Omega has an incredibly rich past when it comes to both design and technical innovation, and while everybody loves a Speedmaster, this is perhaps most true of the Seamaster family of watches. This year, the Seamaster is 70 years old, and Omega’s looking back to the designs of the very first year of the family for inspiration. The Seamaster 1948 Limited Editions are a vintage-enthusiast-friendly 38mm in diameter, but under the hood is some of the most up-to-date movement technology around. Let’s take a look at where these designs came from, and what the technology inside says about how Omega’s building for the future.
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