A few days ago, we brought you some preliminary images of the new Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial inside the showcases. This time we have brought you live macro pictures of the watch for your viewing pleasure. As commented on the previous post, more than a century later the Omega Seamaster 300 comes back in an upgraded and enhanced form.
The new Omega Seamaster 300 with a 41 mm case will be available in stainless steel, a platinum limited edition of 357 pieces, in grade 5 titanium, in grade 5 titanium with 18K Sedna gold, in stainless steel with 18K Sedna gold or in 18K Sedna gold.
This iconic diver's watch was originally launched in 1957 and introduced specifically for divers and professionals who worked underwater. This new model of the Omega Seamaster 300 features a black ceramic dial with a 'faux patina' vintage look on its Arabic transferred numerals —blue dial and blue bezel on the titanium models— and on the Super-LumiNova of its hands. Additionally, the watch features a smooth stainless steel bezel with Liquidmetal insert. The movement inside this watch is the new Master Co-Axial calibre 8400/8401. This new movement not only features the same accuracy, precision and reliability as all other co-axial Omega calibers, but its also anti-magnetic, resisting magnetic fields in excess of 15,000 gauss. The bracelets feature high polished center links on all different metal options and the new Omega patented extendable fold over rack-and-pusher clasp with micro-adjustment. To micro-adjust the bracelet, one just needs to push a small button located inside the clasp and smoothly slide the link outward as necessary. This micro-adjustment provides up to 9.60 mm of extra length to the last link on the bracelet. Perhaps, the best micro-adjustment system we have seen in the market so far.
Sticker Price starting at $6,200 and all the way up to $62,000 for solid gold models. For more info on Omega click here.