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Omega Aqua Terra

Omega Aqua Terra 41mm

The Omega Aqua Terra Small 41mm is a symbol of luxury watchmaking from the prestigious watchmakers of Omega.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m Overview

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150m is a luxury sports watch that was first introduced in 2002. It is inspired by Omega’s maritime heritage and is known for its elegant design, durable construction, and reliable performance.

Reference is configured with a blue dial, stainless steel case construction, and a blue rubber strap with a stitched pattern.

The Omega Aqua Terra 150m appeals to buyers who desire a durable watch that can withstand the rigors of everyday wear and that can be worn in both formal and dress occasions.

Omega is known for delivering quality luxury Swiss watches at a great value, even at the retail price of $6,000. Complementarily, the Omega Aqua Terra is most often compared to the Rolex Datejust. This is a fair comparison because both brands are well-established Swiss luxury watchmakers, the collections are simple three-hand watches, and both the Aqua Terra and Datejust collections are offered in many different configurable options.

The pro’s of the Omega Aqua Terra is its everyday wearability, elegance, movement, versatility, and price. The con’s are the luminosity of the dial at night and the absence of a clasp that has a quick adjustment.

Key Features

Case: With a case diameter of 41mm and a lug-to-lug of 47.9mm, the Omega Aqua Terra is a watch that fits very comfortably on the wrists of variable sizes. The finishing on the stainless steel is stunning, featuring a smooth polished bezel, brushed case edge, and polished contoured lugs.

Dial: Inspired by the decks of luxury sailboats, the features a blue dial with a horizontal “teak” pattern. This design feature is a beautiful nod to the maritime spirit that this watch embraces.

Movement: Powering the Omega Aqua Terra is the METAS certified in-house Omega calibre 8900. This movement is tested under the harshest environment to ensure precise and accurate timekeeping under extreme conditions.

Co-Axial Escapement: Featured in the Omega 8900 calibre is a Co-Axial Escapement. A Co-Axial Escapement reduces the friction of the movement and improves the precision of its timekeeping abilities. The primary benefit of the Co-Axial Escapement is that it dramatically extends the service interval for the Omega Aqua Terra because lubricants play less of a role in the function of the watch.

Complications: As far as complications go, the Omega Aqua Terra 150m collection is fairly simple. The only complication for reference is a blue date wheel at the six o’clock position that matches the blue dial.

Water Resistance: All Omega Aqua Terra watches have a water resistance rating of 150 meters, which is equivalent to 500 feet. With a water resistance rating of 150m, the Omega Aqua Terra is well suited for everyday wear, no matter where you take it.

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Additional Resources


Case Size41mm
Case Thickness13.2mm
Lug to Lug47.9mm
Water Resistance150m
MovementAutomatic Self Winding
Calibre8900 or 8901
Accuracy0/+5 seconds per day
Power Reserve55 hours

Pricing & How To Buy

The retail price for the Omega Aqua Terra 150m is $6,000. With a watch featuring a Master Chronometer movement, extended power reserve, precise accuracy, beautiful design, and brand prestige, the retail price of $6,000 is considered fair.

You can purchase reference and many other Omega watches at Omega boutiques, directly on Omega’s website, or select Omega authorized dealers like Moyer Fine Jewelers.

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