The Aqua Terra, like most of Omega’s entry level range that has been upgraded to include its Master Chronometer movements, is a fantastic watchmaking value. These Co-Axial calibers are among some of the most technologically advanced examples of mechanical watchmaking at scale that you are going to find anywhere. In its most basic form, this Aqua Terra model is $5,400 on a strap and $5,500 on a steel bracelet. When you consider that this watch, at $5,950, comes with both the strap (with end links upgraded from steel to 18k gold) and the bracelet, in addition to other accents that tie it to the Ryder Cup, this watch feels more like an honest olive branch to watch lovers who also love golf and less like your run-of-the-mill limited edition cash grab. The original Aqua Terra is a cool watch, and so is this guy.
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