I just saw the first fully antimagnetic Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Co-Axial live here in Vienna. I did not have my camera with me but I still have some pictures for you and the actual prices for the new Omega´s…
So guys if you are interested to see live what I have been describing here on the blog since last year on a regular base, take some time, go to your Omega dealer and try the 41,5 mm watch on your wrist.
In terms of technic you can click >>> HERE <<< to get more information or please just use the search function on the blog. You will find plenty of entries dealing with Omega´s new technology …
The prices for the new fully antimagnetic Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Co-Axial in a steel case with a leather bracelet start at 4360 Euro, the steel-gold starts at 8890 Euro and the gold one at 14.360 Euro. All prices mentioned include 20 % VAT here in Austria.
These are some of the components in the movement that era completely antimagnetic…
>>> Steel/Gold on page 2
Did Omega put the adjustable clasp on the bracelet for the new Aqua Terras? I cannot find any photos of the clasp to see if it is the same or not.
Not yet, but the new ones will be integrated soon to all collections step by step.
Many thanks Alexander for that clarification.
Do not like the shape of hands.
Gorgeous watch. Any idea how long before it gets to the US?
Should be available from now June at least at the big retailers and and Omega boutiques …
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra <15000 Gauss with "yellow and black seconds hand" that began this important antimagnetic milestone for Omega, has it been discontinued in this form or does it remain in production? My guess is this will be the one for collectors.
Thank you for your great reporting once again.
Absolutely correct the “>15.000 Gauss” version will be discontinued. The fade-out has started and deliveries are slowly dropping to zero. So this is a not an official limited, but a limited by production Omega collector´s watch. If you not yet have one, go for it! The actual price is 4890 Euro including 20 % VAT here in Austria.
is that the best performance, more than 15000 gauss
Johan do you have an idea how strong such a magnetic field is? It is by the way Omega’s guaranteed minimum and so 15-times more then a Rolex Milgauss or an IWC Ingenieur can withstand …
If the techs at the clinic would let you wear the >15.000, you could time your next MRI which uses one of the most powerful magnetic fields in practical use today.
Steel Gold version is the one that I want to get, it looks great to me.
Thanks a lot for the info and fine pictures!
Last year’s 15,000 Gauss spends a lot of time on my wrist. I believe Omega has a winner.
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