Omega has really pushed the boat out with the new Seamaster 300: this piece features all the latest technological developments! In terms of design, the steel version has a polished black ceramic bezel and a Liquidmetal® diving scale whilst the luxury versions feature Sedna™ gold, a patented gold, copper and palladium alloy designed to guarantee the rose gold’s long-term endurance. The latter has indicators on the bezel made using revolutionary Ceragold™ technology, the first ever to enable the bonding of gold to ceramic. The same goes for the mechanics: the watch is fitted with a non-magnetic Master Co-Axial 8400/8401 calibre. Made using non-magnetic materials – silicon for the spiral, Nivagauss™ on the rods and pivots plus amorphous metals for the bridges and springs – the movement is resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss. Last but not least, the rack-and-pusher clasp allows the wearer to extend the strap by 9.6mm so it can easily fit over a diving suit. A fabulous reincarnation of the Seamaster 300 first released in 1957. Price: between 5,950 for the steel version and 59,400 for the platinum version (limited edition – 357 models).