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Omega Aqua Terra

Omega Aqua Terra

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

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Small Seconds Overview

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Small Seconds is considered one of the more elegant models within the Aqua Terra collection. Launched in 2021, the was met with a considerable amount of hype with each Omega authorized dealer receiving a very limited amount of allocation. This was has two complications, one of which is how it received its name. Located at the six o’clock position on the white dial is a white sub-dial that acts as the second hand, thus “Small Seconds”. The second complication is the calendar date that matches the small seconds sub-dial and the white outer chapter ring of the dial.

For this specific reference,, the 150m water-resistant stainless steel case has a diameter of 41mm, case height of 13.2mm, and with a lug-to-lug of 47.9mm. These dimensions sit very well on the wrist and provide an ultra-comfortable feel.

The Omega Aqua Terra is fitted with a sporty stainless steel bracelet. The brushed outer links and polished inner links finishing is very appealing and really adds an extra element of sophistication to this watch.

Overall there is a lot to like about Omega Aqua Terra design and configuration. So much so that the Small Seconds references command the highest resale value on the pre-owned market.

Key Features

The Omega Aqua Terra is purpose-built and is packed with a mix of luxurious and quality features. First and foremost, this watch was made to endure. The construction of the stainless steel is solid, the stainless steel bracelet is completely secure, and the 150m of water resistance makes it a perfect everyday wear.

One of the best features of the Omega Aqua Terra is the in-house movement. Not only is the Omega calibre 8916 Master Chronometer certified, but it is also antimagnetic to 15,000 gauss. The time and care that go into the production of an Omega movement show in its beauty and performance. Being a Master Chronometer certified watch, the Omega Aqua Terra not only passes the accuracy testing of COSC certification but also goes through an 8 test / 10-day examination in some of the harshest conditions.

The most visible key feature to the reference is how well Omega made it not only versatile and durable but they did so without sacrificing elegance. The available colorways of the other Small Seconds watches combined with this one make up a great collection that is built with confidence but shine with grace.

Additional Resources


Case Size41mm
Water Resistance150m
CrystalDomed Sapphire
MovementAutomatic Self Winding
Calibre8916 or 8917 for precious metal references
Accuracy0/+5 seconds per day
Power Reserve60 hours
ComplicationsHour / Minute / 6 O'Clock Subdial / Date

Pricing & Where To Buy

The retail price for the Omega Aqua Terra Small Seconds is $6,800. With a watch featuring a Master Chronometer movement, extended power reserve, precise accuracy, beautiful design, and brand prestige, the retail price of $6,800 is considered fair.

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

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