Omega’s eponymous collection of Seamaster timepieces are as varied as they are capable, and no matter the occasion, chances are Omega makes a water-ready timepiece that’s right for you. Genuinely, the Swiss marque’s famed dive watches are available in so many different iterations that one could conceivably own several different variants from the same family of watches. With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at three versions of the Omega Seamaster that will look great on your wrist, no matter the occasion.
Omega Planet Ocean 600M Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 39.5mm
For a daily timepiece, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M presents as a pretty compelling proposition. For a start, the stainless steel sports watch’s 39.5mm case size lands it smack bang in the middle of the “Goldilocks zone”, ensuring that you can wear it with just about anything. Furthermore, the Planet Ocean’s uniformly black dial backs up the versatility of the case size, and gives the PO a great amount of bandwidth. And when you take into account that the Planet Ocean hosts Omega’s Calibre 8800 movement, which is not only self-winding but also master chronometer certified, magnetic resistant to 15,000 gauss and offers up 55 hours of power reserve, this genuinely does present itself as a “go-anywhere, do-anything” timepiece. $9250
Omega Aqua Terra 150M Master Co‑Axial 38.5mm
I know what you’re thinking: “There’s no way that an Omega Seamaster can be a great dress watch.” Well … you’re wrong, because the Omega Aqua Terra 150M Master Co‑Axial, resplendent with its solid 18k yellow gold 38.5mm case, would be an excellent timepiece to don when the double monks and the pocket squares come out to play. Sitting behind the domed sapphire crystal, which has been given an anti‑reflective treatment on both sides, the champagne dial of the Aqua Terra is positively arresting, and perfectly complements the dressy savoir-faire of the yellow gold case. $22,600
Omega Ploprof 1200M Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 55 X 48mm
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, a wristwatch for the weekend needs to be good fun – it can’t take itself too seriously, and Omega’s prolific Ploprof certainly doesn’t do that. This particular example, complete with its bright white dial, blue bezel and signature orange accents, offers up superlative weekend vibes. $16,150