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Omega Seamaster gets added versatility with Small Seconds subdial

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Omega’s Seamaster has always been about versatility, a quality the brand has added to today.

The Aqua Terra now includes a feature at 6 o’clock with a Small Seconds subdial.

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The 2021 collection consists of ten 38mm models, two of which are luxury editions; as well as nine new 41mm models, including four luxury versions.

The standout feature on all new models is a small seconds subdial at 6 o’clock, encircled by an applied subdial ring: many in 18K Sedna gold – some even set with diamonds.

The collection features new dials in subtle sun-brushed shades and two-tone teak patterns with hour markers, including diamonds arranged incrementally from 6 to 12 o’clock and sailboat hull-shaped indexes with iridescent mother-of-pearl inlay.

To fix the new watches to the wrist there are bracelets in matching metals, rubber straps in beige and blue – and leather straps in red, burgundy, beige and green.

Of the four mighty movements driving the Small Seconds watches, there are two luxury calibres (8803/8917), each distinguished by an 18K Sedna gold rotor and balance-bridge.

38mm

At the sportier end of the 38 mm spectrum are eight watches in either stainless steel, or a blend of steel and 18K Sedna gold, powered by OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8802, with new dials in dark green, light green, linen and extra white mother-of-pearl.

The latest 38 mm OMEGA’s sport matching bracelets or coloured leather straps, depending on the model.

For lovers of luxury there are also two 18K Sedna gold models with diamond-set bezels, powered by Omega’s exquisite Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8803 with 18K Sedna gold rotor and balance-bridge. Fans can choose an Aqua Terra with purple jade dial and 18K Sedna gold bracelet, or a model with extra white mother-of-pearl dial and red leather strap.

41mm

The 41 mm range includes four stainless steel editions and one in stainless steel and 18K Sedna gold, all powered by OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8916. Two-tone dials in blue-grey, silvery-blue and silvery-beige, add depth to the displays and contrast beautifully with the new subdials.

Watches are fitted with either a matching bracelet, or an integrated structured rubber strap in a complementary colour.

The larger-sized editions also include four models in 18K Sedna gold, all powered by a movement as luxurious as the watch’s exterior: OMEGA’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8917. Aqua Terra aficionados can select either a two-tone blue-grey dial, or a two-tone silvery beige dial.

Both options come with a choice of matching bracelet or integrated rubber strap.

In addition to enjoying a new way to track the seconds, Aqua Terra owners can also be sure their new Omega will perform every hour of the day.

Each watch comes with a 5-year warranty and Master Chronometer certification card, ensuring that the watch has passed the tests certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).

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