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Omega Seamaster

For adventure lovers, on land and in seaThe legendary Omega Seamaster watch has been created to challenge the toughest conditions and to seize the moment of the most exciting experiences of men. Its precision, strength and resistance make it a favorite choice for many sportsmen; among them, Alexander Popov, who is one of the world’s best swimmers of the 1990s. The fictional character James Bond, agent of the international arm of the British Secret Service, owns his life to a Seamaster.
Omega Seamaster has numerous angles and curves which vary the way light is reflected from its case and yet, there are no sharp corners which make it completely comfortable. Omega Seamaster is one of the most legible watches in the dark due to its luminescent coating on the hands and markers which makes it absolutely perfect for deep dives. All Omega Seamaster have a Sea Monster logo on the case back.

1932: Omega introduces the first water resistant watch (some claim the first in the world), Omega Marine. It was water resistant to 13.5 atmospheres that equals to 135 meters and was the first in the Seamaster lineage. Omega Marine made history in the ocean conquest and received enthusiastic testimonies from submarine explorers.

1948: the first Omega Seamaster watch is produced. It is inspired by the Omega Marine’s waterproof qualities, as well as by the famous The 30 mm model, which was widely sold to the British army during the II World War and proved to be the most precise wristwatch caliber ever tested at Geneva.

1962: a north American pilot and submariner declares that several days after his hydroplane sank he was diving at a 45 meter depth looking for some stuff that could be recovered, and the only things he found were his underwater camera and his Omega Seamaster watch which started to run as if nothing had happened. But the most amazing fact is that his Omega Seamaster was guaranteed waterproof only to 30 meters!

1981: a French Jacques Mayol breaks a world’s record in scuba diving without any breathing equipment near the Elba island, he submerges 101 meters deep and wears Omega Seamaster watch.

1995: Team New Zealand wins the America’s Cup, the most famous and most prestigious regatta and Match Race in the sport of sailing from 1851. Sir Peter Blake and each crew member have an Omega Seamaster on their wrists. Omega is the official timekeeper for the America’s Cup 2000 and for its champions, the Team New Zealand.

2000: breaking news: for the second consecutive time Sir Peter Blake and his crew Team New Zealand win the America’s Cup which is time kept by Omega.

Seamaster Ladies 300 M Quartz

Seamaster Ladies Aqua Terra Automatic

Seamaster Ladies Aqua Terra Quartz

Seamaster Mens 300 M Chrono Diver

Seamaster Mens 300 M Diver Chronometer

Seamaster Mens 300 M GMT

Seamaster Mens 300 M Mid Size Chronometer

Seamaster Mens 300 M Mid Size Quartz

Seamaster Mens 300 M Quartz

Seamaster Mens 300 M Racing Chronometer

Seamaster Mens Apnea

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Big Size Chronograph

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Big Size Chronometer

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Chronometer

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Mid Size Chronometer

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Mid Size Quartz

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Quartz

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra Railmaster Chronometer

Seamaster Mens Aqua Terra XXL Chronometer

Seamaster Mens NZL-32 Chrono

Seamaster Mens Planet Ocean

Seamaster Mens Planet Ocean Big Size

Seamaster Mens Planet Ocean Chrono

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