Omega has released three new Aqua Terra Worldtimer watches

Omega has released three new Aqua Terra Worldtimer watches 20 May 2023

Omega has released three new Aqua Terra Worldtimer watches. The watch is available in three versions: steel with a bracelet, steel with a green rubber strap, and titanium with a strap.

1. In titanium Worldtimer, the whole dial is created by laser processing only. The result is a finer texture than guilloche and a smooth surface with a combination of gray and black. The 43mm case features a black ceramic bezel with a brushed dial texture, while the moon hands on the dial glow with blue SuperLuminova.

2. The other two steel and green rubber models have a matte green ceramic bezel that matches the green dial. The dial itself is made of a solar PVD coating with curved vertical lines resembling a cylindrical globe. The hands and markers on these variants are made from 18k Omega Moonshine gold.

One of the common elements of all models is the globe in the center. Omega has created a miniature model of the Earth as it appears from above, depicted above the North Pole. According to the brand, "the laser processing of continents and colors on the surface of grade 5 titanium" was used for this. Adding to the complexity of the design is the domed structure, which mimics the curvature of the Earth. Around the map is a 24-hour indicator under hesalite glass, divided into day and night.

Retail for the steel watch is $10,200, on strap and bracelet is $10,400, and the titanium model is $11,800.


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