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May 24th, 2023

Discover Omega's Newly Launched References to the World Timer Watches

the World Timer Watches

Omega has built its legacy on the pillars of horological excellence and the brand embraces a strong reputation as a profoundly rugged yet tasteful watchmaker. That’s not a story of the past, as the Maison continues to push the boundaries of watchmaking with its recently launched trio of Seamaster Aqua Terra World Timer references. This is the third major release by the brand this year, following the new entries to the Aqua Terra line and the Speedmaster Super Racing with Spirate. The Seamaster Aqua Terra collection represents the brand’s excellence in complications. So, you know what to expect of the new!

Ceramics, Lasers & Travel- the new references are a stylish concoction of all three! The sporty timepieces are sure to entice the adventure-seeking travel bug in you. Consider it the perfect timing or a mature decision; the new batch also includes a brand new Titanium version, a metal enjoying quite a moment in the luxury watch industry. The other two models are in steel versions.

Let’s get into the details now.

Titanium Worldtimer

Let’s start with the one that elegantly differentiates itself from the others, the Titanium Worldtimer Omega. Having a case dimension of 43mm and a height of 14.1mm, the most stunning attribute of the lightweight titanium iteration is the matte dial. The brand uses a laser technique to design the dial, showcasing a grey and black aesthetic.

Titanium Worldtimer

You could see a stunning map of the Earth as viewed from the North Pole, engraved fantastically by laser ablation. There’s no hint of any added elements except for the 24-city world time function, arrow-shaped hour markers to indicate the time and the word ‘London’ that is hand-applied in red lacquer at 6 o’clock. A brushed black ceramic bezel surrounds the model, perfectly complementing the dial hue and blackened hands. The black rubber strap with grey stitching fixed to the steel case features a decorative link in titanium and a titanium clasp.

Specifications:

  • Model: Worldtimer
  • Reference: 220.92.43.22.99.001
  • Case Diameter: 43mm
  • Material: Titanium
  • Dial: Black with applied indexes
  • Bezel: Scratch-Resistant Black Ceramic
  • Bracelet/Strap: Black rubber strap
  • Lume: SuperLuminova
  • Movement: 8938 Calibre, Automatic, METAS-Certified Master Chronometer
  • Water Resistance: 150m
  • Power Reserve: 60 hours

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Stainless steel Worldtimers

What fascinates about the stainless steel versions is that they look more flavourful than the usual world timer creations. For instance, they appear jauntier with the green rubber strap and the green dials, offering a nice summery vibe. Both the steel versions sport a case dimension of 43mm and feature a green PVD-coated sunray finish dial with Moonshine gold indexes and hands. The matching green ceramic bezel plays well alongside the green dial to enhance the overall aesthetic tenfold.

Stainless steel Worldtimers

But there’s a slight difference in the dial here: there are nicely articulated vertical lines resonating with the cylindrical globe. It flaunts a sun-brushed PVD finish. Visually, the green dial is a marvel with a literal globe on the dial. Honestly, this watch must be on the wrist during your next adventure. You will find the steel models with a bracelet and green strap option.

Specifications:

  • Model: Worldtimer
  • Reference: 220.32.43.22.10.001 (steel on rubber strap), 220.30.43.22.10.001 (steel on bracelet)
  • Case Diameter: 43mm
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Dial: Green
  • Bezel: Scratch-Resistant Green Ceramic
  • Bracelet/Strap: Steel bracelet & green rubber strap
  • Lume: SuperLuminova
  • Movement: 8938 Calibre, Automatic, METAS-Certified Master Chronometer
  • Water Resistance: 150m
  • Power Reserve: 60 hours

What We Think

When seeing these new iterations, the first thought that ran through our mind was, ‘wow’! Omega just gave us a spin around the Globe. We absolutely love how Omega has really stood out with the dial caricature. The globe at the center showcasing a miniature of the Earth as viewed from the North Pole will make you stop and appreciate the outstanding craftsmanship. As said, it is achieved by a special laser-ablation technique, including the continents. The domed design adds to the intricacy, which gives a feel of the Earth’s curvature! Let’s just take a moment to appreciate that..

CONCLUSION

2023 has surely been quite an experimental year for Omega in terms of design tweaks, mechanical supremacy and material advancements. Moreover, adding Titanium to the collection proves that Omega doesn’t like to fall off from the show-stopping league. All three variants are attractive, offering versatility in function and style. To create something as interesting as this for the adventure-prone traveller surely gets Omega a big... big round of applause!

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