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Mastering the sea with

The Omega Seamaster

With the Omega Seamaster you can’t go wrong: the ultimate diving watch which is around for decades. With different designs and techniques, there’s always a Seamaster that suits your needs and budget. With retro designs, vintage pieces or the newer models: the Omega Seamaster is an iconic piece in the luxury watch market.

Oldest Omega model in production

The history of the Omega Seamaster

The Omega Seamaster was introduced back in 1948 which is the oldest Omega watch in the collection that is still in production. There is a large number of different Omega Seamaster’s, making the family complete with the Seamaster 300, the Planet Ocean 600M, Aqua Terra 150, Diver 300M, Bullhead and Ploprof 1200M. There is also a diverse collection of vintage and pre-owned Omega Seamaster’s around.

One thing that is for sure, is the water-resistance of the Omega Seamaster, hence its name. 

If you’re in the market for a diving watch which looks like a piece from the 50s or 60s, you should opt for the Seamaster 300. The more modern tool watches are the Planet Ocean 600M or the Diver 300M. Both models feature a helium escape valve at 10 o’clock. When you rather wear a sporty dress watch, just opt for the Aqua Terra, Railmaster or Seamaster 1948. The Ploprof 1200M and Bullhead are a bit different with their unusual designs.

Retro Seamaster models

The Vintage Omega Seamaster

With a lot of different Seamaster’s around, you can opt for the vintage pieces. When you’re in the market for a well-maintained vintage Omega Seamaster, you can get your hands on one of these pieces for around €1.200 up to €3.000. These watches are gold-plated or solid yellow gold with plexiglass and a leather strap. 

Most of these watches feature the 34mm case and some of the movements are automatic. These vintage pieces are highly sought-after by enthusiasts and a younger public is opening their arms for these nice, warm patina vintage Omega Seamaster watches.

Classic Diving Watch

The Seamaster 300

This particular watch is in production since 1957 and is a classic diving watch with three hands, luminous indices and a unidirectional bezel. It is water-resistant to 300 meters (hence the name). The modern pieces of this Seamaster 300 measure 41mm and are made of stainless-steel, gold, titanium or even a platinum case. Prices vary between €5.000 for the stainless-steel piece, while the gold is priced at €28.000 and the platinum Seamaster will need you to bring at least €40.000 to the table.

 

Because the long history of this watch, collectors and enthusiasts are fond of these Omega Seamaster 300’s. Back in 1993, Omega launched the Seamaster 300M. The design is more modern compared to the regular 300 and it features a diving bezel with rounded edges, a wave-pattern dial and skeletonized sword hands. Prices of these models begin somewhere around €4.500 for a well-maintained piece on Wristler.

Deepsea watches

Planet Ocean & Ploprof

Introduced in 2005, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is one of the more modern pieces in the Omega collection. The watch is water-resistant to 600 meters and you can opt for models with a GMT-function or a chronograph. Prices of these Planet Ocean Omega’s vary between €3.800 up to €28.000 for the gold model with gemstones on it.

The Ploprof stands for ‘plongeur professionel’ which means professional diver. 

Pretty impressive: the Omega Ploprof is water-resistant up to 1.200 meters and has an angular design measuring 55 by 48mm. The crown at 9 o’clock is surrounded by a crown protector and the diving bezel with a security pusher at 2 o’clock. Prices of these pieces start somewhere around €7.500. If you’re in the market for the titanium case, you should bring €10.000 to the table.

Prices of the different Omega Seamaster’s

With the vintage Omega Seamaster being the most affordable watch in the Seamaster family, a well-maintained piece will change hands for around €1.200 for a Seamaster Cosmic from 1968. If you’re in the market for the original Seamaster 300 which is water-resistant up to 300 meters, you should bring €7.500 to make it your own.

There are some watches in the Seamaster family which aren’t that expensive, when looking at the Planet Ocean GMT or Diver 300M Chronograph. 

Both costing around €6.500 you will have a stainless-steel case with water-resistance starting at 300 meters to 600.

The most expensive Omega Seamaster is the Aqua Terra GMT Worldtimer, reference 220.93.43.22.99.001 which will cost you at least €55.000. It features a platinum case and a world time display. This piece is water-resistant to 150 meters.

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