Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Black Dial Watch

Though the pared-down Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is not technically a professional dive watch (150-meter water resistance vs. 300 on the Diver and 6000 on the Planet Ocean), it takes cues from the Swiss manufacturer's long-established aquatic legacy. In somewhat of a surprise to watch purists, the Aqua Terra has proven to be Omega's most versatile Seamaster model, capable of surviving a stint in the pool or a day out on the boat, but also simple enough for everyday wear and dressy enough to be worn with a suit. That's especially true for the new glossy black dial model, which is available in all three sizes (41, 38, and 34mm). The biggest reference runs on the Omega 8900 movement, while the smaller options rely on the automatic Omega 8800. Similarly, the 41mm boasts a 60-hour power reserve, and the 38 and 34mm models are set at 55. Otherwise, similarities abound: all three feature the new black dial with contrasting indexes (triangular on the bigger models and sailboat-shaped on the 34) and broad arrow hands set within a polished steel case, an exhibition caseback, a bracelet with new smaller and more rounded links and a butterfly clasp, and a date window set at 6 o'clock.

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