Omega Unveils Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar Watch at Baselworld 2010

Mar 29, 2010
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra line welcomes a new model that boasts an annual calendar complication. The timepiece has been unveiled at Baselworld 2010.

Omega Aqua Terra watches have always been highly acclaimed by watch enthusiasts due to their appealing design and innovative technology. The timepieces stand out by their signature teak-concept vertical lines featured by the dials. The lines have received such definition as they have been inspired by the teakwood decks of luxury boats.

The novel Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Annual Calendar watch has been created in two interpretations Ė completely in stainless steel or a refined union of stainless steel and 18K red gold.

The elegant dial of the Omega watch is completed with Superluminova-applied triangular hour markers and faceted gold hands.

The heart of the new timepiece is the brandís Co-Axial calibre 8601/8611. The supreme precision of the movement is crowned by the COSC- chronometer certificate. The zest of the movement is an instantaneous-jump annual calendar complication. This function automatically takes into account 30- and 31-day months. The owner of the timepiece will have to manually correct the date only one time a year, on March 1st.

Another peculiarity of the Aqua Terra watch is the brandís exclusive Si 14 silicon balance spring. Due to the non-magnetic properties the operation of the balance-spring is not influenced by magnetic things.

The Omega Aqua Terra Annual Calendar watch is presented on the brandís patented screw-and-pin system bracelet, crafted from the same material as the case.

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