The new Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold model will be the first Omega timepiece to be created from the patent-pending alloy.

As if the Omega Seamaster 300 collection wasn't already impressive enough, the watchmaker has just announced a new model made with Bronze Gold. This new patent-pending alloy is remarkably eye-catching. It can be found across the entire case and buckle where it blends beautifully with brown ceramic touches. TO create the new one-of-a-kind allow, Omega combined elements like gold, palladium and silver in order to end up with a color that sits between their 18K Moonshine gold and 18K Sedna gold. Also, Omega notes that this alloy is perfectly safe for skin contact thanks to its composition and it also offers "incomparable corrosion resistance." It seems Omega made sure this is one watch that can be worn for years without showing any signs of aging. As for its movement, it features the proven Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912 that is self-winding in both directions and offers a power reserve of 60 hours.

The new Omega Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold will be available starting in June 2021 with a price of $11,600. Learn more by clicking here. Also, be sure to check out the new Hublot Classic Fusion Orlinski in Blue Ceramic.

Source: Omega