The Omega Seamaster was launched in 1948 as Omega’s poster child for divers’ watches. The timepiece celebrated Omega’s 100th Jubilee and started a new era of marine watches that combined functionality with class. These Omega watches for men
and women suited the zeitgeist of that era and appealed to the audience in a way that brought Omega to the spotlight once again. The original 1948 release (Ref. CK2913) was a simple design which boasted an O-ring gasket that secured the waterproof capabilities of the timepiece (up to 60m). The 1957 re-invention of this watch came in the form of the Seamaster 300. With an improved water resistance of up to 200 meters, the watch began making a name for itself among notable divers.
The Omega Seamaster we see today is an icon for divers’ timepieces of this era. There are merely a handful of watches in this segment that can compete with the Seamaster in terms of function, accuracy, precision, and of course, limitless elegance. The timepiece has also reached Hollywood status by starring in multiple James Bond movies in a span of over two decades. Powered by the Omega patented co-axial movements, the Seamaster showcases features such as chronograph, GMT, helium escape valve, and transparent case backs. The collection offers watches with water resistance up to 600 meters (upto 1200m in the Ploprof series), dome-shaped sapphire crystal glass, and a variety of materials like gold and ceramic. Some of the most popular watches in the Omega Seamaster collection are:
• Omega Planet Ocean 600m
• Omega Diver 300m
• Omega Seamaster 300
• Omega Ploprof 1200m