the seamaster aqua terra 150m "goodplanet"
The Aqua Terra "GoodPlanet" is built from robust grade 5 titanium, and stands out for its use of the ocean’s colour. This is found on the applied blue indexes, OMEGA logo, and facetted blued hands, all placed upon a lacquered white dial. Unlike other Aqua Terra models, these watches do not feature the typical teak design.
LAUNCH OF TERRA
Following the award-winning Planet Ocean film, OMEGA and GoodPlanet Foundation proudly release their next documentary entitled TERRA. Announced in November at the COP21 Summit in Paris, the film looks at the critical and fragile relationship between humans and animals.
"A tribute to the human race, clearly showing that we are still capable of changing our future, just by looking differently at life."
TIME DEDICATED TO OUR EARTH
The GoodPlanet Foundation and OMEGA have helped to raise awareness of environmental issues all around the world while also encouraging sustainable development. Through award-winning documentaries and worthwhile projects, the partnership continues to make a valuable difference.
In the 43 mm model, powered by OMEGA’s Master Co-Axial Calibre 8605, the dial features a GMT 24-hour display with a red tipped GMT hand. Also available with a blue coated nylon fabric strap with white stitching on brushed foldover clasp.
The second model, driven by OMEGA’s Master Co-Axial Calibre 8500, has a diameter of 38.5 mm and places its date window at 3 o'clock. Also available with a polished-brushed Omega patented screw-and-pin bracelet with butterfly clasp.
"And to help continue the charity’s work, OMEGA will donate a portion of the sales proceeds to a new wildlife project in Botswana."
On these timepieces, the movement is visible through a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal on the caseback. This reverse side also features engravings that include the unique "GOODPLANET FOUNDATION" in varnished blue.
OMEGA & TERRA
Explore the many ways OMEGA makes a difference, from eco projects in Africa and Indonesia to the co-production of thought-provoking documentaries, including Yann Arthus-Bertrand's latest film TERRA.