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The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Master Chronometer Dressed in Green (Live Pics & Price)

Omega’s oldest continuously produced collection gets a splash of green.

| By Robin Nooy | 2 min read |
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Green Dial Green Bezel green rubber

The Seamaster is one of Omega’s most loved diving watches and a stable in the brand’s portfolio. It is also part of Omega’s history for ages, as the Seamaster name was first introduced in 1948 and has been in production ever since. It has been the canvas for a very wide range of styles, colours, materials and complications over the years and is divided into 4 sub-collections: Aqua Terra, Diver 300M, Planet Ocean and Heritage. Under the moniker of the 300M, Omega now introduces the Seamaster Diver 300M with a green dial and bezel. Let’s find out more about the green Bond watch.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Green Dial Green Bezel

We’ve already established numerous times the Seamaster Diver 300M is a very capable diving tool, and a watch professional divers could easily rely on when taking the plunge. This green version follows the latest evolution of the Seamaster Diver 300M down to the wire, just in a new colour.

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Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Green Dial Green Bezel

This means it still comes in a 42mm wide stainless steel case with a diving bezel fitted with a ceramic insert. The green insert has a white enamel scale and is polished to a high gloss. The screw-down crown is flanked by crown guards, and at 10 o’clock there’s the signature conical helium escape valve. The dial, also in green ceramic has a more matte finish, with a laser-engraved wave pattern. The hands and indices are also left untouched, as they are perfectly fit for their intended task.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Green Dial Green Bezel green rubber

Just as previous editions of the Seamaster Diver 300M, this one comes with Omega’s in-house made Calibre 8800. This automatic movement runs at a frequency of 25,200vph and provides 55 hours of running time. It features a co-axial escapement with a silicon balance spring and is anti-magnetic to 15,000-gauss. The decoration hasn’t changed and shows rhodium-plated bridges, Geneva waves in arabesque, blackened screws, barrel and balance wheel. As always, it comes with a Master Chronometer certification issued by METAS.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Green Dial Green Bezel green rubber

The new Omega Seamaster Diver 300M with a green dial and bezel is available on a green rubber strap with a steel pin buckle (ref., or the signature brushed and polished steel bracelet with an extendable folding clasp (ref. It retails for EUR 5,400 on rubber or EUR 5,700 on the bracelet.

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7 responses

  1. Does the bracelet finally tapers to 18mm or is it still the same chunky 20mm clasp?

  2. @Mullmuzzler – except for the colour of the dial and bezel, nothing has changed compared to the other editions of the Seamaster 300M

  3. This is not a miss, but I am still longing for a green diver, no date, in titanium by a premium brand. If Rolex offered one, I would have to be an NBA World Champion, which I am not and will not be, to be considered as a customer. This Omega diver or Glashütte’s Seaq could still find their way into my collection, but there is always something which bothers me too much. Both models are too shiny with too many polished elements. The date complications both still solved quite nicely to incorporate but as such the date window is nevertheless unnecessary. Tudor’s new no date Pelagos in a solid and deep green would be unbeatable, provided they solve the nato strap. It is way to long and should be in one color only without the contrasting stripe. In the high end segment a Fifty Fathoms 5015 in titanium and in solid green (well the current date window I could barely tolerate) would equally be an instant sell-out.
    I hope Omega adds some green version to the Ultra Deep line, but please also in matte finishing. Thus, it would have to be titanium, as somehow this brand just loves polished steel for some incomprehensible reason.

  4. Still waiting for a regular (non-Bond) no date version of the 300m as well. In combination with the white dial would be great. The green looks nice, not too much.

  5. The Harrods’ ediition of the Black Bay sounds like it would be up your alley- nice dark green, brushed case with just a few polished bevels…

  6. With regard to a tapered bracelet on the Seamaster Diver those wishing for one seem to have forgotten that the original version, the Seamaster Professional did not have a tapered bracelet so there is no reason why a tapered bracelet would be fitted to the Seamaster Diver.

  7. People seems to forget that they also removed the splashed of red, making this watch a bit more mature 🙂 But a no date version of this would be a home run, the date is never perfeclty centered on these, wich kills me for this price, considering i can get a german microbrand with perfect dates for 10% of the cost

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