When it comes to the entry-way of versatile luxury sports watches, it seems Rolex has cornered the market with their OP series… and it’s a shame when you consider other options that offer much more watch for much less money.
Enter the Omega Aqua Terra:
This AT has a gorgeous deep blue dial, with groove texture running throughout- along with a tasteful color matched date complication at the 6 o’clock.
The handset is sharp, and everything is quite legible.
- You’re getting a 150M WR, with a threaded crown
- 41 x 47.7mm case
- 13.6mm thickness
- Sapphire crystal
- 60 hr PR
- Automatic in-house Cal.8900
The specs are incredible for a luxury watch that one would wear day to day in a multitude of scenarios.
Swimming, in a board meeting, perhaps a formal night out, or even a casual night in- these Aqua Terras are incredibly versatile and feel right at home.
So, why is it better than Rolex’s OP line?
- More detail
- Better finishing
- Display caseback
- 150m WR opposed to rolex’s 100m
- Truly innovative
- The Omega Aqua Terra is the first watch to be resistant to magnetic fields reaching up to 15,000 Gauss.
- Oh, and did I mention you can find these for like… half the price of a Rolex OP?