Who’s not a devotee of the Omega Seamaster 300M?

I surmise there are some of you out there. Particularly bad-to-the-bone Speedmaster fans. I get it; the Seamaster 300M assortment isn’t pretty much as homogenous as the Speedmaster’s. Yet, I surmise this is important for its appeal. It incorporates watches that actually look incredible 25 years after they initially showed up on James Bond’s wrist in Goldeneye (1995). Obviously, over the long haul, they changed a considerable amount, yet the huge highlights continued as before. In this way, I thought the time had come to take the new Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph for a turn. For this situation, the turn is, as you probably are aware, seven days on the wrist. Is it going to wear substantial following a couple of days, or will I be charmed with it? We will see. Despite the fact that I have an inclination after the week is finished, I might not have any desire to take it off my wrist.

Seamaster 300M Chronograph

We have covered different models of the Seamaster 300M previously. I composed an article about James Bond looks too. This watch has a superb spot on that rundown as well. In 2018 Omega revived the Seamaster 300M line, and, a year ago, they delivered the chronograph adaptations. This is the specific watch I’m going to take on a week’s ride. At the point when we talk about the 300M, we often fail to remember the way that there is a chronograph variant of this famous watch. Without a doubt, it never made it to the wrist of Her Majesty’s Secret Agent, however this doesn’t detract from its sparkle. Notable New Zealand yachtsman, America’s Cup Winner, and Omega represetative Sir Peter Blake wore it before his inauspicious demise. The Seamaster 300M Chronograph has been available for very nearly 30 years, and this most recent version is similarly however beguiling as the first might have been back in 1993.


In 2018 during the last Baselworld worth joining in (as Swatch Group was all the while showing), we saw the most recent renditions of the Seamaster 300M line. We covered them in those days, obviously. After a year, at the first Time to Move occasion, Omega revealed the following group, and those were the invigorated Seamaster 300M Chronograph models. This rundown incorporated my watch just as eight different models. Steel, two-tone, or Sedna gold cases with coordinating wristbands or elastic lashes. The dial tones are black, silver, blue, and on account of the Sedna form, black, and gold. It is for all intents and purposes unthinkable not to locate a most loved execution from the setup; the assortment is simply so tremendous. I’m a basic person, so I went with the steel case, black dial rendition on a black elastic tie. It’s an incredible and adaptable combo, I think.

Wrist presence

What do you think the main response is of any individual who sees the Seamaster 300M Chronograph on the wrist? Goodness, that’s an extensive watch! With its 44mm case, 17.2mm thickness, and 52.2mm carry to-drag length that perception is not really lost. It in reality is a huge piece. In any case, on the elastic tie, the weight isn’t upsetting in any way. Indeed, you feel that there is an excellent piece of metal tied to your wrist, yet it’s not very unbalanced or distressingly lumbering. Also, a watch that has a water obstruction of 300m must have a tough case. Besides, in spite of the fact that it doesn’t need to do much with the size, the Seamaster 300M Chronograph is against attractive and has a showcase case back. Not very ratty for a diver.

The Look

You can locate the standard jumping watch includes on it. The Helium Valve at 10 o’clock, a fired unidirectional turning bezel, and wide files with Super-Luminova covering. One thing I love about the Seamaster 300M Chronograph is the way that Omega kept a similar style sword hands as you’d find on the 1993 models. In general the watch doesn’t look that changed. Of course, it has grown somewhat, the materials utilized in it are more contemporary, and the development is further developed (more about that beneath). In any case, the general look has not changed a lot. The bezel, the dial plan, the pusher, or the hands referenced above are largely qualities of the old model. Where you see the development is the chronograph sub-dials. The early form had a 6-9-12 format because of the ETA 7750 development that Omega utilized in those models. Later forms included the 3-6-9 format — AKA grinning dial.

For this new form, Omega worked on the look. They moved the 12-hour and the 60-minute sub-dials into one at the 3 o’clock position. While the running seconds sub-dial stayed at the 9 o’clock position. There are two little sub-dial surrenders one another, one showing the minutes while the more limited hand under is intended to give you the slipped by hours.


The central core of my watch-for seven days is likewise something unprecedented. The Seamaster 300M Chronograph has Omega’s type 9900 beating inside. As you’d anticipate from a Seamaster 300M chronograph model, we are discussing a programmed development. The 9900, nonetheless, is more or less progressed with a silicon balance spring, section wheel component, Co-Axial escapement, a 60-hour power hold, and 54 (!) Jewels. The watch is a METAS-affirmed Master Chronometer and impervious to attractive fields up to 15,000 Gauss. It isn’t just a fabulous development however a wonder as well. The 9900 has rhodium plating with Geneva wave design in arabesque. Much the same as each new Omega watch, this one additionally comes with a 5-year guarantee. Indeed, I think this is a quite decent bundle our companions in Biel set up. This will be entertaining. However, as I said, I might not have any desire to take it off. If you need to look at Omega’s site, if it’s not too much trouble, visit .