Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo Ready for Olympic Gold
With the Olympics coming up soon, and the opening ceremonies set to launch in Tokyo Omega is relaunching the 2020 edition of its Seamaster for the postponed Olympic games. When the Olympics were first underway, Omega announced it would be devoting a series of special edition timepieces for the games including a steel cased version of the Seamaster with an aqua terra blue dial. The watch has been updated with a face that features the 2021 logo for the Olympics and an 18k gold face that is deemed “ready for the medals”. Forged out of the same materials as a gold medal, these watches are going to launch just a few weeks before the game opening.
The watch face is set in a 38mm and 41 mm size and with yellow gold accents throughout the design. The standard of this watch goes far beyond a typical premium jewelry offering with a balance between practicality and purity in its design.
Omega is no stranger to the Olympics as their official summer timekeeper and as a company that has produced a wealth of summer edition timepieces. The laser engraved pattern on the face resembles the look of the 2020 emblem and there is a transfer print to the case back. The dial is distinctive and it has a golden logo for Omega at the 12 o clock position and a specialty date window along the 12 o clock position.
The new swiss METAS certification on the timepiece makes it resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss. The device is equipped with an impressive 60 hour reserve for power and a 150 m rating for diving. Even in its gold exterior this is a watch that is versatile for use anywhere.
The watch will be a hot commodity with a specialty presentation box and a price point at $17,800 for the 38mm option and $18,500 for the 41 mm watch. Pick up yours before the Olympic games!
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