Omega’s Newest Seamaster Is Crafted With 18K Gold, Titanium, & Tantalum

Omega is always devising new and innovative ways to amplify its current Seamaster chronographs. The Diver 300M, for example, boasts a handful of unique styles that have been released throughout the brand’s tenure within the watch space. Now, they’re adding yet another interesting offshoot of the co-axial wonder to their lineup with a Diver made entirely of precious metals.

The newly-revealed Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer — which we’ve dubbed “Precious Metal” — is a premium take on the company’s already-illustrious watch. It features a large, 44-millimeter case comprised of titanium, 18K Sedna gold, and tantalum, making it one of the lightest wrist-worn pieces in the brand’s catalog. But, what makes the Seamaster so special is its more intricate detailing. A certified Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 9900 movement is complemented by the watch’s all-new blue ceramic ZrO2 dial and bespoke wave detailing. Head to Omega’s website to see the watch in more detail. While you’re there, you’ll be able to pick up an example of your own for $19,300.

Purchase: $19,300