with a silvered dial and an elastic tie, evaluated at 7,400 CHF (roughly $7,450 at season of distributing). The second is a 41mm steel variant with a silvered dial, a splendid orange seconds hand, and an earthy colored calfskin tie, valued at 5,000 CHF (roughly $5,030). Lastly, there is a 38mm adaptation in hardened steel with a blue dial and a coordinated steel wristband, evaluated at 5,100 CHF (roughly $5,150).
All three forms include a sapphire precious stone case back, showing either the type 8900 (in the 41mm cases) or the type 8800 (in the 38mm case). The two developments have been ensured as Master Chronometers by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). These are quite exceptional alternatives for ordinary watches that have decent styling and genuine specialized hacks too.
The 41mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronometer in impeccable steel.
The 41mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronometer in tempered steel and Sedna™ gold.
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