Omega is globally recognised for creating a wide range of luxury watches that are sought-after among collectors in the both retail and secondary market. And the Seamaster is the brand’s take on water-resistant timepieces.
Introduced in 1948, the brand commemorated its 100th anniversary and has included different Seamaster versions to accentuate varied active lifestyles.
Thus, the Seamaster collection includes a diverse assortment of watches. You will find professional sports watches, diving watches as well as vintage-inspired watches – all with various types of complications.
Let’s today take a quick look at three of the most popular Omega Seamaster watches.
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Omega Seamaster James Bond
The Omega Seamaster James Bond watch continues to be one of the brand’s most famous and desirable timepieces. Thanks to its flawless design and appearance in many James Bond movies.
Featuring a vibrant blue wave dial and essential professional diving features, the Bond Seamaster exhibits a too delicate, virtually dressy yet sporty aesthetics.
However, the brand created various versions of the Seamaster with blue wave dial pattern over the years.
- One famous example that has glorified the watch box of many collectors is the Seamaster Reference 22.214.171.124.03.001.
- This version comes in stainless steel and powered by Omega’s Master Chronometer Calibre 8800 movement.
- Moreover, the watch features a 42mm case and luminescent wave dial.
This Omega Seamaster version may not catch everyone’s attention, but it won’t look out of place if strapped on your wrist, regardless of what the event is.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M GMT
Who does not need a good GMT watch today? Indeed, this complication is entirely irrelevant in a diver’s watch, keeping its actual intended purpose in mind.
However, Omega has added surprising numbers of various GMT references within the ultra-professional dive watch collection – the Planet Ocean.
- The Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M GMT watch flaunts a solid, elegant blue dial with contrasting orange accents.
- Omega equipped the watch with a 24-hour rotatable bezel that eventually changed the overall look.
- Moreover, the LiquidMetal bezel features a similar luminescent market at the 12-hour marker.
- The watch comes with a titanium case and bracelet, thereby making it lightweight.
Omega Seamaster 300
The Omega Reference 126.96.36.199.01.001 is another popular Seamaster reference in the brand’s catalogue. The watch sports a 41mm case, but it appears slightly more prominent than what its specs manifest.
However, this is because the timepiece comes with a virtually flat case silhouette with extended lugs.
- Omega offered the Seamaster 300 in different metal choices, including this Reference 188.8.131.52.01.001 that is forged out of steel and steel.
- Moreover, it is equipped with a Ceragold, ceramic bezel.
- The dial flaunts Super-LumiNova beige-coloured hands and indexes, offering a vintage aesthetic.
This Omega Seamaster 300 watch is powered by Calibre 8400 automatic Co-Axial chronometer movement.
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