Omega Dive Watches

This page is dedicated to one of the most iconic watches in dive watch history – the Omega Seamaster. Since 1957 this stunning timepiece has adourned the wrists of movie stars, celebrities, entrepeneurs, sports-stars and yes – even DIVERS.

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Summary range overview

Currently Omega have more than 50 different dive watch models in their Seamaster range. As far as genuine dive watches (200m or deeper) is concerned they have 4 primary model lines. The Seamaster Professional Diver 300m, the Seamaster 300 (rebirth of a classic model), the 600m certified Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean and finally the 1200m Omega Ploprof.

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Omega Seamaster Diver 300m

Introduced in 1993 – the Omega Seamaster Professional Diver 300m has established itself as a must have watch for everyone from athletes & sailors to celebrities and James Bond.

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Limited Edition of 007’s favourite. The Omega Seamaster Diver 300 – Commander’s watch

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Omega Seamaster 300 (original)

Omega introduced the Seamaster 300 in 1957. Designed specifically for divers and professionals who worked underwater. Half a century later and this classic timepiece makes a comeback. Now completely upgraded and enhanced – ready for a new generation of adventurers.

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Subtle aesthetic changes – major innovations in technology – the Omega Seamaster 300

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Omega Planet Ocean – our favourite

In our view – perfection – the Planet Ocean 600M with Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 43.5 mm

At we do have a favourite – and that’s the Planet Ocean. Whether it’s the aesthetic beauty, the distinctive arrowhead hands or the mechanical wizardry of the Omega Master Chronometer calibre 8900 visible through the transparent caseback. We don’t know – probably a culmination of everything that make the Seamaster Planet Ocean one of the most desirable dive watches on the market.

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Everything about the Planet Ocean is a blatant statement in quality and master craftsmanship. The watch is certified by The Swiss Federal Insitute of Metrology to Master Chronometer status. To achieve such an accolade it is subjected to 8 rigorous tests.

Omega Master Co-Axial 8900 Calibre seen through the transparent caseback

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Omega Ploprof – 1970 to today

If extreme depth is an essential requirement then the watch that goes deeper than most is the Omega Ploprof. The Ploprof is a term adopted by Omega for their 1200m water resistant profesional divers watch. The watch’s name says it all – Ploprof – is an abbreviation of the French for professional diver – plongeur professionnel.

The Omega Ploprof 2016 model with titanium case and automatic helium escape valve

When first introduced in 1970 it was rated to 600m. The new version – released in 2016 – is rated to 1200m. Featuring a titanium with ceramic bezels (some models) and the OMEGA Co-Axial and Master Chronometer calibres. The new Omega Ploprof assures it’s lucky owner of the highest levels of accuracy and reliability.

Expect to pay….

Expect to pay somewhere in the region of US$5,000 to US$10,000 for a standard Omega Ploprof (steel case, black rubberised dive strap or Omega “shark” bracelet, black face and bezel with orange helium release valve). The difference in price takes in to consideration condition, provenance, age, service intervals (if any) and whether it comes with box, papers etc. As with all these luxury watches – there is always a remote chance it may be a fake. Please take all necessary steps to help avoid buying a fake watch

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Recognising Different models

A glance at any of the current models should be time enough to determine which stable it belongs to. If BOTH hands have arrowhead pointers – it’s an Omega Planet Ocean. If just the hour hand has the arrowhead it’s the Seamaster 300. If both hands are hollow, with a triangular luminous marker on the minute hand and round luminous marker on the hour hand, it’s a Seamaster Diver 300m. If it’s an Omega Ploprof … it’s obvious with it’s distinctive helium release valve. More detail below ….

Confused between models?

If you are finding it hard to distinguish between the dif[ferent Omega models – in particular the Omega Seamaster 300, the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m and the Omega Planet Ocean hopefully this will help.

Omega Seamaster 300 hands

If it’s an Omega Seamaster 300 you are interested in – please check the hands look like these above. Just the hour hand with the arrowhead – the minute hand has no arrowhead. We see about 50 – 75% of eBay listings wrongly referring to the Diver 300m as a Seamaster 300. They are both great watches – but please ensure you are getting what you want.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300m hands

The Omega Seamaster Diver 300m is far more common than the Seamaster 300. It’s clearly distinguishable from the others with it’s hollow hands. One with triangular luminous tip (minute hand) and the hour hand with a round luminous marker

Omega Planet Ocean hands

These are the hands of an Omega Planet Ocean. Both hands are solid and both terminate in a luminous arrowhead.

Note > Omega do have some exceptions to these general rules such as limited edition models and such like. This is a just an “at a glance” guide.

Omega Dive Watch History

Omega launched their first official dive watch in 1948 – the Omega Seamaster – a name now synonymous with quality and underwater reliability. The first models utilised their many years producing military grade watches with high levels of water resistancy – not normally found on other watches of that time.

Fast forward 9 years to 1957 and we have their first 300m version. The Seamaster had most definitely arrived and quickly established itself as the must have watch for professional divers. In 1963 Jacques Cousteau – a renowned oceanographer & diver – wore the Seamaster 300m. His entire team wore the watch throughout their Conshelf II experiments in the Red Sea – a very impressive endorsement indeed.

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This is what our shopping partners say about the Omega Seamaster range

“The OMEGA Seamaster range of watches was introduced in 1948, and ever since then, the Seamaster collection has been the reference point for divers’ watches throughout the world. A combination of innovative design, technology and style has assured the OMEGA Seamaster is the most desirable timepiece for all diving enthusiasts. Our OMEGA watch range guarantees comfort and reliability during any underwater venture.

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Diver 300

Diver 300m

Seamaster 300

Seamaster 300m

Planet Ocean

Rolex Submariner Divers watch in Oystersteel with black face / bezel
Planet Ocean


Ploprof 1200m

External references / further reading

  1. Omega Watches official website
  2. Omega Watches – Seamaster 300