The first Omega Seamaster design was modeled after the waterproof watches made for the British military during World War II. Equipped with an O-ring gasket, it had improved water resistance and was even dubbed “waterproof” at the time, even with a 10-30 meter depth rating.
Over the next decades, Omega designed new and sportier models that were designed for deeper water activities, like diving, and needed depth ratings of at least 100 meters. Today, there’s an Omega Seamaster for everyone – from casual, everyday watches, to specialized and more rugged styles.
Let’s check out the current models of the Omega Seamaster.