Watch Out: The Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M by Omega
How to make the heavenly stars and hypnotic oceans converge with a modern twist on your wrist? It seems Omega’s answer to this is manifested in the Seamaster Aqua Terre 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Ladies 38 mm, rendered in Sedna™ Gold and stainless steel. Used by Omega since 2012, the exclusive 18K Sedna™ Gold is […]
How to make the heavenly stars and hypnotic oceans converge with a modern twist on your wrist?
It seems Omega’s answer to this is manifested in the Seamaster Aqua Terre 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Ladies 38 mm, rendered in Sedna™ Gold and stainless steel.
Used by Omega since 2012, the exclusive 18K Sedna™ Gold is named after Sedna, an orbiting planetoid known to be one of the reddest in the solar system. The fiery rose gold alloy may appear similar to other 18k golds, but its high resistance to colour and lustre fading over time is a triumph, thanks to a unique and stable composition that includes copper and palladium. Juxtaposed with 316L stainless steel for this Seamaster Aqua Terre 150M iteration, a conventional but beautiful and affordable metal meets the precious 18K Sedna™ Gold in a lustrous and corrosion-free perfect match that prevails in the face of high-stress situations and constant daily wear.
Conceived from oceanic inspirations, this Seamaster Aqua Terre is an unmistakably elegant creation whose design is anchored in elements emanating a marine spirit. The agate dial features a subtle yet stunning wave pattern, punctuated by a date window at 6 o’clock. Shaped like sailboat hulls, the indexes, accented in 18K Sedna™ gold, perpetuate the nautical narrative of the timepiece—also endowed with hour, minute and second hands in 18K Sedna™ gold.
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The watch’s bold and contemporary sensibility, defined by a symmetrical case and integrated bracelet, allows it to effortlessly resonate with both city slickers as well as active, outdoorsy types. But foremost is what drives the Seamaster Aqua Terre 150M—the OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 8800, which is tested by the Official Swiss Chronometer Control (COSC) with precision criteria of -4/+6 seconds per day. The complete watch and its movement have also undergone eight Master Chronometer tests set by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) with criteria of 0/+6 seconds per day. Its revolutionary components—from the Co-Axial escapement for long-lasting precision to the silicon balance spring for superior anti-magnetism—ensure the highest standards of performance.
To appreciate all the fine inner workings of the self-winding movement with a 55-hour power reserve, a domed synthetic sapphire crystal case back—treated to be scratch-resistant and anti-reflective on both sides—allows one the privilege to do so with ease.
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