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Men's Aqua Terra | Ceramic Red | Omega Watch Collection


The Omega Aqua Terra is a family of sporty yet elegant watches under the Omega Seamaster line. Introduced in 2002, it was created as an everyday watch that could withstand depths of up to 150m. Its sophisticated design combines smooth bezels and nautical "teak concept" dials, inspired by the wooden decks on luxury yachts. Aside from various complications on offer, there are a wealth of styles available, from steel, gold, and titanium cases, to metal, rubber, and leather bracelets. With their combined versatility and robustness, Omega Aqua Terra watches easily slip into any role. Explore our wide selection of Omega Aqua Terra watches for men and women at

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The Omega Aqua Terra is part of the larger Seamaster collection, a line of water-resistant sport watches that pay homage to the brand’s maritime heritage. While the Seamaster line has been produced since 1948, it was in 2002 that the Aqua Terra was born.

Sitting between the ruggedly sporty Seamaster 300M and the professional-grade Planet Ocean 600M, the Aqua Terra was created to meet the need for a robust yet elegant watch that could withstand contact with water. With its smooth case and bezel, and the iconic “teak concept” lines that run across its dial, it echoes the modern sailing lifestyle.

The Aqua Terra is just as sophisticated in engineering as it is in design. Modern models feature both 150m water resistance and impressive antimagnetic resistance up to 15,000 gauss. The collection also has a wide array of complications on offer – from chronographs to world timers.

Balancing function, sport, and elegance, there’s an Omega Aqua Terra watch for every need. Explore our collection of Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watches at


The Omega Aqua Terra made its debut as the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M watch in 2002. It was immediately positioned as a daily wearer, one that has the elegance of dress watches and the durability of diver’s watches. It achieves both with its streamlined case, smooth bezel, and a beautifully patterned dial that recalls the wooden decks in yachts.

Although it boasts of a 150m water resistance, thanks to its screw-down crown and case back, it’s a contemporary daily wearer that can be worn for just about any occasion.

The first generation of Omega Aqua Terra models were equipped with the Calibre 2500 movement, an ETA based caliber with a Co-Axial escapement. Quartz models were also made available, particularly for the ladies watches. It achieved a modern feel with a smooth polished case and bezel, as well as a clean dial with tapered hour markers and a date window at 3 o’clock.

By 2008, Omega upgraded the movement of the Aqua Terra to the then new in-house developed and manufactured Omega Calibre 8500 movement. This equipped the timepiece with a quick adjusting jumping hour hand and longer 60-hour power reserve. Aside from that, the now iconic teak pattern dial also made its first appearance. Inspired by the wooden decks of yachts, these vertical patterns added a nautical aesthetic to the Aqua Terra.

In 2013, Omega would yet again make another revolutionary step. Omega spent years developing their Calibre 8505 movement – one that was capable of resisting magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gauss. They introduced it to the Aqua Terra line with reference, thus making it one of the world’s most antimagnetic watches at the time.

It was also with this generation that Omega introduced complications to the line such as chronograph, Day-Date, GMT and Annual Calendar.

The current generation of Omega Aqua Terra watches was introduced in 2017, and is marked by more observable aesthetic changes. First is the switch from vertical teak patterns on the dial to horizontal ones. They also moved the date window from 3 o’clock to 6. Moreover, they did away with the crown guards, replaced the standard crown with more conical ones, and redesigned the metal bracelet and rubber straps to be more integrated with the case.

In recent years, Omega has also introduced the Worldtimer edition, and the Ultra Light – the first Omega model to be made in Gamma Titanium.

Currently, all Omega Aqua Terra models have METAS-certified calibers and are equipped with the latest antimagnetic technology (up to 15,000 gauss). It remains expansive with its selection of sizes, metals, and dial colors – solidifying its position as an everyday, all-occasion timepiece.


The Omega Aqua Terra is one of the most comprehensive collections from the brand. All models have the distinct sporty-elegant aesthetic and 150M water resistance of the original, and yet Omega has also expanded the selection to include a myriad of sizes, finishes, and even metal bands.

The addition of complications have also made the Omega Aqua Terra even more reliable. Here are the sub-collections within the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra line:

Omega Aqua Terra 150M
The classic time-and-date edition of the Aqua Terra features a dress and sport watch aesthetic. A smooth case and bezel, date window at 3 or 6 o’clock, and teak patterns on the dial characterize this modern classic. Newer models also feature more vivid dial colors, adding to the line’s appeal.

