The Omega Seamaster watch line is the core of the Omega line up.
Since its introduction this line has offered watches that are both sporty and highly functional.
The modern Seamaster line by Omega has many variations, therefore I will focus on the most popular models.
First are the Seamaster Professional 300 models.
With their distinct wave pattern dial,
helium escape valve and depth rating to 300 meters,
these watches have been the core of the line up.
The design is immediately identified with Omega and can be found in women's,
intermediate and men's sizes.
They also are available in blue and black dial,
quartz or mechanical movements and extra complications such as a GMT and chronograph functions.
My personal favorite Omega Seamaster watch is the 300M chronometer,
with a black dial and the new 2500 movement (22.214.171.124)
Next in line are the Seamaster Planet Ocean models.
These are rated for 600M and are much larger compared to the 300M Seamaster.
While the PO line has only been around for a few years,
it has quickly become a favorite,
especially with the distinct orange bezel.
The watch comes in 2 sizes, 42mm and 45.5mm. While these differences might seem small,
they do make a difference on the wrist.
It has a co-axial movement (the 2500) and also exists in a chronograph version.
The Aqua Terra line is a new class and includes watches that are elegant and functional.
The highlight of this line is, in my opinion, the annual calendar chronometer.
Besides the calendar applications, the watch comes with a display back showing the beautiful 8611 co-axial movement.
In addition, the line includes a date only chronometer, a mid-size, a quartz and chronograph versions.