Billed as the go-to timepiece for international travelers and passionate collectors, OMEGA has expanded its Aqua Terra Worldtimer collection with three new pieces, a titanium edition featuring a dial made entirely by laser ablation and two striking stainless steel models.
The Titanium Worldtimer
A Worldtimer OMEGA dubs bold and sporty, the titanium edition “is the ultimate statement piece”. This model’s lightweight, 43 mm case houses a dial produced with laser. The Swiss luxury watchmaker says, apart from the word “LONDON”, that none of the elements on the black and grey item have been transferred. The red varnish has been applied by hand. Complementing the outer areas of the matte dial, the ceramic bezel has been finished in black, as has the hands and indexes, the former and latter of which have been filled with white Super-LumiNova emitting a blue glow. This piece is presented on an integrated black rubber strap, replete with grey stitching. An additional decorative link and the clasp have been crafted from grade 2 titanium.
Two in steel
The stainless steel pieces, the Biel/Bienne-based brand says, have been created for globetrotters who wish to keep it classic. One of the stainless steel models feature a matching bracelet incorporating a butterfly clasp, while the other is presented on a green rubber strap, complete with grey contrast stitching. Both models feature a 43 mm case, which houses a green, sun-brushed PVD dial, which features 18-carat Moonshine Gold hands and indexes. The green hue has been carried over to the polished-brushed ceramic bezel.
Keeping time, the new Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer models is driven by OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8938. The self-winding mechanism offers a power reserve of 60 hours. The movement is kept safe at water depths of up to 150 metres.