A wide selection of new Aqua Terra models has been produced for 2017. Updated both inside and out, OMEGA has transformed the design to give each timepiece an added edge of style and refreshing new look. Omega has used some of its most striking materials for the cases including stainless steel and 18k Sedna™ gold.
This year, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Ladies’ Collection features 30 new models in three different sizes, available in 38 mm, 34 mm or 28 mm. Even within the refined cases, OMEGA has managed to give the timepieces several design twists and, in most models, a Master Chronometer upgrade that offers impressive levels of precision and performance.
The clean and crisp dials feature mother-of-pearl and 14 different colours, and the symmetrical cases have been redesigned to achieve a seamless integration with the feminine-styled bracelet.
In 2002, OMEGA introduced a bold new range of timepieces to its famous Seamaster family. “Aqua Terra” was the name chosen for the collection, honouring the spirit of the original Omega Seamaster models, which were known for their reliability both on water (Aqua) and on land (Terra).
The blend of city chic and ocean ingenuity was seamless. For customers with classic tastes, the Aqua Terra cases were crafted with twisted and facetted lugs that recalled the Omega designs of the 1960s. These pure lines gave the Aqua Terra a distinctively timeless feel, while the crisp, clean dial with its triangular hour markers also paid homage to the styles of the past.
And as always with Omega, the attractive aesthetics went hand-in-hand with technical innovation. This was the first time that a Co-Axial movement had been used in a collection other than the De Ville family and therefore represented a major new development in the Seamaster collection.
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