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"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)

A sapphire crystal central dial with a hand-crafted enamel world map

This year, the Swiss brand is proudly presenting its first Worldtimer - another spledid example of craftsmanship at its finest.

A genuine beauty of this new Seamaster Aqua Terra watch can be found on the dial. The exterior section is sand-blasted platinum-gold and features 18K yellow gold indexes and hands that are coated in Super-LumiNova. There is also a circle of global destinations printed in red (GMT), black (+1h in summer) or blue (places without daylight savings). For a special touch, these destinations include the city of Bienne at GMT+1, Omega’s home in Switzerland.

In vibrant colour, there is also a sapphire crystal central dial with a hand-crafted enamel world map. A 24-hour indication surrounds this exquisite view over the North Pole.  The 43mm symmetrical case is made from platinum-gold and includes a mix of polished and brushed surfaces. On the reverse side, there is a wave-edged design and several engravings including each unique Limited-Edition number.

The timepiece is water resistant up to 15 bar (150m / 500ft) and comes presented on a brown leather strap with a platinum-gold foldover clasp.

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