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Yummm...... rich sedna gold with striking blue dial makes for a good all-arounder in my mind!

 
 By: DouglasM : July 29th, 2021-19:57
Seriously considering pulling the trigger for this Aqua Terra; aside from the sheer beauty (to my eyes), a few things checks the boxes:

Red gold (Omega's 'Sedna' that keeps its color)
41mm in diameter and 13mm thick
blue dial(!)
18k sedna hands and indices, all brushed nicely
brushed and polished finishes on the case
Master coax movement, dependable and amagnetic
18k sedna rotor and balance bridge is a nice touch!
18k link segments in rubber strap and deployant


Things I'm not crazy about.......
that rubber strap is a bit too busy
the price surcharge over a steel model; but it is gold after all

Curious to hear your thoughts, as always!

Stay well!

Douglas

ps: pictures borrowed from the 'net








I'm always partial to steel

 
 By: mhz vph : July 29th, 2021-20:02
If the option is there, especially for something ‘sporty’ like this. But other than that I think it’s a fabulous choice. A distinctive design executed well, with a very exciting movement to boot.


Quite a coincidence we posted about Seamaster chronometers, vintage . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 29th, 2021-20:13
. . . and current, mere moments apart.

smile

Enamored of modern Seamasters in general and Aqua Terra annual calendars in particular.  The SM you're contemplating is a study in contrast between its red gold case and blue dial.  It works on a casual level, even if the surroundings you're in are formal (e g, the pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel). 

Here's a watch . . .





. . . Sedna was made for.  Like we say in pool tournaments, "If you're going to go for it, go big."

smile


i like the aqua terras

 
 By: Dchang81 : July 29th, 2021-20:32
the world timer is great.  but yes the rolex style near quadrupling of the price for gold is a bit much for me.

Aqua terra is a great watch in any guise and blue and gold work so well together.

 
 By: 111forza : July 29th, 2021-21:47
And that strap is a real comfy fit.

I think this a great Omega reference!

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : July 29th, 2021-22:33

That is a stunner

 
 By: afaleh : July 29th, 2021-23:01
Seriously beautiful and a great value for money in my opinion. Omegas rose gold mix is unique and long lasting, and the blue dial combination offer more pretty per buck than any watch I can name.

I personally enjoy looking at gold watches with blue dials but just can’t imagine myself wearing one. If you have the self confidence to pull it off with the appropriate swagger don’t hesitate

Thanks, hopefully I have the swagger! ;) I do think that this color blue is easier to pull off than some

 
 By: DouglasM : July 30th, 2021-17:20

The right choice

 
 By: Weems@8 : July 30th, 2021-05:10
Take the plunge.

Very nice AT that i like very much.
I have a weak spot for Omega, so if money is no problem than get it!

Blue, Sedna, nice dial design, it’s one of my favorite AT’s.

The WT comes anyway into my collection.

The strap is gorgeous, i am a fan of Omega rubber.
Feels like silk.

So Douglas, make me happy get the watch.

I like this one a lot!

 
 By: jlux : July 30th, 2021-08:47
A gold watch that wears well for all occasions.
And I like this rubber strap !!

I agree, it seems to be a watch to wear with a variety of things; especially now that dress codes have loosened a bit in the last few years

 
 By: DouglasM : July 30th, 2021-17:19

Id buy this in steel or another SM in gold. I think the PO line uses the gold a bit nicer, given the huge premium.

 
 By: Reuven Malter : July 30th, 2021-12:47

The PO is a really nice one in Sedna Gold, but the increased size and thickness causes me to pause

 
 By: DouglasM : July 30th, 2021-17:19

There is a 39.5 with brown dial, 14.5 mm thick. Still pretty thick though

 
 By: Reuven Malter : July 30th, 2021-17:43

SS would make for a better daily wearer but there is no denying that this RG model is a beauty 👍

 
 By: holdemchamp1225 : July 30th, 2021-19:10