Omega is one of the ultimate luxury watch brands. It is a prestigious watch manufacturing company highly recognized and respected by many watch enthusiasts worldwide because of its great prestige and name recall. Rightfully so, it has made a name for itself because of its strive for precision and quality as well as its hunger to build something of great visual value.
Omega was established in 1848. Since then, it has been at the forefront of the watchmaking industry. It was the first watch to partner with NASA on their moon exploration, the watch that has become the official timekeeper of the Olympics and many other endeavors. It has showered the industry with innovations that have become a blueprint for every other brand.
A Brief Introduction to the Omega Seamaster Collection
The models from the Omega Seamaster watch are one of the most iconic in the whole stash of Omega. It is known as the brand’s best seller and Divers’ favorite timepiece. Fair enough, it used the hardy rubber gasket innovation that enabled the watch to withstand even the most extreme temperature shift and pressure, transcending from the usual Shellac and lead.
Specialities The 1957 Trilogy Limited Edition 60th Anniversary 557 Automatic Black Dial Steel Men’s Watch 22.214.171.124.01.003
This timepiece decided to put a twist in the classic silver watch by putting pops of color on the dial, which might be small in detail but elevated the aesthetic to a whole new level. This watch has a round case made of stainless steel measuring 38mm in diameter with a lug width of 19mm. Its front is sapphire crystal while its back is solid. Its band is also stainless steel.
The dial comes in a sleek black color, perfectly contrasting the bright silver exterior. It is set with arrowheads in the bright orange shade and luminous silver-tone arrow hands. The movement of this timepiece is operated by Omega Calibre 8806 with 35 jewels and a 55-hour reserve when fully wound. It also has an additional water-resistance feature of 60m.
Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial GMT Chronograph 43 mm Automatic Grey Dial Steel Men’s Watch 126.96.36.199.06.001
Black and Silver is a combination that surely makes the sleekest and modern-looking watch aesthetic. This timepiece proves precisely that. It has a round with a measurement of 43mm in diameter and a lug width of 21mm, made of stainless steel. It has a scratch-proof sapphire crystal and a skeleton back. Its band also comes in stainless steel, the same as its case.
This timepiece’s interior adopts the classic black color for the dial, however, with more intricate details. It is set with luminous silver-tone arrowhead indexes and arrow hands. It has two subdials in the center and a date window on the bottom. Its automatic movement is operated by Omega Calibre 9605 with a 60-hour reserve. It is also 150m water-resistant.
Seamaster Diver 300 M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 42 mm Automatic Blue Dial Steel Men’s Watch 188.8.131.52.03.001
The intricacy of the details of this timepiece proves that the brand is extremely meticulous when it comes to the quality of their artwork. This model has a round case made of stainless steel measuring 42mm in diameter, 13mm in height, and a lug width of 20mm. Its back is transparent and it has a sapphire crystal. Its band is the same steel material as its case.
The dial comes in a navy blue color embraced by a bezel of the same shade. It is designed with white wave-like patterns. It is set with luminous silver-tone dots and sticks indexes and skeleton hands. Placed on the bottom is a date window. Operating its movement is Omega Calibre 8800 with a 55-hour reserve. It has an additional water resistance of 300m.
Seamaster Diver 300 M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 42 mm Automatic Black Dial Steel Men’s Watch 184.108.40.206.01.001
If you like the aesthetics of the 220.127.116.11.03.001 model but want to stick to the classic black color, then go with this timepiece. This has a round case made of stainless steel measuring 42mm in diameter and a lug width of 20mm. It has a back that is transparent along with a sapphire crystal. The band has the same stainless steel material as the case.
The dial is equally as striking as the exterior. This model comes in black color with luminescent finish patterned with gray wave-like patterns embraced with a thick black bezel. It is set with luminous silver-tone sticks and dots, indexes and skeleton hands along with a date window. An Omega Calibre 8800 with a 55-hour reserve operates its movement.
When it comes to luxury watches, Omega is a household name. This is not just because it has a great history. One should take into consideration that its rich history is also because of its impressive craftsmanship allowing it to forge its name in the industry and remain relevant despite the test of time. If you want a worth-it investment, Omega watches are the way to go.