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The Omega Seamaster: Master of the Sea
The Omega Seamaster has been one of the world's most famous diving watches for decades. The collection contains numerous models with retro designs, as well as state-of-the-art tool watches. There is also a vast selection of vintage timepieces.
Diving Watches in Various Designs
The Seamaster collection is the oldest Omega series still in production. It has existed under the name "Seamaster" since 1948. The Swiss manufacturer has continually expanded the series over the years and now offers timepieces in stainless steel, titanium, gold, ceramic, and platinum. In addition to the Seamaster 300, the collection is home to the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M, Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M, Diver 300M, Bullhead, and Ploprof 1200M. Each model is a unique sub-collection within the larger Seamaster family.
The Seamaster 300 is the first choice of those looking for a diving watch with the charm of timepieces from the 1950s and 60s. On the other hand, fans of modern tool watches should enjoy the Planet Ocean 600M and Diver 300M. Both models feature a helium escape valve at 10 o'clock, making them great choices for professional saturation diving. If you're in the market for a sporty dress watch, look no further than the Aqua Terra, Railmaster, and retro Seamaster 1948 lines. Finally, the Ploprof 1200M and Bullhead turn heads with their bold and unusual designs.
All watches in the broader Seamaster collection are highly water-resistant. Depth ratings range from the Aqua Terra and Bullhead's 150 m (15 bar, 492 ft) to the Ploprof's 1,200 m (120 bar, 3,940 ft). In 2022, Omega introduced the Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep, which is water-resistant to an impressive 6,000 m (600 bar, 19,685 ft).
The various Seamaster lines also share their technology. They all originate in the same workshops and have featured Co-Axial calibers since 1990. Omega even has some of these calibers certified as Master Chronometers by METAS, the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology. To earn this distinction, a movement must be especially precise and anti-magnetic.
Reasons to Buy a Seamaster
- Collector's pieces likely to appreciate in value
- Wide range of diving watches from retro to modern
- Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep water-resistant to 6,000 m (19,685 ft)
- Stainless steel, gold, titanium, ceramic, and platinum cases
- Diver 300M and Planet Ocean with helium escape valves
Prices at a Glance: Omega Seamaster
|Model, reference number||Price (approx.)||Water resistance, material, features|
|Aqua Terra GMT Worldtimer, 188.8.131.52.99.001||70,000 USD||150 m (15 bar, 492 ft), platinum, world time display|
|Planet Ocean Chronograph, 184.108.40.206.01.001||24,500 USD||600 m (60 bar, 1,969 ft), rose gold, chronograph, date|
|Diver 300M Chronograph, 220.127.116.11.01.001||12,000 USD||300 m (30 bar, 984 ft), gold and steel, chronograph, date|
|Seamaster 300, 18.104.22.168.01.002||10,000 USD||300 m (30 bar, 984 ft), gold and steel, -|
|Ploprof 1200M, 22.214.171.124.01.001||9,000 USD||1200 m (120 bar, 3,937 ft), stainless steel, date|
|Diver 300M, 126.96.36.199.01.001||7,000 USD||300 m (30 bar, 984 ft), ceramic, helium escape valve|
|Aqua Terra GMT, 188.8.131.52.04.001||5,800 USD||150 m (15 bar, 492 ft), titanium, GMT, date|
|Seamaster 300, 184.108.40.206.01.001||5,700 USD||300 m (30 bar, 984 ft), stainless steel, -|
|Railmaster, 220.127.116.11.03.001||3,700 USD||150 m (15 bar, 492 ft), stainless steel, anti-magnetic to 15,000 gauss|