The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra has been redesigned with a small seconds subdial in place of a center seconds hand.
Located at 6 o’clock, and surrounded by an applied subdial ring, this is the first time the Aqua Terra line has come with a small seconds indication. The 2021 Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra collection consists of ten 38 mm models and nine new 41 mm versions.
In total there are nineteen new references across the collection, most of which come in stainless steel cases, and a few of which come in 18K gold cases. The dials vary across the different versions and include a horizontal motif on the 41 mm versions or a mixture of dials without that aesthetic for the 38 mm size. There’s a mixture of solid-colored and two-tone dials across the collection.
All 2021 Seamaster Aqua Terra Small Second watches are powered by a Master Chronometer certified movement and have a water-resistance rating of 150 meters. A variety of strap and bracelet options are available.
The retail price starts at $6,300.