After a longstanding wait, OMEGA’s NEW WATCHES are here. Discovery runs deeply in the brand’s roots, and once again, Omega has released some exceptional novelties that host the brand’s exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
The New Collection welcomes a wide range of new releases across some of its most popular collections like the dive watches and some significant updates in the heritage models like the Speedmaster. But that’s not it! The releases include new aesthetic variants in colourful dials that you definitely wouldn’t like to miss.
Omega’s catalogue was already vast enough. The new mixed additions are sure to leave you spoilt with choices. It’s a lot to take in. Not sure if the watches are already available in any watch shop in London, but you can definitely visit the official site to get a glimpse.
OMEGA 2022 ‘NEW’ WATCH RELEASES
New Seamaster Ocean Ultra-Deep ‘COLLECTION’
It’s been a long since Omega did anything to one of its most notable collections, the Planet Ocean. However, finally, the brand has given the much-awaited revamp. The Omega Seamaster Ocean Ultra Deep is a completely new collection with a wide range of dive watches.
So far, you could avail of Omega timepieces with ratings of 600m and 300m. Now it is a striking 6000m! Do you think the watches can throw a stiff competition to Rolex? However, the Ultra Deep collection has quickly become one of the most talked-about releases this year.
The Alpha of the dive pack sports a 45.5mm case and is crafted in sand-blasted Grade 5 Titanium. A brushed ceramic bezel enhances the appeal with distinct ‘Manta’ lugs and a Liquidmetal diving scale. A stripy NATO strap in a combination of cyan and black makes the watch beautiful to look at.
Moreover, you can choose from various dials, including gradient-coloured dials, transitioning from grey to black or blue to black or a lacquered white ceramic.
‘BUNCH’ of Seamaster Aqua Terra
It’s always nice to see big brands experimenting with colours and taking big risks. And that is exactly what Omega did with the Seamaster Aqua Terra catalogue. The watches are not just the most bright and colourful but come in a unique size of 38mm, making them so desirable. We believe this friendly size will be a major success in the coming days.
The new Aqua Terra watches come in 34mm, and 38mm and are available in five sun-brushed dial options, including Bay Green, Atlantic Blue, Saffron, Sandstone, Lavender, Shell Pink, and Terracotta. Each colour stands out, but the pastel ones are just stunning!
This unusual take by Omega is definitely commendable, which is true to the brand’s innovative watchmaking skills.
‘NEW’ Seamaster Diver 300M
A new member of Omega’s most remarkable family is the Seamaster! The addition of Omega Seamaster Diver 300M to the grand league has already started creating ripples for its exotic deep green ceramic dial and bezel. This new Omega timepiece carries forward the legacy of the Seamaster range, which started in 1993.
The watch is a sheer delight for the diving enthusiasts as the watchmakers have included:
- A Calibre 8800 movement.
- A polished stainless steel bracelet with Omega’s patent fold-over rack and pusher.
- A green rubber strap.
Wearers can also keep track of the time with the help of the Super-LumiNova dot at 12 o’clock present on the bezel.
‘NEW’ Speedmaster Moonwatch
Nothing, absolutely nothing, can be more emblematic than Omega’s Speedmaster Moonwatch, the first watch worn on the moon. The watch encompasses the brand’s pioneering spirit, and the all-new Speedmaster Moonwatch Moonshine model takes the legacy to the next level. It is in 18ct Moonshine Gold, an Omega exclusive that derives its inspiration from the shining moonlight on a dark night.
Omega has released two new models:
- The first variant has a sun-brushed dial, a green ceramic bezel with a Ceragold tachymeter scale, and a green dial, making a fine contrast.
- The second one has a sun-brushed 18ct Moonshine Gold dial, a black rubber strap, and a black ceramic bezel.
However, you can get both the new models on a Moonshine Gold Bracelet. It is run by Calibre 3861 with Co-Axial escapement and has a power reserve of 50 hours.
This year Omega has released a new slew of its famous Constellation lineup, available in various sizes, colours and case materials. Omega’s Constellation has always been an icon, and the latest distinguished features, including the Co-Axial escapement, polished ceramic bezel and Constellation on the dial, make it even more worthy.
The 28mm and 29mm Constellation models are for women.
The 28mm models exemplify the beauty of pastel dials. Each variant has a distinct shade with bright colours and matching bezels.
The 29mm models enchant the wearer with its shimmering green, red, and Aventurine stone dial. The dial features multifaceted inclusions creating a shimmering effect that makes each Constellation timepiece one-of-a-kind.
Lastly, the new 41mm version has a stunning white dial with blue elements and a contrasting blue bezel which appeals instantly. The watch lives alongside a leather strap with some mixings of gold.
TO END WITH
Now that everything is said and done, you must be thinking about where to avail of these newfound beauties? You can, of course, try your hands and your luck on a reputed watch shop; you can also try and check out the pre-owned market for a good deal!
The new Omega releases are magnificent and the ultimate choice for sophisticated wearers. Moreover, the bright dial executions will add some colours to your collection!