Omega was founded in 1848 but has not, amazingly enough, produced a watch with a world-time complication in its century-and-a-half-plus history — until now. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer, limited to just 87 pieces worldwide, is the crown jewel of the Swiss brand’s redesigned Aqua Terra collection and features yet another new Master Chronometer-certified in-house movement.
The case is constructed of the same platinum-gold alloy as the outer dial, measures 43 mm in diameter, and features a combination of polished and brushed surfaces. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer Limited Edition is water-resistant to 150 meters and is mounted on a brown leather strap with contrast stitching and a foldover clasp in platinum-gold. It will be available at retail in December 2017, priced at $48,600.
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