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OMEGA Debuts Titanium Aqua Terra Worldtimer

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Fresh off its recent releases in partnership with Swatch, OMEGA has been on a hot streak as of late. Now, the Swiss watchmaker has debuted a trio of new references as part of its Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer lineup. Stainless steel has returned for two of the pieces, but this time with the addition of a scratch-resistant ceramic bezel. Oh yeah, there’s also a titanium version (also with a ceramic bezel).

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OMEGA’s Aqua Terra Worldtimer continues to grow in popularity, especially as the concept of tracking time anywhere on Earth becomes more and more appealing in a world of telecommunications and remote work. As opposed to previous versions of the watch, which featured either blue or white dials — both with a blue world map in the center — the new releases come in either green or gray. While the function and in-house caliber 8938 movement remain the same here, the new colors significantly diversify a range that had limited wearability with its bright blue colors that screamed, “I’m a diver!” Incredibly versatile now, the black ceramic bezel and rubber strap against the gray titanium dial gives the grade 2 titanium version of the watch a stealthier appearance. Meanwhile, the green ceramic bezel around the green dial — with either steel bracelet or green rubber strap options — provide a classy, yet understated appeal for the stainless steel version. All three watches come in the standard 43mm case size.

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Titanium timepieces are all the rage right now, and for good reason. They’re more cost-efficient than they used to be, plus they’re significantly more lightweight than their steel counterparts. For this titanium version of the Worldtimer, the entire dial has undergone laser ablation — a process already used to create the beautiful gold-filled textured maps on the Worldtimer dials.

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Prices range from $10,200 to $11,800 for the new Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer models. Head over to OMEGA’s website to purchase one for yourself.