For travelers and business people, the world timer stands out as an essential tool that simultaneously displays the time in multiple time zones. World timer watches were first developed in the early 20th century and continue to be redesigned and added to the collections of luxury Swiss watchmakers today. Omega is excited to announce the release of its new Seamster Aqua Terra Worldtimer 2023 Collection, featuring three distinct versions in two eye-catching colorways. Available in both stainless steel and a limited titanium edition, Omega's 43mm Aqua Terra case features a smooth bezel presented in PVD-treated green and brushed black ceramic.

Beauty lies in the center of Omega's high-detailed dial, where a vision of Earth viewed from above the North Pole is laser-etched with continents and colors on its surface. Circling the topographic map is a 24-hour indication divided into night and day sections. The names of all prominent locations surround the outer portion of the dial and are easily decipherable yellow gold and titanium. Supplying power to the travel-inspired Aqua Terra is Omega's in-house Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8938, which has met the highest standards of the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). The Aqua Terra Worldtimer comes on a bracelet or green cross-woven strap for the stainless steel version, while the titanium edition includes a black cross-woven strap. The new Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer 2023 Collection is currently available through an authorized dealer starting at $10,200.