In 1932, Omega was the Olympic Games designated timekeeper for the first time in the Los Angeles Olympics. As the London Olympics kicks off, this famous Swiss watch brand will be the 25th time-honored designated timekeeper for this world-leading sports event.
To commemorate this event, Omega has released two Seamaster series Aqua Terra 44 London Chronographs. One of them has a two-tone case made of 18K red gold and stainless steel with an integrated black leather strap; the other is made of durable stainless steel with a stainless steel bracelet.
The oversized 44 mm case is polished and matte with a polished bezel. The striking blue PVD-coated dial features a characteristic teak concept vertical texture, which is one of the reasons why the Omega Aqua Terra watch family is so popular.
The small seconds at 9 o’clock on the dial and the date window at 4:30 are extremely eye-catching. The 30-minute chronograph dial and the 12-hour chronograph dial are located at 3 and 6 o’clock, respectively. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 44 London Chronograph has a polished, frosted, arched 18K gold central hour, minute and chronograph seconds hand. The hands are coated with a white luminous coating, making it easy to read the time in any light.
The elements on the table back celebrating the London 2012 Olympic Games are very eye-catching: ‘London 2012’ Olympic badge pattern is engraved on it.
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 44 London Chronograph is water-resistant to 150 meters.