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The Omega Seamaster collection is the home of an extensive range of watches that includes sports models, professional diver watches and several vintage-based references. You will come across nearly all unique kinds of complications within this iconic range.
Omega has four main collections within its portfolio, including the Seamaster that is ideally the brand’s most popular lineup. However, there are many sub-collections within the extensive Seamaster range, such as the Aqua Terra, Planet Ocean, Railmaster and Diver 300.
So let’s take a look at some of the highly collectable Omega Seamaster watches that are a must-have in your collection. However, the list includes both discontinued and currently produced models. Keep reading.
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The James Bond Seamaster with the classic blue wave dial has been consistently one of the most popular Omega watches. Thanks to its appearance in several James Bond movies and flawless design. The timepiece flaunts a virtually dressy, refined aesthetic combined with professional dive watch features. You will find various versions of the Seamaster blue wave dial within the brand’s catalogue.
One famous and collectable example is the stainless steel Ref. 184.108.40.206.03.001. The watch houses the in-house Calibre 8800 Master Chronometer movement within its 42mm case. Moreover, it flaunts a wave dial with great lume. Overall, the timepiece comes with a versatile design and broad appeal.
The Omega Seamaster 300 is available in different metals. However, a highly coveted model is Reference 220.127.116.11.01.001. The watch comes with a flat 41mm case and elongated lugs that look more prominent on the wrist. Moreover, it is crafted of steel and gold and features a Ceragold and ceramic bezel.
Interestingly, this Seamaster 300 bears a vintage-inspired aesthetic because of the font style, hands and indexes with beige-coloured Super-LumiNova. The Co-Axial chronometer Calibre 8400 automatic movement powers the timepiece, making it modern in mechanical performance and accuracy.
The Planet Ocean series is defined by bulkier cases, more rugged aesthetics and increased water resistance. However, the Planet Ocean model with the 45.5mm titanium case would be an excellent choice to kick off a new collection. The watch flaunts a light grey dial with orange accents. This combination further complements the orange and grey rubber strap.
In terms of functions, the watch is highly rugged, maintaining the standard 600m water resistance. Users typically cannot direct chronograph features underwater on maximum timepieces. However, Omega introduced its latest Seamaster models with pushers that you can operate at depth.
This exclusive Seamaster Diver comes with a 41.5mm case, glossy black dial, sword hands and a chronograph feature. If you compare the model with the Planet Ocean, the America’s Cup Edition wears pretty compactly.
Moreover, the price tag is much lesser than the Omega Planet Ocean. The Seamaster Diver America’s Cup Edition features a timing bezel and is water-resistant up to 300m. So getting this automatic luxury watch at such a price point is undoubtedly a genuine deal.
Which Omega Seamaster model would you like to add to your collection? Let’s know in the comments.
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