Omega, Watch Reviews

Omega Seamaster 300


A watch that is made for professionals and divers working underwater. The first OMEGA Seamaster 300 appeared in 1957. After more than a half century Omega reintroduces Seamaster 300, which is totally rebuilt and upgraded.


Under 41 mm case made of polished and brushed steel we can find antimagnetic, automatic Co-Axial 8400 movement. Black, ceramic bezel contains diving scale made using Liquidmetal, which is zirconium- based alloy, it provides great hardness and resistance against scratches and corrosion.
The sand-blasted black dial contrasts very well with “vintage” stylized Super-LumiNova and rhodium-plated time hands. At the front there is a scratch-resistant sapphire glass with the anti-reflective layer. Let’s back to the movement features. Co-Axial 8400 is a self-winding movement with a Co-Axial escapement for better precision and security. It has a power reserve of about 60 hours. It’s also resistant to the magnetic fields more than 15,000 gauss. I will mention that Rolex Milgauss provides just 1,000 gauss of magnetic fields resist, which is much less than Seamaster 300 provides. Movement elements are decorated with exclusive Geneva waves in arabesque. Next good feature about this watch is transparent case back, so we can literally see the whole Co-Axial 8400 movement. The water resistance is up to 300 meters.


The price of the watch is : $5,000