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Seamaster 1948

There’s a strong vintage vibe to the Seamaster 1948 limited edition. Though the Seamaster is best-known for gracing Daniel Craig’s wrist as James Bond, it started life as a dress watch – a classic timepiece for formal wear that harnessed OMEGA’s WWII military watch technology for civilian use. The Seamaster 1948 channels that post-war look with a plain dial and old-school leather strap. It’s water-resistant to 60 metres and runs on a state-of-the-art Co-Axial movement.

Seamaster 1948
  1. Omega Limited Edition Seamaster 1948 Brown Leather Unisex Watch
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    Omega Limited Edition Seamaster 1948 Brown Leather Unisex Watch
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General Features

Hands: The deeper you dive, the darker it gets and there comes a need for highly visible watch hands. The originals were bold arrow hands but today’s collection features skeleton and military-style sword hands - and the lollipop seconds hand seen in Spectre.

Strap: Think of a robust diving watch and you might imagine an industrial look. The Seamaster, however, is one that can easily pass for a dress watch. Across the collection are sophisticated metal bracelets and classic leather straps alongside athletic styles.

Dial: The dials of the Seamaster collection are rarely plain and never boring. Many feature subtle laser engraving that replicate waves and there are, fittingly, more blue dials than any other collection. Striking mother-of-pearl styles also feature.