The brand gives its sporty heavyweight champ some eye-catchy dials made of natural stones.
Omega Seamaster 300 Ref.234.93.41.21.99.002 with a lapis lazuli dial
Even when everyone around seems to crave for a steel diver on a bracelet, there’s always a place for a different approach. And taking a classic sporty bestseller to a slightly festive and elegant territory might result in a real winner. Four brand-new versions of the Omega Seamaster 300 are available: two with the opaque green malachite dial and two – with the intensely deep blue lapis lazuli dial. The only difference inside the pairs is the 41-mm case material – either yellow gold or platinum. The gold and the platinum are also used for the facetted hands as well as the bezel – with its polished green or blue ceramic ring and a trademark Ceragold or Liquidmetal diving scale. The hands and indexes are filled with ‘vintage’ SuperLumiNova. The watch is presented on a matching green or blue leather strap.
Omega Seamaster 300 Ref.234.63.41.21.99.001 with a malachite dial
Omega Seamaster 300 is driven by the in-house self-winding co-axial movement 8913. Officially chronometer-certified by the METAS, the watch has a 60-hour power reserve and a water resistance of 300 meters. Sapphire crystal caseback exposes fine movement finishings and the Sedna gold rotor.
Self-winding Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8913 in all its glory