Welcome on Board

"Aqua Terra" was the Latin name Omega chosen for the original models of its Seamaster collection, which were known for their reliability both on water (Aqua) and on land (Terra)

The caseback features a wave-edged design with sapphire-crystal

The new Seamaster Aqua Terra Ladies’ Collection features 30 new models in three different sizes. 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.

The patented screw-and-pin bracelet itself has been updated with re-proportioned and domed links that give a more feminine appearance. The crown has changed too. Now, it is conical in shape with waved edges and is much easier for delicate fingers to manipulate. The “water-resistance” wording on the dial has been taken away and engraved on the caseback instead. The caseback features a wave-edged design with sapphire-crystal through which you can see the Omega Master Chronometer calibre 8800, used in both of the larger watch sizes. This movement, along with each watch, has reached the highest level of certification for precision and performance as approved by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).

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