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The newest iteration of Omega's flagship Seamaster dive watch aims to aid in ocean conservancy efforts in partnership with Nekton, a non-profit research foundation based in the UK The foundation's "First Descent" project - a mission to explore and conserve the Indian Ocean that began in 2019 - sees the Swiss watchmaker participating in a supporting role Interrupted by the onset of COVID-19, the project is set to be restarted next year, but the new watch will be available shortly.
Said watch is the new Seamaster Diver 300M Nekton Edition, a 42mm stainless steel diver available on either a matching bracelet or a rubber dive strap Featuring a combination polished and brushed case with unidirectional titanium dive bezel and 300m of water resistance, the 300M sports a laser-ablated, matte-finished black ceramic dial with polished waves that appear in relief A combination of sword hands and oversized dot and rectangular indices keep the watch highly legible underwater.
Powering the watch is the Master Chronometer Calibre 8806, an anti-magnetic, automatic movement with 55 hours of power reserve The Nekton Edition should be available in October, and you can find more information on Omega's website. . More
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