There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. The Seamaster is a versatile dive watch built to be submerged, but equally suited for dress and casual wear. With hundreds of variations produced over eight decades, the Seamaster collection is among the most popular and collectible series produced by Omega. By incorporating a rubber gasket to seal the case and crown, even the earliest Seamasters were certified for water resistance to 60 meters. This innovation pointed Omega in the direction of building the Seamaster , a true dive watch, which was squarely designed to compete with the Rolex Submariner. Ironically, the was only certified waterproof to a depth of meters, not as the name implies. Since the first , the Seamaster has held the position of a tool watch that naturally doubles as an all-around, everyday timepiece.
Talking Watches With Todd Levin. The other day, I found myself looking — as I often do — at my watch. The subject of my observation was my vintage Omega Seamaster. The reason I was thinking so hard was that I didn't know the full story of my own watch. Much of that has to do with the fact that it is a watch which was passed down in my family, and its full origin had been somewhat lost to time.