Omega Unveils Three New Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer 2023 Models
The Seamaster Aqua Terra 2023 models have just got much more stylish
Because Three Is Better Than One
The watch made to track every time zone on the planet continues to gain momentum across the globe. In the last few years, Omega’s Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer has grown steadily in popularity, to become a go-to timepiece for international travellers and passionate collectors.
Now, Omega is expanding the Worldtimer collection to include three new models, a titanium edition with a dial made entirely by laser ablation and two striking options in stainless steel.
Bold and sporty, the 43mm Worldtimer in lightweight and corrosion resistant titanium is the ultimate statement piece. On this model, Omega has produced the entire black and grey dial, including its colours, with laser. There are no transferred elements, apart from the word London and even here the red varnish has been applied by hand.
Moreover, to complement the matte dial, Omega has opted for a brushed black ceramic bezel, and blackened hands and indexes, filled with white Super- LumiNova which emits a blue glow in the dark. Completing the look is an integrated strap in black structured rubber with grey stitching, additional decorative link in brushed grade 2 titanium, and grade 2 titanium clasp.
Globetrotters wishing to keep it classic have two style options in stainless steel. One with matching stainless-steel bracelet and butterfly clasp, another with integrated green rubber strap with grey stitching, additional decorative link in polished steel, and polished-brushed fold over clasp.
On top of that, each 43mm stainless steel model has a sun-brushed PVD dial in green, encircled by a polished-brushed green ceramic bezel. Adding shine to the dial are hands and indexes in 18K Moonshine Gold.
The driving force behind each new Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer is the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8938, which has met the highest standards of precision demanded by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). Each timepiece is also assured at depth, with a water-resistance of 15bar (150m / 500ft).
More information can be found on the Official Omega Website.