The 1957 Seamster was Omega´s answer to the 1953 Blancpain Fifty Fathoms, the 1954 Zodiac Sea Wolf and of course the 1954 Rolex Submariner. The first Seamaster case measured 39 mm and it shared its hands with two other iconic Omega watches: The Speedmaster and the Railmaster. The very first Seamaster were powered by the Omega-Calibre 501. After seven years, in 1964, a new Seamster 300 replaced the original Seamster 300. This version was available with or without date indication and its size grew to 42 mm.
So guys, what do you think?
Does the new Omega Seamster 300 Master Co-Axial deserve to be my Omega of the year 2014?
I am sure some of you thought I would nominate the Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon… 🙂
By the way…
Omega will announce on December 9th at 10:30 in Geneva something real challenging for the entire Swiss watch industry!
What Omega plans to do will cause an earthquake!