Omega New Products 2022

Omega is adding the Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep to its collection: the record-breaking watch made in 2019 for Victor Vescovo's The Five Deeps Expedition venture, which finally becomes standard. Water-resistant to an impressive 600 atmospheres (6,000 metres), the collection comprises seven models with 45.5 mm cases, including one with a titanium case and the others in O-MEGASTEEL, a new high-performance stainless steel alloy. The bezel has a ceramic insert and the movement used is the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8912 (25,200 vibrations per hour, 60-hour power reserve). Also new for the Speedmaster, which looks back to the past with the Speedmaster '57 (launched in 2013), which now returns with the use of the Omega calibre 9906 (28,800 vibrations per hour, 60-hour power reserve), a hand-wound mechanical movement with coaxial escapement and Master Chronometer certification. The profile of the 40.5 mm case has been made thinner, standing at 12.99 mm, and several versions are offered, including a very special one with a black sandwich dial with vintage SuperLuminova hands and hour markers. The other three editions have PVD dials in blue, green and burgundy. Finally, we would like to point out the launch of two new Speedmaster Moonwatches with cases in Moonshine gold: one with a dial in the same precious material, ceramic bezel ring and burnished counters and hour markers; the other with a green dial and ceramic bezel ring. Moonshine gold, launched by Omega in 2019, is a yellow gold alloy of a lighter shade than traditional 18-carat gold. The watch is driven by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 3861.

Prices12,300 euros (Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep); from 8,900 euros to 9,200 euros (Speedmaster '57); from 26,200 euros to 38,900 euros (Speedmaster Moonwatch in Moonshine gold).