Omega Seamaster 300M Black Black Watch

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When Porsche Design released the all-black Chronograph 1 in 1972, the stealthy blacked-out style became an important checkbox for watch collectors. With the release of this new Seamaster 300, Omega is one of few top-tier Swiss hard-hitters to offer an all-black.

The entire case is constructed with ceramic, one of the most durable and scratch-resistant human concoctions in history. In the grand tradition of Omega, it’s masterfully pigmented (they’ve had a lot of practice), making this timepiece one of the premier all-blacks on the market.

It’s 43.5mm, boasts the iconic wave-pattern dial, and features a helium escape valve, all in the same distinct, covert material. The indices and skeleton hands are PVD-coated, a thin layer of titanium applied by a process called Physical Vapor Deposition. 

Through the exhibition caseback, you can admire Calibre 8806, a beautiful anti-magnetic, co-axial automatic movement. This horological triumph is certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute, and dubbed a Master Chronometer by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology. Basically, it’s laser-precise and Superman-durable.

Put all of that on a sculptural rubber strap, and you’ve got a distinct and premium blacked-out watch poured into the classic body of the Seamaster 300.

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