Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Chronometer 41 Stainless Steel Replica Watch
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer GMT Worldtimer 43MM: Case 43mm stainless steel, water resistant to 150 meters. Movement: Automatic cal. 8938 (8939 for Sedna gold variations) beating at 25,200 vph, running in 39 jewels, co-axial escapement, Master Chronometer certification, power reserve of 60 hours. Aqua Terra Master Chronometer use the Omega Calibre 8900. This movement was released in 2015, at Baselworld, as a successor of the 2007’s released Calibre 8500. The Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M comes in both 38mm and 41mm wide sizes for men – along with a host of strap, bracelet, material, and dial options. These choices also allow for a sportier and more casual wearing feel, to more conservative, dress-style ranges. The Aqua Terra was released in 2002 to complete the Omega’s entry-level of the Seamaster collection, being powered by the Omega Co-Axial Calibre 2500 or quartz movement. During the years, the Aqua Terra was powered by the calibre 8500 (starting 2008) and an improved calibre with anti-magnetic capabilities, the calibre 8505 (starting 2013).
Omega is one of the most popular timepiece manufacturers in the luxury world. They are definitely in the forefront of horology along with other big names in Swiss watchmaking. With over a century worth of experience, it is no surprise that they were able to master the craft of watchmaking and become the well-acclaimed brand they are today. Among Omega’s renowned pieces is the Omega Aqua Terra under the Omega Seamaster collection, with a chronometer feature and hundreds of variations. Read on to find out more about the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra, its extensive catalog, and why you should consider getting one.
While the Seamaster has been around since the 1940s, the Seamaster Aqua Terra is actually a product of the 21st century. It was first released in early 2000s as a way to balance out the Seamaster’s reputation as a diving watch. The Omega Aqua Terra is meant to be a versatile watch that offers the same reliability as most models that are ideal for water activities. Aside from that, it is also designed to be a timepiece that can be worn everyday and in fancy occasions. To put it simply, the Aqua Terra was created with the idea of reaching a wider variety of audience while still offering impressive features. At present, there are around 265 models under the Omega Aqua Terra 150m collection.
Watch brands working with other companies for a collection or a limited edition model is something pretty common in this industry. Omega has definitely mastered the art of collaborating with others, which is a true testament to how trusted and adaptive they are as a brand. The Aqua Terra 150 collection is home to numerous models that are a product of strong and enduring partnerships. You’re probably wondering what’s common ground between a “diving watch” and golf? Well, Omega was a steady comrade of the Professional Golfers’ Association for many years. The Swiss brand is known to have been the Official Timekeeper of the PGA from 2011 to 2020. This partnership led to the creation of numerous Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m Golf Edition watches through the years. Up until today, there are five of these models in Omega’s current catalog. At this point, most of us are well aware that Omega has been involved with the Olympics since the 1930s. Therefore, this collaboration is considered a result of a longstanding relationship. There are currently two Omega Aqua Terra models listed on the brand’s website: the Aqua Terra 150m Pyeongchang 2018 Limited Edition and the Aqua Terra 150m Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition. These watches were made in celebration of Omega being the Official Timekeeper at the most recent winter and summer Olympics.