Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Co-Axial in Stainless Steel

Summary

To celebrate 'Spectre,' the 24th James Bond film, Omega has created a limited edition Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M model inspired by the Bond family coat of arms. The symbol is repeatedly interlocked to create a dynamic pattern on the watch’s blue dial. The coat of arms is also found near the tip of the yellow central seconds hand.

The movement's oscillating weight is skeletonised and has been cut and shaped to resemble a gun barrel. The limited edition number of the timepiece is engraved on the caseback, as is the proclamation of its magnetic resistance. The stainless steel case is presented on a matching strap - a coated nylon fabric strap is included in this timepiece's watchbox. The Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M James Bond Limited Edition is powered by the revolutionary Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8507.

Seamaster, a name that resonates with adventure and epitomises exploration, is Omega's oldest family. Launched in 1948, the family was designed for a life of action - something that rings true even with the more advanced models Omega crafts today. With an established history full of unforgettable moments, Seamaster has survived James Bond's daring stunts since GoldenEye in 1995 and broken records with free diver Jacques Mayol.

Omega Reference: 231.10.42.21.03.004
Product Code: E-62-87-0012

Product Details

Material:
Stainless Steel
Gender:
For Him
Movement:
Self Winding
Style:
Bracelet
Function:
Hours, minutes

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UK Destinations

Value/Weight <= 2kg > 2kg
< £500 £8.50 £10.50
< £2,500 £9.50 £12.00
> £2,500 £12.00 £13.25

International Destinations

Value/Weight <= 2kg > 2kg
< £500 £12.00 Price on approval
< £2,500 £14.00
> £2,500 £16.00
£4,880.00

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Omega’s timepieces have recorded some of the most significant moments in the world (and beyond) and have been worn by presidents, kings, astronauts, spies and movie stars. Behind each one is a legacy of horological quality and innovation. Omega has built its reputation on revolutionary watch movements. Its creative use of materials and creation of new alloys enhance its watches’ aesthetic appeal and improve their quality. Innovative uses of ceramics, silicon and precious metals are also important parts of its story. Hamilton & Inches has enjoyed a long-standing partnership with Omega for over 100 years.

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