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Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Nekton Edition Watch
£82.80 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 43.5mm
£152.40 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster 300 Co-Axial Master Chronometer 41mm
£155.25 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 44MM Watch
£140.85 per month on 0% finance
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Nekton Edition Watch
£87.15 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Watch
£68.25 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300 Chronometer 42mm Watch
£72.60 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 42mm Co-Axial Watch
£68.25 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial 43.5mm Watch
£108.90 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver Chronograph 300M 44mm Watch
£188.70 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 42mm Co-Axial Watch
£72.60 per month on 0% finance
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300 Chronometer 42mm Watch
£72.60 per month on 0% finance

Omega Seamaster Watches on 0% Finance

Given that Omega began creating the world’s first mass-produced movements in 1885, it is no surprise that the range of Omega Seamaster watches has continued the legacy of cutting-edge design and technology. Founded in 1848 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, by Louis Brandt, Omega developed a completely new watchmaking process whereby watches were able to be formed with interchangeable parts.

Omega watches have ‘recorded the planet’s history’ for over 170 years, offering the ultimate precision and performance in space, in the depths of the ocean and on the wrist of world leaders and explorers. Omega Seamaster watches date back to 1948 when the line debuted in celebration of Omega’s 100th anniversary and became an instant hit thanks to its capabilities. The range maintains the title of the brand’s oldest model. The first Seamaster watches were designed to be elegantly robust for active and adventurous individuals, broadly inspired by the waterproof timepieces made for the British Military.

During the decade of 1970, the Omega Marine Chronometer was certified as the very first wristwatch that was capable of undersea work. The durable functionality continues today and excels in all elements. This innovation is guaranteed in all Omega Seamaster watches and paired with an incredible accuracy that has led them to being named the first, and only, official timekeepers of the Olympic games.

Still in this decade, the Swiss watchmaker took the Seamaster range in a sportier and trendier direction by adding more diver-oriented features. These included calibrated rotating bezels, high-visibility dials and faces and chronograph functions. The models were manufactured with deeper water activities in mind and split the Seamaster line, characterised by water-resistant watches, into dressy styles and more rugged sporty timepieces.

Omega Seamaster watches have achieved international acclaim and iconic status due to their reputation for accuracy and water resistance. Of course, Omega ensures that their high standards of attractiveness and accuracy have been done in an ethical manner from start to finish.

Impressive Water Resistance Levels with Omega Seamaster Watches

Much like the similar Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean collection, the accuracy and reliability of the Omega Seamaster watches are further proven by the line’s C.O.S.C. chronograph certification, an accreditation from the official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute. This can be seen in diving watch models such as the Seamaster Bullhead Co-Axial, a piece re-issued as a limited edition from the inspiration of the 1969 iconic original. Sure to be a favourite amongst enthusiasts, the striking timepiece is presented on a black rubber strap, benefiting from anti-bacterial treatment.

Other movements, such as a self-winding automatic, can be experienced in watches like the Seamaster Ploprof 1200M, which also features an incredibly impressive water resistance of 1200m, as well as a locking diver’s bezel to prevent miscalculations on timing and automatic helium valve. This model is an ideal tool addition for the experienced diver.

A 300m water resistance is available in watches like the 300 Master Co-Axial, designed for divers and professionals that work underwater with a ceramic bezel equipped with a LiquidmetalTM diving scale. This is accompanied by a transparent caseback, making it possible to see the anti-magnetic Omega Master Co-axial calibre 8400 within. Our collection of Omega Seamaster watches are also capable of reaching a resistance depth of 600m, as seen with the Michael Phelps limited edition model; this piece boasts a self-winding automatic movement, co-axial escapement and C.O.S.C.-certified chronometer with a ceramic unidirectional bezel.

Innovative technology in the form of Super-LumiNovaTM has helped divers, underwater professionals and ocean enthusiasts alike to keep track of their time accurately. This technology, invented in 1993 in Japan, offers up to ten times more brightness than previous materials and is made from strontium aluminate-based photoluminescent pigments.

The Super-LumiNovaTM feature allows the display of a blue glowing light and a green minute hand and dot on the bezel for distinction and further accuracy. Most models are fashioned with a stainless-steel case for durability and versatility, making these timepieces ideal for both exploring the seas and wearing on a daily basis to less adventurous occasions.