Size: 38mm or 41mm
Metals: steel, 18k yellow and rose gold, two-tone steel and yellow or rose gold
Bracelet: steel, rubber or leather
Movement: Omega Co-Axial Calibre 8800 automatic (38mm) or Calibre 8900 (41mm)

Omega Aqua Terra Chronograph
The chronograph complication was introduced to the Aqua Terra line in 2009 and later upgraded in 2013. The first generation of the Aqua Terra Chronograph featured 42mm cases and chronograph subdials on a smooth dial. Subdials displayed running seconds counter, 30-minute, and 12-hour counters.

It was with the 2013 edition that the teak pattern was added to the Aqua Terra Chronograph, bringing it in line with the rest of the collection. Case size was also increased to 44mm. Inside, the movement was upgraded to the Caliber 3313, bringing with it a Co Axial escapement and a longer 52-hour power reserve.

Size: 42mm or 44mm
Metals: steel, 18k rose gold, two-tone steel and rose gold
Bracelet: steel, rubber or leather
Movement: Omega Calibre 3301 (2009 editions) and Omega Calibre 3313 (2013 onwards)

Omega Aqua Terra GMT Chronograph
The Omega Aqua Terra GMT Chronograph was introduced in the same year as the chronograph. While in line with the rest of the collection with its teak dial, it also noticeably featured two subdials – a running seconds register with a GMT hand at 9, and a 60-minute and 12-hour counter at 3 o’clock. The date window at 6 o’clock balances the layout..

In 2019, it was upgraded from Calibre 8605 to 9605, which comes with a METAS certification and second time zone feature.

Size: 43mm
Metals: steel, 18k rose gold, two-tone steel and rose gold
Bracelet: steel, two tone steel and rose gold, or leather
Movement: OMEGA Master Co-Axial calibre 9605

Omega Aqua Terra GMT
The Omega Aqua Terra GMT combines the easily recognizable design of the Aqua Terra 150M with a GMT function, used through the 24-hour track on the dial and a GMT hand that completes its rotation around the dial in 24 hours.

Size: 43mm
Metals: steel, 18k rose gold, two-tone steel and rose gold
Bracelet: steel, two tone steel and rose gold, or leather
Movement: OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 8615

Omega Aqua Terra Annual Calendar
The Omega Aqua Terra Annual Calendar features the classic look of the 150M and adds both the date window and day of the week at 3 o’clock.

Size: 38.5mm and 43mm
Metals: steel, 18k rose gold, two-tone steel and rose gold
Bracelet: steel, two tone steel and rose gold, or leather
Movement: OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 8601

Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer
The Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer made its debut in 2017 with a limited-edition model in 950 platinum, to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Aqua Terra line. Three years later, Omega introduced a standard production Aqua Terra Worldtimer in stainless steel and Sedna gold, which appears in the collection today.

The current editions come with a beautiful blue dial – at the center of which, is a laser-ablated titanium world map, made of a grade 5 titanium plate that has been laser-sculpted to create the crystal blue ocean and the relief engravings of the world’s major land masses. This is surrounded by a 24-hour scale that revolves over the day and a superbly executed outer ring that depicts the 24 major cities in the world.

Size: 38.5mm and 43mm
Metals: platinum (limited edition) and steel or 18k rose gold
Bracelet: steel, rose gold, or rubber
Movement: OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 8938

Omega Aqua Terra Ultra Light
The Omega Aqua Terra Ultra Light is the first Omega watch made of Gamma Titanium, a robust yet lightweight material used in the aeronautical industry. The dial also makes use of sandblasted grade 5 titanium dial featuring the iconic Aqua Terra stripes. Due to the use of this material, the timepiece weighs just 55 grams complete with its fabric strap attached.

Size: 41mm
Movement: OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8928 Ti (Omega’s first movement made using titanium)

Limited Editions
As one would expect from Omega, there are special editions and collaborations under the Seamaster Aqua Terra line – particularly those made for the Olympics.

In keeping with tradition, Omega presents special edition watches dedicated to this major sporting event. Omega’s wonderfully creative designs echo the theme of each Olympic event, and honor the culture of the host country, making them highly collectible models. Some of the most popular Olympic editions of the Aqua Terra were the Pyeongyang 2018 Winter Games, Tokyo 2020 Games, and Beijing 2022 Winter Games editions.


Omega uses a 14-digit product identification codes (PIC for short) to document the manufacture and sale of their models. Every digit of this number denotes a characteristic of the watch, such as the collection, metal used, size, and other properties.

