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Omega - Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT

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BaselWorld 2012 - The Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT is one of the new models that Omega presents at the Basel show.

Equipped with the Co-Axial calibre 8605/8615, the new timepiece is  the first of Omega's proprietary movements to be equipped with a GMT complication. The mechanism is visible through the sapphire-crystal used for the caseback.

The 43 mm case of the Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT is available in red gold, stainless steel or in a red gold/stainless steel bicolor version. The watch is offered with a bracelet in the same metal as the watch case or with a black, brown or blue leather strap.

The dial is distinguished by the teak pattern associated with the Aqua Terra collection. The vertical lines are reminiscent of the wooden decks on luxury boats. The applied indexes and the hands are coated with white Super-LumiNova  which allows ease of reading in all light conditions. The GMT hand's red arrow makes it easy to distinguish the two time zones.
Thanks to the reduced friction of the Co-Axial escapement and the almost no need for lubrication, the Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT is delivered with a four-year warranty.

The GMT hand can also be used for compass orientation:  when the watch is held parallel to the ground with its hour hand pointed in the direction of the sun, the GMT hand, when it is adjusted to the same time on the 24-hour GMT display, will indicate north in the northern hemisphere.

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