OMEGA’s Latest Timepiece Goes For Gold

The Swiss manufacture celebrates the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.

By Terry Christodoulou 09/07/2021

A gold medal at an Olympic Games is the pinnacle of athletic performance.

In a tribute to that iconic sporting achievement, Swiss watchmaker OMEGA has unveiled two unique timepieces – each dedicated to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – in 18-carat gold.

The official timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932, OMEGA’s latest set of Seamaster Aqua Terra watches – offered in 38mm or 41mm – continues its rich partnership with the event.

Presented on blue leather straps and clasped to the wrist via 18-carat yellow gold polished-brushed fold-over clasp, the watches offer polished blue ceramic dials, laser engraved with a pattern inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem.

The full emblem can also be found on the caseback which covers a Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre, ensuring the Swiss industry’s highest standards.

The OMEGA 8901 calibre arrives with two barrels mounted in series, automatic winding in both directions, time zone function, 18-carat gold rotor and balance bridge with over 60 hours of power reserve and water resistance to 150-metres.

The new Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020 Gold Editions arrive with OMEGA’s full 5-year warranty and are priced at $27,150 for 38mm and $28,225 for 41mm.

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