History of Omega Seamaster Watch
The Omega Seamaster first launched in 1948, making it the oldest Omega line still in production today. The original designs were based on ones made for the Royal Navy at the end of World War II.
Having undergone several developments and innovations since this time, Seamaster watches have continued to break records in the field of diving. In 1955, the watch made its first diving record when Gordon McLean reached a depth of 62.5 meters.
Demonstrating the brand’s commitment to innovation, an experimental range of Omega Planet Ocean Ultra Deep Professional watches survived a 10,928 meter dive. This broke the previously standing record by 12 meters.
Aside from its rich diving connection, the Seamaster enjoys a strong association to the big screen - James Bond, specifically. Since 1995, 007 has supported a Seamaster, giving it the reputation of a stylish yet highly technical timepiece that it boasts today.
Omega Seamaster ladies’ watches
Omega Seamaster watches for women, particularly those in the Seamaster Aqua Terra line feature some of the brand’s most elegant and functional designs. The collection features watches in 28mm, 34mm and 38mm cases and designs made from a variety of precious metals.
From robust stainless steel straps through to Sedna™ gold casing, there is a timepiece to meet every style, preference and occasion.
While style remains a key design feature of the family, functionality is not lacking. Many of the models in the collection are driven by Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8800 movement, which is certified at the industry’s highest standard by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).
Omega Seamaster mens’ watches
The Omega Seamaster men’s collection features some of the Swiss brand’s most classic models from across all of its watch families. Not only are watches highly practical from a technical perspective, particularly for sportsmen and divers, their stylish designs have allowed them to become the go-to accessory for any and every occasion.
From stainless steel and gold cases to rubber and leather straps, as well as a variety of case and dial sizes, Seamaster watches suit all tastes and preferences.
Top models: Omega Seamaster watches
Omega Seamaster models regularly take pride of place in luxury watch collections all around the world. Notably, the breathtaking Solid Red Gold Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Diver Chronograph, the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Master Chronometer in Sedna Gold and the Omega Seamaster Professional 300M, which is just one of the timepieces supported by James Bond.