Swiss watchmaker Omega unveiled a trio of travel-ready additions to the Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer collection, comprising a steel version and a brand-new model crafted from titanium. All three models share the same case dimensions of 43mm in diameter, 14.1mm in height and 50mm lug-to-lug; water resistance, as standard on the Aqua Terra, is rated at 150 meters. The titanium model features brushed black ceramic bezel with a matte titanium dial in black and grey, only the word “London” applied in red lacquer. The dial features a relief map of the Earth as seen from the North Pole, engraved in a pretty realistic manner by laser-ablating, ringed by a 24-hour markers to indicate the time.
The steel versions feature a green PVD-coated dial with a sun-ray brushed finish perfectly complemented by a corresponding green ceramic bezel. The hour markers in Moonshine Gold, Omega’s exclusive yellow gold alloy, further enhance the overall aesthetic. Both new steel variants feature green bezels and green dials adorned with golden accents, the difference between the two is the type of strap or bracelet they come with.
They are powered by the Calibre 8938, an in-house automatic movement that’s a METAS-certified Master Chronometer, visible through an exhibition caseback. They boast exceptional resistance to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss and provide a remarkable power reserve of 60 hours.
The green model with rubber strap (Ref. 184.108.40.206.10.001) retails for $10,200, while while the green version on bracelet (Ref. 220.127.116.11.10.001 ) retails $10,400. Lastly, the titanium version (Ref. 18.104.22.168.99.001) is priced at $11,800.
For more details, be sure to visit Omega’s website.