We all remember the iconic Omega Seamaster 300 in gold with malachite or lapis lazuli dials presented at the end of 2019. Astonishing sports cars with their semi-precious stone dials.
This year, the watchmaker has revisited this range with the arrival of some great new steel products, but also and perhaps above all, with this particularly aesthetically successful “Gold Bronze” model featuring a 41 mm case that is water-resistant to 300 meters. in bronze containing gold, a metal exclusive to Omega and patented.
Omega exclusive bronze gold is 50% bronze, 37.5% gold (9k), 5% silver, 5% palladium and 5% gallium. Where generally, among other brands, bronze is associated with a variable proportion of tin, aluminum, lead, beryllium, manganese or tungsten.
Backed by a full 5-year warranty, this model is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8912 caliber with a 60-hour power reserve.
Seamaster Diver 300M Black Black
This is probably one of the watches of the year. Indeed, with its full black look, this new technical diver from Omega should win all the votes with its 43.5 mm case in black ceramic, its black ceramic wave dial, its anthracite Superluminova indexes, its unidirectional bezel. in black ceramic and its black rubber strap. Paradoxically, a very readable full black!
In this version, the 43.5 mm case in polished and satin-brushed black ceramic [ZrO2] is attached to the wrist by an integrated black rubber strap, closed by a buckle of the same material as the case. To complete this, the watchmakers also created a black ceramic version of the crown and the helium valve (characteristic feature of this piece).