Omega was founded in 1848 but has not, amazingly enough, made a watch having a world-time complication in its own century-and-a-half-plus history — until today. The Omega seamaster aqua terra worldtimer limited edition replica watches Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer, restricted to just 87 pieces globally, is the crown jewel of the Swiss brand’s redesigned Aqua Terra collection and includes yet another new Master Chronometer-certified in-house motion.
The eye-catching dial of this Aqua Terra Worldtimer consists of 2 degrees. The first is an exterior section made from a sand-blasted platinum-gold metal, with applied yellow-gold indices treated with Super-LumiNova and a two-row circle printed with the names of world cities in three different colours. Red can be used only for London, representing GMT 0; black, for places with daytime savings or summertime; and gloomy, for places without daylight savings times. The GMT +1 time zone is represented by Bienne, Switzerland, the hometown of Omega seamaster aqua terra worldtimer master chronometer replica watches. The dial’s next, interior level is a central sapphire disc, with a hand-crafted enamel world map as seen in the North Pole and an outer ring with a 24-hour indication in day and nighttime color sections.
The case is constructed of the exact same platinum-gold alloy as the outer dial, measures 43 mm in diameter, and includes a combination of brushed and polished surfaces. The wave-edged layout of this exhibition caseback, a part of this revamped Aqua Terra set, is emphasized by a number of engravings, including the watch’s limited edition number (xx/87). Inside ticks the motion, Omega seamaster 300m aqua terra worldtimer fake watch‘s self-winding Caliber 8939, the most up-to-date from the brand’s growing portfolio of Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibers. To be designated a Master Chronometer, the watch and motion must achieve the highest standards of accuracy, performance and magnetic immunity according to the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).