If you know about Omega watches you most likely know the Omega Seamaster as well. It is one of the most popular and best-selling lines in the Swiss watchmaker’s regarded index. This collection has been even more popularized by Hollywood’s leading films and famous people throughout the decades. Here is the list of the most popular Omega Seamaster models worn by famous actors and athletes.
The “James Bond” Seamaster Diver 300m
You might’ve seen photos of Seamaster’s on Instagram, the chances are altogether worthy, you’ve gone over this show-stopper. Brosnan extensively took 007 from Rolex to Omega in the 1995 film Goldeneye with a quartz structure (Reference 2541.80) that has the rapidly unquestionable helium escape from the valve at the ten o’clock position and a wave plan on its blue dial. The switch appeared to be great as Omega was what authorities of Britain’s Royal Navy were wearing by then.
Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean
This is another that owes a portion of its notoriety to famous people. Entertainers George Clooney and Tom Hardy have been spotted wearing Planet Oceans, as has Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps. Daniel Craig wears one both off-screen and he wore one in the opening of the Bond film Casino Royale.
With a presentation in 2005, the Planet Ocean has less history than its antecedent, the Diver 300m, yet offers an advanced message from Omega about its promise to biologically stable seas.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Diver 43.5mm, seemingly one of the most famous sections in the effectively well-known line, copies its antecedent’s water obstruction with a rating of up to 600 meters (as you may have speculated by its name).
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
Here’s the place we get into something of an undefined territory with Seamasters and their jump watch accreditations. Valid, the Aqua Terra was worked for plunging. As most beginner plunges won’t take you really near the watch’s 150-meter profundity rating, it covers most submerged needs. Be that as it may, the watch has a dressy side it’s not modest to show.
Fitted on a fine cowhide tie this watch feels more comfortable in an upscale bistro than along the Great Barrier Reef. With spotless, straightforward case lines and an uncluttered dial, the Aqua Terra radiates a more cosmopolitan vibe than your normal instrument watch.
It’s likewise appropriate for land as a movement watch, with a 24-hour GMT hand for following diverse time zones. The two its flexibility and its capacity to spruce up loans to its prevalence. We should give another gesture of support from James Bond. Daniel Craig wears an Aqua Terra in Skyfall, yet instead of scuba gear, he fittingly combines the watch with an architect suit.