Feast your eyes on the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Chronograph collection

Now available worldwide, the new range is offered in stainless steel and gold, with ceramic bezels.

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Omega has launched its latest collection of diving chronograph watches, called the Seamaster Diver 300m Chronograph.

The new range features a ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel and matching ceramic pushers on every model, plus the iconic Omega Seamaster waves on the dial, and a helium escape valve at the 10 o’clock position.

Now a 26-year-old design, the latest incarnation of the Omega Seamaster is a 44mm watch with a stainless steel case and strap, with optional 18K yellow gold or 18K Sedna gold highlights, and the option of a black rubber strap for a more stealthy look. Water resistance, as the name suggests, is 300 metres.

A date window sits at 6 o’clock, flanked either side by a pair of chronograph dials controlled by ceramic pushed at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock.

(Image credit: Omega)

Sapphire crystal protects the front and back, with the latter presenting a view of Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 9900 self-winding mechanical movement with 60-hour power reserve.

The hands and raised hour indices are all are all filled with Super-LumiNova, making them glow clearly at night.

(Image credit: Omega)

Colourways include a blue dial and bezel on a stainless steel case and strap (think Pierce Brosnan era James Bond), black dial and bezel with matching rubber strap, stainless steel case, and rose gold detailing, and a model with blue dial and bezel, stainless steel strap, and yellow gold detailing.

The 2019 Omega Seamaster Diver 300m Chronograph is available now and is priced from £5,710 to £19,860.

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