Omega Seamaster and the Master Chronometer Certification

The Swiss luxury brand has always been proud to create innovative pieces with materials and technologies designed to push boundaries. Omega watches are known across the globe for their high standards of quality, performance, durability and accuracy, which is further proven by the Master Chronometer certification.

The Omega Seamaster timepieces face rigorous tests that ensure customers receive only the best when it comes to luxury watchmaking. This next-generation feature offers unmatched precision; the watches are tested once by C.O.S.C. with criteria of -4/+6 seconds per day, and then tested again by METAS with a precision criterion of 0/+5 seconds per day.

Another aspect that truly allows the Seamaster – as well as other collections, like the Globemaster watches – to stand out in the horological world is its anti-magnetic properties. Items such as mobile phones, laptops or metal clasps on handbags, for example, can disturb a watch’s magnetic field and impact its performance. What makes Omega the perfect choice for everyday wear is the fact that their pieces have been built with antimagnetic materials, such as silicone balance springs. This anti-magnetic feature also allows divers to take full advantage of the Omega Seamaster line.

In order to be classed as a Master Chronometer, watches like the ones in the Seamaster collection have to be durable and resistant to shock as well. When it comes to durability, you can expect your Omega watch to pass eight thorough tests that examine its power reserve and water-resistance. As for shock resistance, each model undergoes tests that are equivalent to 5,000G, ensuring that all complex mechanisms still retain their performance no matter what.

Omega has been raising the standards of watchmaking since their inception and the Seamaster is a stunning example of what the brand is capable of. Perfect for the water as well as the land, the collection is more than suitable for anyone passionate about life in the outdoors.

Famous Features of Omega Seamaster Watches

Omega Seamaster watches have adorned the wrists of some of the most famous James Bond actors, including Pierce Brosnan in GoldenEye and Daniel Craig in Casino Royale. In the Casino Royale movie, Craig wears the world-known Omega Planet Ocean and the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m, both first-class timepieces.

The Omega Diver 300m Co-Axial has featured in several James Bond movies, from Tomorrow Never Dies to Die Another Day. As a result, Omega have gained global acclaim from watch enthusiasts and fans of the films alike. Included in the range is the popular Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra – perfect for those who need a watch for everyday wear, for special events and the occasional dip in the water.

Aside from a life in film, this collection of Omega timepieces has been the choice of many famous explorers and pioneers as well. In relevance to the military requirements, it was based upon, the Omega Seamaster went on to be the watch of choice amongst military divers around the world, including the British Special Boat Service.

Perhaps one of the most notable achievements was the team of Jacques-Yves Cousteau using the Seamaster 300 during the ‘Precontinent II’ experiments in the Red Sea in the summer of 1963. This experiment served to prove that divers could live in a submerged saturated gas environment for long periods of time without adverse effects.

With an accuracy embedded in heritage, the Omega Seamaster watches are truly unmissable – and the perfect choice for even the harshest of environments.

Purchase an Omega Seamaster Watch Your Way

At Banks Lyon Jewellers, we want to make it easy for everyone to buy their Omega Seamaster at their convenience. That is why when you purchase with us, you purchase your way, be it online or instore. Whether you wish to buy a timepiece and pay all costs upfront or choose one of our flexible 0% finance monthly payment plan – which is available on all new pieces above £500 with a deposit starting from as little as 10% – you will get the same great authentic quality and service.

Perhaps you’re buying this as a gift for yourself or a loved one and cannot seem to decide on the perfect model; after all, with so many fantastic timepieces in the Seamaster line, narrowing them down to one can be challenging.

At Banks Lyon, we offer a personal shopper service to help you make the right decision; our team are experts in what they do and have a vast knowledge of Omega and all its watches, including the OMEGA Constellation, OMEGA Speedmaster and OMEGA Planet Ocean ranges, so you can expect great advice from them.

In addition, our Lancaster store manager, Myles Harrison, is also a Grand Ambassador for Omega, a very exclusive title not many achieve, so you know you are in good hands. Contact us today by calling 01524 297 011 or visit us in store in one of our Lancaster or Kendal showrooms to take your timepiece home today.