OMEGA Worldtimer Review

Before you buy the Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer, you must watch this!

Chris goes in depth with the new Omega Aqua Terra Worldtimer and offers his humble opinion!


– Anti‑magnetic
– Automatic watch
– Chronometer
– Date
– Master Chronometer Certified
– Screw‑in crown
– Transparent case back

– Between lugs: 21 mm
– Bracelet: rubber strap
– Case: Steel
– Case diameter: 43 mm
– Dial color: Blue
– Crystal: Domed scratch‑resistant sapphire crystal with anti‑reflective treatment on both sides
– Water resistance: 15 bar (150 metres / 500 feet)

DESCRIPTION This 43 mm Worldtimer model includes a polished case in stainless steel which is integrated with the structured blue rubber strap via a solid polished link. The exterior section of the dial is sun-brushed blue and includes vertical teak stripes and a circle of global destinations printed in red (GMT), silvery (+1h in summer) and blue (places without daylight savings). The centre of the dial contains a 24-hour glass ring, with light blue to indicate daytime and dark blue to indicate night. The vision of Earth is created on a grade 5 titanium plate. This has been laser-ablated to create the blue ocean, leaving a relief of the continents. The contrasting colours of the Earth’s surface are obtained naturally by the laser’s chemical reaction. Inside, the Worldtimer is driven by the Master Chronometer Calibre 8938.