Omega Seamaster Professional Wristwatches
Swiss-based watchmaker Omega is one of the world's most trusted brands, having been selected by Britain's Royal Flying Corps as the official timekeeper for its combat units during World War I. It was also the choice of NASA to be the first watch to step onto the moon in 1969, and it has been the official timekeeper of the Olympics since 1932. Omega stainless steel automatic watches are as popular as ever today and have built a reputation as being a luxurious, yet highly functional, status symbol for the modern working man.Retro Style
Omega Seamaster professional wristwatches were first introduced in 1957 and designed specifically for divers or those working underwater. While modern Omega Seamaster stainless steel band wristwatches retain the original retro look, they come with enhanced features and cutting-edge technology. Take advantage of the large hands for reading your watch in low-light, underwater conditions, together with dark dials and lighter indexes.Cutting-Edge Materials
Many of the brand's latest Seamaster models feature Omega's innovative Liquidmetal technology, a zirconium-based alloy that offers incredible resistance to corrosion and scratching. The watches also utilise Sedna Gold that blends the purity of gold with the resilience of palladium and a hint of copper colour, as well as CeraGold, which seamlessly blends 18K gold and ceramic.Master Co-Axial Movement
The Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial boasts outstanding accuracy, precision, and reliability, coupled with a resistance to magnetic fields greater than 15,000 gauss. Never be a second out of time, no matter where you're working.Outstanding Water Resistance
While the original Seamaster watches were only officially rated to 200 metres, the latest models boast up to 1,200 metres water resistance, making them ideal for recreational divers or those working on the bottom of the sea floor.Bond Quality
During Pierce Brosnan’s reign as James Bond, the Omega Seamaster Professional Diver 300M Quartz and Omega Seamaster Professional Diver 300M Chronometer were the watches of choice. In many of his 007 roles, the helium release valve was transformed into larger-than-life hidden gadgets, including a laser cutter in GoldenEye and a remote detonator in Tomorrow Never Dies.