Omega introduced its latest models during Baselworld 2017. The new models not only crown the brand’s heritage but also respond to the modern expectations.
The Trilogy set, which Omega introduced to the market again in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the three special models introduced in 1957, is already in the radars of the collectors. The set will be produced in a limited number of 557 pieces and will be presented with 6 pieces of straps along the watches. It is also possible to buy the watches seperately. It is worth noting that the amount of production per timepiece is limited to 3557.
The first member of the series is the Speedmaster. The new model is offered in a stainless steel case measuring 38.6mm in diameter. The case is water resistant up to 60 meters and features a hesalite crystal on the front side. The watch is powere by the hand-wound Caliber Ref. 1861.
The new timepiece comes in a 38mm diameter stainless steel case with an anti-magnetic shielding of 15.000 Gauss. The new Railmaster is powered with the self-winding Caliber Ref. 8806.
The last member of the family is the Seamaster model. The model is offered in a 39mm stainless steel case with a water resistance rating of 300 meters as expected from a true diver’s watch. The new Seamaster model is also powered with the self-winding Caliber Ref. 8806.
The new Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue comes in a blue ceramic case measuring 44.25mmin diameter. The model attracts attention with its blue case and orange accents. The new model sports sapphire crystals on both sides of the case along the a helium release valve and is water resistant up to 600 meters. The model is powered with the self-winding and METAS certifies Caliber Ref. 8906 which is quite a story itself with its 15000 Gauss amagnetic shielding despite the sapphire display caseback. The model also features the durable Liquidmetal bezel and user friendly GMT function.
The latest model of the brand's legendary Speedmaster series is offered in a 44.25mm diameter acse with stainless steel or 18K pink gold options. The model sports sapphire crystals on both sides and powered with the self-winding bi-compax chronograph Caliber Ref. 9901 certifed by METAS. The new model is water resistant to 50 meters. This special model, which features many sporting elements such as orange details and micro-perforated strap, will be available in July through Omega boutiques.
The new Aqua Terra models, preferably offered in 38mm or 41mm case options, appeal to watch fans who want to combine elegance and sportiness together. In the heart of the new watches offered with stainless steel or Sedna Gold case options, are the Caliber Ref. 8900 series movements. As the name suggests, the Aqua Terra collection offers water resistance up to 150 meters.