Omega Aqua Terra Watches
Calling Omega anything short than a master in fine horology would be unfair. The Swiss watchmaker is a stalwart in the watch business and its reputation for exceptional timepieces is globally renowned. One such watch is the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra.
The Seamaster Aqua Terra was first released in the year 2003 making it one of the latest additions to the Omega watch brand catalogue. The watch draws its inspiration from the actual Seamaster that has been in the industry since 1948. The watch offers a smoother and cleaner design along with a touch of abundant suave. Like all other Omega watches, the Aqua Terra uses a co-axial escapement that allows it to be more precise and accurate while telling time. The movement, itself, is certified by METAS. For those who don’t know, the Aqua Terra was the first timepiece from Omega that was resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gausses.