The Aqua Terra Worldtimer is a beefy watch at 43mm-wide, 50.3mm lug-to-lug, and 14.1mm-thick — the grade 5 titanium option on the rubber strap will have the least, and the all-steel version on the bracelet, the most heft of the bunch. Water resistance remains an impressive 150m enforced by a screw-down crown, and all watches and movements are tested to withstand magnetic fields as powerful as 15,000 Gauss as part of the METAS-certified Master Chronometer quality control. On all three versions, there is a display caseback in sapphire, but there doesn’t seem to be a quick-release strap system — a convenient little feature that’s on more and more luxury watches these days. Inside all of them beats the Omega 8938 caliber, a 60-hour power reserve co-axial movement that beats at 25,200vph.
BildquelleThe green Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer on the bracelet (ref. 22.214.171.124.00.01) is priced at 9,600 CHF and 9,400 CHF on the rubber strap (ref. 126.96.36.199.10.001), while the titanium version on the black rubber strap (ref. 188.8.131.52.99.001) is priced at 10,900 CHF.