Omega Seamaster

The Omega Seamaster is a range of mechanical or quartz wristwatches produced by the Swiss watchmaker Omega and having as a common point a good waterproofness. The Seamaster introduced in 1948 is based on an evolution of waterproof watches that Omega supplied to English soldiers during the Second World War. It quickly conquers a public attracted by the sporty and elegant aspect of the range. In 1957, the “professional” version with a stainless steel case and bracelet, a 3-hour crown, a rotating bezel and a screwed and engraved bottom of the hippocampus, symbolized by Omega , An immersion resistance ranging from 60 to 1,

Some models will be available in chronograph versions , some of which will be classified as chronometer by the COSC

As a diver like the Rolex Submariner and the Blancpain Fifhty Fathom, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is considered a reference, as the Rolex Explorex and the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra are references in sport-chic watches.


Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600 m , around 2006
Omega Seamaster De Ville, about 1960

Omega has produced various models of Seamaster watches, with many variations of color, bracelet, movement and size.

  • Seamaster 300M Quartz
  • Seamaster 300M Chrono Diver
  • Seamaster 300M Chronometer
  • Seamaster 300M GMT
  • Seamaster Ploprof 600 M
  • Seamaster Ploprof 1200 M
  • Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronometer
  • Seamaster Aqua Terra Quartz
  • Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar
  • Seamaster Aqua Terra XXL Small Seconds
  • Seamaster Aqua Terra Jewelery
  • Railmaster Chronometer
  • Railmaster XXL Chronometer
  • Seamaster Racing Chronometer
  • S eamaster NZL-32 Chrono
  • Seamaster America’s Cup Chronograph
  • Seamaster APNEA
  • Omega Seamaster Omegamatic
  • Seamaster 120M
  • Seamaster 150th Anniversary Limited Edition
  • Seamaster James Bond 40th Anniversary Limited Edition
  • Seamaster Planet Ocean
  • Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Size
  • Seamaster Planet Ocean Chrono

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