A vintage style Seamaster made with a modern, one-of-a-kind alloy.

When Omega launched the original Seamaster 300 watch in 1957, it made waves with an innovative design that became known as the first-ever professional divers’ watch. Fast forward to 2021, and the renowned watch brand continues to lead the way with cutting-edge timepieces. The new Omega Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold watch features a one-of-a-kind, patent-pending alloy that sets it firmly apart from other watches. The innovative Bronze Gold alloy features a special composition that offers a wide range of advantages.

Made with copper and 37.5% 9K gold, as well as palladium and silver, the alloy has a warm, rosy hue. Apart from its distinctive color, the material also develops a surface patina over time that remains close to the original hue. Furthermore, this special bronze alloy is resistant to corrosion and verdigris oxidation, which means that it will age gracefully. Bronze Gold can also safely stay in direct in contact with the skin without the need for a surface treatment, which allowed Omega to use it for the entire case.

The Omega Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold watch comes with a 41 mm case with a brown ceramic bezel. For the sandwich-type dial, the brand used a standard bronze alloy in a darker brown color. Both the vintage-style open Arabic markers and the diving scale feature Super-LumiNova coatings. The sapphire crystal caseback allows the user to see the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8912 movement. Resistant to magnetic fields reaching 15,000 gauss, the movement has a power reserve of 60 hours and 38 jewels. Like the original Seamaster, this watch is  water-resistant upp to 300 meters. Finally, the vintage-style brown leather strap boasts a Bronze Gold buckle. Available in stores from June 2021, this stylish timepiece that represents the evolution of the iconic Seamaster will cost $11,600. Photography© Omega Watches.

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