Today is the third and last portion in our arrangement of recordings entitled “The Seamaster Chronicles”. Following our two past motion pictures – the first zeroing in on the historical backdrop of the incredible Seamaster, and the subsequent one looking at how Omega figured out how to keep up the notorious status of this watch, even following 70 years of faithful support of lively gentlemen – it is currently an ideal opportunity to close the circle and take a look at the specialized perspectives behind the Seamaster. To do so we will inspect the most recent model, the Seamaster Diver 300M, a.k.a the James Bond watch. As we’ve found in this article , advancement and a spearheading soul have consistently been important for the model and this isn’t going to change.
Today, MONOCHROME offers you a guided visit to the establishments where most Omega watches are made, tried and guaranteed. We investigate the Biel-based, recently opened Omega Manufacture and inside the METAS Lab – right where Master Chronometer watches are seriously reviewed and tested.
Even however the new Omega Seamaster Diver 300M is the brand’s passage level proposition to jumpers and retails for “just” about EUR 4,500, what you’ll get in return for your well deserved cash is a genuinely specialized watch. You need an in-house development? That’s what you’ll have. You need the brand’s own co-pivotal escapement ? That’s included as well. Fired for the bezel loaded up with finish yet additionally laser-engraved fired with a wave design for the dial? That’s standard for the Diver 300M. A helium get away from valve? It wouldn’t be the SM300M without it. You need your watch to be exact? No concerns, it is something other than a chronometer… it is a Master Chronometer. You’re terrified of attractive fields? Don’t be, the Seamaster is safe up to 15,000 Gauss and highlights inventive enemy of magnetic materials for the vast majority of the movement’s parts (balance, get away from wheel, hairspring and the sky is the limit from there). The Seamaster Diver 300M is a compendium of bleeding edge innovation all around.
In this video, Omega’s Vice President of Procurement and Production, Andreas Hobmeier, clarifies how the Seamaster Diver 300M, similar to all as of late presented Omega watches, goes through a really noteworthy testing and ensuring technique – which works out positively past the COSC-affirmation necessities. They are tried in 6 situations, in different temperatures, in super attractive conditions and, in particular, it is the whole watch that is tried and not just the developments. To know more, follow us inside the Omega production to the METAS/Master Chronometer Lab and see what makes an Omega Seamaster 300M a particularly specialized watch. Appreciate the video!
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For more recordings “The Seamaster Chronicles”:
- Part 1, The History of the Omega Seamaster
- Part 2, How the Omega Seamaster Became an Icon?