Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial 41 Stainless Steel / Silver / Calf
|Family: ||Aqua Terra|
|Name: ||Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial 41 Stainless Steel / Silver / Calf|
|Material: ||Stainless steel|
|Diameter: ||41.00 mm|
|Lug Width: ||20.00 mm|
|W/R: ||150.00 m|
|Indexes: ||Stick / Dot|
First of Omega's movements to receive the new METAS cerfication. Introduced at BaselWorld 2015 in the Omega Globemaster; said to eventually replace the 8500. Resistant to magnetic fields of over 15'000 Gauss. Free-sprung balance with silicon balance spring. Two barrels mounted in series.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Seconds|
|Additionals:||Chronometer, Co-Axial Escapement|
The original Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra was introduced in 2002 as a successor to the earlier Seamaster 120 - a more elegant, less sporty version of Omega's dive watches. It was available in a wide variety of configurations, with either quartz or mechanical movements. Since then, the Aqua Terra has been revamped several times, with the present generation having been launched at BaselWorld 2017.
Reference 184.108.40.206.02.001 has a stainless steel case and a brown calf leather strap. It is powered by the Master Co-Axial caliber 8900 and features a silver dial.