As its name suggests, this timepiece is water resistant to m 60 bar, 1, ft. You can purchase a model in good condition starting around 8, USD. The Seamaster Aqua Terra is probably the most elegant member of the Seamaster family. With its simple, linear design, this diving watch can easily pass for a dress watch, despite being water resistant to m 15 bar, ft. Three-hand watches make up the majority of this collection, though you will find chronographs and watches with a second time zone as well.
Omega even offers special editions for women in their Ladies' Collection.
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Master Chronometer movements have been powering the Aqua Terra since Before that, the series featured both automatic and quartz calibers. You can get one of the quartz models for as little as 1, to 2, USD. Prices for older three-hand models with an automatic movement begin around 2, USD, while the current models start at about 4, USD. If you'd like to call an Aqua Terra with a chronograph function your own, be prepared to spend about 4, USD. Be sure to add another 2, USD on top of that for a chronograph with a second time zone.
With gold and diamonds, that price climbs to between 11, and 15, USD. The Seamaster Bullhead is a coveted collector's item. Two push-pieces flank the main crown at 12 o'clock on top of the wedge-shaped case, giving the watch the look of a bull's head. Another peculiar crown sits at 6 o'clock and is used to operate the inner bezel.
This unusual chronograph was first introduced in After many years silently developing a cult following, many watch enthusiasts rejoiced when Omega reintroduced the Bullhead almost entirely unchanged in Collectors may also be interested in the limited edition models, such as the one dedicated to the Olympic Games in Rio.
You can call this timepiece your own for approximately 8, USD. Even though the Railmaster isn't a diving watch, it's still part of the Seamaster family. When Omega first presented this timepiece in , it was mainly aimed at people whose work included regular exposure to strong magnetic fields. Magnetic fields can have a major effect on a watch's functioning. Omega solved this problem by housing the movement in an internal cage made of soft iron, which protected it against magnetic fields of up to 1, Gauss.
Thanks to their Master Chronometer movements, current models can resist up to 15, Gauss. The Railmaster only comes as a three-hand timepiece in stainless steel — a reflection of its purpose as a functional and reliable tool. Plan to spend around 4, USD on a new, mm edition. The limited Trilogy series also features a Railmaster, which is very similar to the original model. This timepiece costs about 6, USD. You'll have to spend significantly more if you're looking for a model from Prices for these pieces usually sit around 15, USD.
Omega uses predominantly mechanical calibers with Co-Axial escapements in their Seamaster models. One advantage of this technology is that the mechanism causes less friction and therefore, can function with less lubrication. Furthermore, it has the same jolt resistance as a regular escapement does. Omega uses reliable calibers from the movement manufacturer ETA and develops them further under their own name. Aside from the mechanical watches, Omega also offers a few versions of the Seamaster with quartz calibers, such as the Diver M for women with a diameter of 28 mm.
The Aqua Terra M series has quartz watches for both men and women. The Marine was the first watch series designed specifically for underwater use. The Rolex Oyster from was water resistant but was not designed as an underwater watch. In May , the Swiss horological laboratory confirmed that the Marine could withstand pressure up to This confirmation was also a first, as laboratory experts had never before issued such a certificate. The Seamaster was initially planned to be a plain, all-purpose men's watch with improved water resistance.
However, this changed in , when it truly lived up to its name. Diver Gordon McLean wore the Seamaster on his wrist to a depth of A new innovation at the time was the rubber O-ring, which replaced the use of lead or shellac. One year later, the Biel-based manufacturer introduced the Seamaster Professional, a version that continues to be produced today. The Seamaster quickly gained a good reputation among professional divers. There has since been a competition to create the best diving watch: Omega's Seamaster, Blancpain's Fifty Fathoms, and Rolex's Submariner are all contenders.
Of course, there will never be an objective winner because personal preference plays such a large role. In , Omega added the Seamaster to its collection. The watch functioned up to a simulated depth of 1, m 4, ft in laboratory tests. It finally stopped working because the water pressure warped the 4-mm thick glass so far inwards that it impeded the second hand. At such depths, the pressure amounts to kilograms lbs per square centimeter.
Outside the laboratory, the larger model, the Seamaster , reached a depth of 1, m 3, ft while attached to a robotic arm of the Beaver Mark IV submarine. Seamaster watches were used to time many free diving records in the s and 90s. GoldenEye marked the debut of both Brosnan and the Seamaster in the Bond series. Daniel Craig, Brosnan's successor, has remained loyal to the series.
In the film Spectre, Agent Bond undertakes his mission while wearing two different Seamaster watches. The first, the , was introduced by Omega as a special limited edition in conjunction with the film. Only 7, watches were made. They can be recognized by their gray and black striped NATO fabric strap and mm stainless steel case, as well as the black rotating bezel made of ceramic and a special alloy called Liquidmetal.
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Bond also wears an Aqua Terra M in Spectre. Both watches feature a Co-Axial caliber. Why Chrono24? Log in. Patek Philippe. Audemars Piguet. TAG Heuer.
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