With new designs, updates and exclusive materials, Omega novelties for 2021 continues the brand’s tradition of telling the story of its heritage and modern innovation.

In 2021, Omega presents a myriad of new watches, which include numerous historical updates, the use of new and innovative materials and exclusive designs.

Seamaster 300

Omega Seamaster 300 represents one of the most iconic models in the history of exploring the depths of the oceans. Since its launch in 1957, this model has accompanied a whole generation of divers on their underwater adventures. In 2021, Omega presents a thinner and updated version of the classic Seamaster 300.

Following the spirit of the original models, the new Seamaster 300 is available in a 41 mm steel case with a thinner bezel, made of anodized oxalic aluminum for greater hardness. This model also has a narrower inner rim that allows to increase the perception of the dial. This thinner bezel was achieved with the help of a new domed sapphire crystal.

The 2021 Seamaster 300 features new blue and black sandwich dials with a Super-LumiNova base layer and a cut-out top plate. The use of vintage-style open Arabic numerals and the popular lollipop second hand, as well as the Omega logo and the name Seamaster 300 complete the dial set.

The Seamaster 300 is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8912 movement, and is available with an adjustable steel or leather strap.

Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold

Omega also expands the Seamaster 300 collection with a new 41 mm watch, produced in Bronze Gold, an exclusive Omega material, patent pending, used on the case and on the buckle of the new model. This unique alloy is composed of noble elements, such as 37.5% gold, palladium and silver, in order to create a unique color, the shade of which lies between Moonshine ™ and Sedna ™ gold. In addition to aesthetics, the material is extremely resistant to corrosion, without greenish oxidation, which causes it to age slowly and develop a different patina.

The new Seamaster case is complemented by a brown ceramic bezel with a Super-LumiNova dive scale, frames a dark brown bronze dial with patina and protects the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8912 automatic movement.

Constellation Small Seconds

One of Omega’s icons, the Constellation collection receives new Small Seconds models this year. Available in a 34 mm case, the new watches are offered in Sedna ™ gold, steel or a combination of both. Each case features a bezel with Roman numerals or a circle of 38 diamonds.

The dial of the new Constellation Small Seconds appears in bordeaux, mother of pearl, blue or light brown and offers a special symmetry with a date window at 6 o’clock and the use of diamonds as hour markers. Leaf-shaped hands in Sedna ™ gold or white gold contribute to the overall aesthetics of the watch. The new models are powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8802/8803 movement.

The final touch is given by the colored leather straps, to match the dials, or metal bracelets.

De Ville Trésor Power Reserve

Distinguished by simplicity and elegance, the De Ville Trésor collection receives new Power Reserve models, with 40 mm cases in yellow gold or Sedna ™ gold. The former are presented with a silver dial and gray leather strap, while the latter offer a lacquered bordeaux face and a bracelet in the same color as the dial.

The highlight of the 2021 models is the addition of new sub-counters on the dial. Thus, all have a small seconds counter at 6 o’clock and some even have a power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock. The new Omega De Ville Trésor watches are powered by a manual winding Omega co-axial Master Chronometer caliber.

Seamaster Aqua Terra

Relief dials with wavy decoration, precious bezels and hour markers in the form of diamonds and rubies, are some of the features added to the 2021 Seamaster Aqua Terra models, available in a 34 mm steel and Sedna ™ gold case, with bezel set with diamonds, Sedna ™ gold hour and minute hands and 6 o’clock date window.

The dials of the new models evoke the wavy surface of the ocean through a wave-shaped relief pattern, available in colorful options like nude and pale pink, and are accompanied by an integrated steel and Sedna ™ gold bracelet or red and nude leather straps.

The new Seamaster Aqua Terra is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8800 movement.

Seamaster Diver 300M Black Black

The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M is one of the most iconic dive watches in the history of watchmaking. In 2021, this model is dressed in full black, to give life to the new Seamaster Diver 300M Black Black, with 43 mm case and integrated rubber strap, both black, as well as the ceramic helium escape valve and crown.

Despite the integral black, the new model does not neglect legibility and adds Super-LumiNova anthracite to the diving scale, black PVD indexes and skeletonized hands. This luminescence glows in different colors in the dark and changes to dark gray in daylight.

In addition, with this watch, Omega has for the first time laser ablated all the details of the black ceramic dial, which means that all the details of the face of this model, from the minute scale to the wavy pattern, were created from a single piece of black ceramic.

The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Black Black is powered by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8806 movement.

Speedmaster Moonwatch Velcro Straps

Celebrating the history shared between Omega and NASA, the brand presents a collection of new 20 mm Velcro® straps, available in three colors: black, white and silver. Black represents the darkness of space, while white is an allusion to the space suits of the Apollo era, also evoking Omega’s historic mission to create the first space watch, also known as Project Alaska. The silver, on the other hand, pays homage to the brilliant suits worn by astronauts during pre-Apollo missions, such as Gemini and Mercury. All versions of the Velcro® bracelet are decorated with NASA’s famous planet-shaped insignia.