Seamaster 300 Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer 39 mm – The 1957 Trilogy

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Technical specifications

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds

Movement

  • Self Winding/Automatic
  • Manufactured
  • Swiss Made

Case

  • Round
  • Stainless steel
  • Brushed & Polished
  • 39.00mm

Glass

  • Sapphire

Water resistance

  • 30.00atm / 300.00m / 1000.00ft

Buckle

  • Deployment Buckle
  • Stainless steel

Strap

  • Stainless steel

Year

  • 2017

Official description

A 60th Anniversary tribute to one of three classic timepieces released in 1957, this Seamaster 300, limited to 3,557 pieces, is based on the CK2913 and retains the Naïad sign on the crown, which back in '57 was a mark of the watch's exceptional water resistance, as well as the 1957 Seahorse on the caseback.

In common with all three watches in the Trilogy, it is cased in brushed and polished stainless steel and features a black 'tropical' dial, with vintage indexes slightly deepened to allow filling with Super-LumiNova.

The stainless steel bracelet has been updated for strength and features a retro-style OMEGA logo on the clasp. It is powered by the Master Chronometer 8806.

By Marco Gabella
Co-Founder - Executive Publisher

In order to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the master series launched in 1957, Omega is proposing 3 re-issues of the absolutely iconic Speedmaster, Seamaster 300 and Railmaster. Although the Speedmaster was unanimously heralded and praised by aficionados, I have a personal preference for the Seamaster 300.

Of the 3 re-issues of the 1957 models, it's the one with the most remarkable choice of materials and finishes for me. With its 'Naiad' symbol at 12 o'clock on the crown and indices reminiscent of superluminova-flecked tropical dials, as if ravaged by age and time, this watch appears to have stepped straight out of the past. But despite the clear reference to the original model, this supremely functional diver offers all the advantages of an Omega chronometer, with its co-axial escapement and amagnetic movement, all of which meets the new meta-standards now applied by Omega (Master Chronometer).   

OMEGA 1957 Trilogy Limited Edition – Baselworld 2017