We may have said this countless times but, Omega Seamaster has one of the greatest selections of watches on the market, so if you’re looking for a super luxurious watch for everyday use with a twist of casual elegance for your business days, then this is definitely the one you should go for!
More specific, Omega’s Aqua Terra is the epitome of the “one-watch collection.” A watch you can wear all day, every day, and everywhere, that can resist any condition.

It’s sleek yet discreet and durable, and it comes in a variety of colours.
The Aqua Terra has been in the Omega Seamaster collection for a while, but it was given a subtle makeover in 2017, with new dials, a slightly modified case and most importantly, the Master Chronometer and all of its advancements.

Three years later, in 2020, the brand introduced two new variants in the Seamaster, with colorful dials to give the collection a lift.
Meet the new 41mm stainless steel Aqua Terra timepieces in green and blue, each available with alligator leather straps or steel bracelets that match the dial color.
Omega’s Seamaster Aqua Terra series for men already offers an astounding variety of designs with its broad assortment of dials, bracelets, and straps.

Both dials are sun-brushed and differentiated by a horizontal “teak” pattern inspired by the wooden decks of luxury sailboats, thus keeping with Aqua Terra’s old time classic aesthetic.

The date is displayed at 6 o’clock and Super-LumiNova is used to fill the hour and minute hands, as well as the wedge-shaped, applied hour indices.

In addition, customers who get the new Omega Seamaster receive a red card as the driving force behind the dial is OMEGA’s Master Chronometer Calibre 8900, which has been certified at the industry’s highest standard by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). Finally, a 5-year warranty is included with every OMEGA timepiece.

For more information regarding the new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra, visit our website or contact us directly. Alternatively you can come by our shop at 50 Zinonos Kitieos Street in Larnaca.