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As the world’s best athletes prepare for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the event’s Official Timekeeper has already produced two winning performances on the wrist. These OMEGA Seamaster timepieces are a perfect celebration of the upcoming sporting event.


Seamaster Aqua Terra “Tokyo 2020” Limited Edition

Just like the athletes at the Olympic Games, the Seamaster Aqua Terra performs beautifully on both land and water. For this 41 mm stainless steel model, OMEGA has introduced the collection’s first ceramic dial.

The ceramic dial is polished blue and includes a laser-engraved pattern inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem. This is complemented by rhodium-plated hands and indexes.

With just 2,020 pieces available, each Limited Edition number is found on the caseback, along with a transferred Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem on the sapphire crystal glass. Inside, the OMEGA Master Chronometer calibre 8900 powers the watch.

“The watch comes on a structured blue rubber strap and includes an additional stainless steel bracelet in the presentation box.”

Seamaster Planet Ocean “Tokyo 2020” Limited Edition

Every host city of the Olympic Games brings a unique flair and culture to the event. This patriotic Seamaster Planet Ocean is a tribute to Tokyo and has been built with a true Japanese touch.

Representing the flag of Japan, the polished white ceramic dial is embellished with a red-tipped lollipop central seconds hand. On the white ceramic bezel ring, Tokyo 2020 is marked by a number 20 in red liquid ceramic.

On the caseback of this 39.5 mm stainless steel model, the sapphire crystal includes a transferred Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem. 2,020 pieces of this Master Chronometer certified watch are available.

“The watch comes on a white leather strap and includes a stainless steel bracelet and NATO strap in its presentation box.”

“OMEGA has been the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games on 28 occasions since 1932.”