Official timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932, Omega presents two special editions for this year’s Beijing Olympic Games.
To mark the strong and long partnership with the Olympic Games as official timekeeper, Omega – like previous editions of the event – presents two new special edition watches: the Seamaster Aqua Terra Beijing 2022 and the Seamaster Diver 300M Beijing 2022.
Seamaster Aqua Terra Beijing 2022
Essentially a “frosty” version of the Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M, the new Seamaster Aqua Terra Beijing 2022 distinguishes itself by eliminating the horizontal stripes of the teak pattern of several other references in the collection and opting for a white ceramic dial finished in an ice-like pattern. Blue hands and markers with white Super-LumiNova extend the winter palette, while subtle red accents on the quarters and Seamaster name add balance and a dynamic touch to the aesthetic.
The 41 mm caseback of this model is made of steel with a finish reminiscent of ice and engraved with “Beijing 2022”, the Olympic rings and the Beijing Winter Games logo, a stylized Chinese character, 冬 (dōng), which means winter. Inside, beats Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8900 movement, one of the most tested and widely certified on the market. Resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss, the movement is COSC and METAS certified. The finishing touch is given by the steel bracelet with a brushed and polished finish..
Seamaster Diver 300m Beijing 2022
The new Seamaster Diver 300m Beijing 2022 is presented in a 42 mm steel case with a titanium bezel. For this special edition, the well-known wave pattern dial has been reinterpreted in brushed blue ceramic, with the five colors of the Olympic rings on special markers at 2, 4, 8, 10 and 12 o’clock..
The collection’s water resistance of up to 300 meters is maintained in this model equipped with the Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8800 self-winding movement, with a 55-hour power reserve. On this special edition, the caseback is made of solid steel with a “frosted” finish and is engraved with the Olympic Games logo and the words “Beijing 2022”.