The Omega Seamaster 300 is a diving watch that Omega launched in 1957 and reintroduced at Baselworld 2014. This year’s version differs from the 2014 version principally for the soft leather strap with contrasting stitching that gives a new vintage-type look to the piece. The 41mm case is in stainless steel with Sedna gold details (Sedna is the Omega pink gold, alloyed with palladium and copper), and polished black ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel. The hour indices and circular dot on the rotating bezel are inset, and partially filled with vintage-colour SuperLuminova, which shines bright blue in the dark. The watch has a transparent caseback, and the case is water-resistant to 300 metres.
The movement is the self-winding Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8400, with the anti-magnetic technology that enables the watch to operate unaffected by magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss. It has two mainspring barrels in series, for a power reserve of 60 hours. Bridges and oscillating weight are decorated with an arabesque design of Côtes de Genève. The crown is screw-in.
This version, in steel and Sedna gold, costs €7,200.