The PIC can de deciphered as follows: AAA.BB.CC.DD.EE.FFF

AAA – the first three digits denote the collection or family of watches. Below are the respective numbers for the Seamaster collections:

210 / 212Seamaster Diver 300M
215Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M
220Seamaster Aqua Terra/Railmaster
225Seamaster Bullhead
227Seamaster PloProf
233 / 234Seamaster 300
511Seamaster 1948 editions

BB – The fourth and fifth digits represent the case and the strap or bracelet material; For example, 10 means the watch comes in a stainless steel case paired with a steel bracelet.

10Steel case and bracelet
11Steel + Other metal
12Steel + Non-metal
13Steel + Non-metal (CITES)
15Steel Paved case and bracelet
16Steel Paved + Other metal
17Steel Paved + Non-metal
18Steel Paved + Non-metal (CITES)
20Steel/Gold case and bracelet
21Steel/Gold + Other metal
22Steel/Gold + Non-metal
23Steel/Gold + Non-metal (CITES)
25Steel/Gold Paved case and bracelet
26Steel/Gold Paved + Other metal
27Steel/Gold Paved + Non-metal
28Steel/Gold Paved + Non-metal (CITES)
30Steel/Other case and bracelet
31Steel/Other + Other metal
32Steel/Other + Non-metal
33Steel/Other + Non-metal (CITES)
35Steel/Other Paved case and bracelet
36Steel/Other Paved + Other metal
37Steel/Other Paved + Non-metal
38Steel/Other Paved + Non-metal (CITES)
50Gold case and bracelet
51Gold + Other metal
52Gold + Non-metal
53Gold + Non-metal (CITES)
55Gold Paved case and bracelet
56Gold Paved + Other metal
57Gold Paved + Non-metal
58Gold Paved + Non-metal (CITIES)
60Gold/Other case and bracelet
61Gold/Other + Other metal
62Gold/Other + Non-metal
63Gold/Other + Non-metal (CITES)
65Gold/Other Paved case and bracelet
66Gold/Other Paved + Other metal
67Gold/Other Paved + Non-metal
68Gold/Other Paved + Non-metal (CITES)
90Other Material case and bracelet
91Other Material + Other metal
92Other Material + Non-metal
93Other Material + Non-metal (CITES)
95Other Material Paved case and bracelet
96Other Material Paved + Other metal
97Other Material Paved + Non-metal
98Other Material Paved + Non-metal (CITES)

CC – represents the case diameter, rounded up to the next digit.

DD – the eighth digit or the first “D” represents the type of movement used. It denotes the nature of the caliber - for example, whether it is a chronograph or a co-axial chronograph.

The ninth digit or the second “D” represents the number of complications on the watch, or the numbers of features beyond the hour, minute, second, and date.

1Mechanical chronometer
2Mechanical (Co-Axial)
3Mechanical chronograph
4Mechanical chronograph chronometer
5Mechanical chronograph (Co-Axial)

EE – represents the color or material of the dial. For example, 01 means it has a black dial.

05White mother-of-pearl
07Coloured mother-of-pearl
10Other colour
51Black + precious stones
52Silver + precious stones
53Blue + precious stones
54White + precious stones
55White mother-of-pearl + precious stones
56Gray + precious stones
57Coloured mother-of-pearl + precious stones
58Champagne + precious stones
59Ivory + precious stones
60Other colour + precious stones
61Red + precious stones
62Yellow + precious stones
63Brown + precious stones
99Fully Paved/special materials

FFF – the last three digits represents the watch’s sequence out of the total production.


The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is the perfect balance between a sports watch, daily wearer, and a sophisticated timepiece. Here are the most frequently asked questions about the Omega Aqua Terra line:


Introduced in 2002, the Omega Aqua Terra is part of the larger family of Seamaster watches. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is a cross between a dress watch and a sport watch, with a water resistance rating of 150 meters. Key characteristics of Aqua Terra watches include smooth round cases, smooth bezels, and in most models, teak pattern dials with horizontal or vertical grooves that mimic the wooden decks of luxury yachts.

Aside from the standard time and date models, Omega has also introduced complicated models like chronograph GMTs, annual calendars, day-dates, and world timers.


The Aqua Terra has a water resistance of 150 meters. In addition to this, newer models (post 2017) are powered by the Master Chronometer movement of Omega. These movements are noted for having passed 8 rigorous tests of the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology, including resistance to magnetic fields.


Omega generally recommends having your watch’s water resistance checked once a year, then having a complete service performed every 5 to 8 years.

Your watch’s service frequency would all depend on how often it’s used and how well it is stored. If a watch is worn during diving, it’s crucial to maintain its level of water resistance, which can be affected by aged gaskets or by accidental shocks.

There can be some telltale signs that your watch needs maintenance even before this period. Here are Signs It’s Time for Watch Maintenance.