White Lacquered Dial Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet Replica Watch

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet

The white lacquered dial Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet Replica Watch is extremely clean, and the facetted blue hands are reminiscent of a Dauphine styling. The dial shares similar features with the smaller version, but includes a GMT hand with an applied red aluminum tip. With the upcoming film, Terra, the focus is now on two new wildlife conservation efforts in Botswana and a portion of the proceeds from this watch collection will go towards funding these works.

Even so, the new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Replica Watch will come in a 38.5mm version as well as a larger 43mm GMT model, and they look handsome as ever. What started as a conservation effort with the 2012 documentary film Planet Ocean, has now grown to include a new extension aimed at highlighting the fragile relations that we humans have with the animal kingdom.

Starting with a sturdy, grade 5 titanium 38.5mm body, the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet is certainly nautically themed, and the applied blue indexes are gorgeous. In fact, two new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watches are released this year. What is of note, however, is that a METAS Certified Master Chronometer-rated movement is not yet available in the Aqua Terra watches.

This Omega Seamaster Replica Watch is powered by a Master Co-Axial 8500, a familiar albeit increasingly dated movement. The 8500 boasts 26 jewels and runs at 25,200 vph (3.5Hz) and has a 60-hour power reserve. The antimagnetic properties of the Master Co-Axial series ensure a resistance of 15,000 gauss. In regards to water resistance, we are looking at 150M.

The larger Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet GMT model is 43mm wide and features the Omega Master Co-Axial Calibre 8605 movement.

The movement is visible through the case back which holds a domed sapphire crystal. Since Omega Replica Watch is a special edition, it is also engraved with a varnished blue “GoodPlanet Foundation.” This movement has 38 jewels and also operates at 24,200 vph (3.5Hz) with a 60-hour power reserve.