Omega – Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial
Enlivened to the first model tracing all the way back to 1957, the new Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial brings the most recent Omega advancements in this exemplary plunging watch water impervious to 30 bar (300 meters/1000 feet).
The first Omega Seamaster 300 – 1957
The 41 mm Seamaster 300 is accessible in a choice of metallic materials including hardened steel, 950 platinum, grade 5 titanium, 18K Sedna gold (a select material developed by Omega made with gold, palladium and copper) and even two bicolour choices matching grade 5 titanium and 18K Sedna gold or tempered steel and 18K Sedna gold.
The jumping size of the cleaned dark fired unidirectional rotating bezel is made of Liquidmetal or Ceragold. The speck at 12 o’clock, covered with Super-LumiNova, emits a green light.
With the Seamaster 300, Omega presents two new types, the Master Co-Axial 8400 and 8401, which not just brag the same accuracy, accuracy and dependability as the Co-Axial archetypes yet additionally include Omega’s enemy of attractive innovation, which guarantees obstruction to magnetic fields more noteworthy than 15,000 gauss. These COSC-affirmed chronometer developments, noticeable through the sapphire gem case back, have a free sprung-offset with silicon balance spring and mounts two barrels in series for a force hold of 60 hours. The Master Co-Axial type 8400 prepares the bi-shading, treated steel and grade 5 titanium models while the Master Co-Axial type 8401, with its uncommon extravagance finish, controls the models created from 18K Sedna gold and 950 platinum.
Arm bands of every watch are formed with Omega’s protected rack-and-pusher catch, which is movable to six unique positions making it workable for the watch to fit over the sleeve of a diving suit. The wristband is changed by delivering the catch, squeezing the “push” button and sliding the internal fasten to the ideal fit.
Just uncovered at BaselWorld 2014, the Omega Seamaster 300 will be available in stores in November 2014 with a retail cost of CHF 5,500 for the steel adaptation.