The long-standing reputation behind Omega‘s maritime pieces is once again confirmed with their Ceragold version of the iconic Seamaster. The watch is highlighted with an 18-carat gold-encrusted ceramic bezel on a red gold case with a black dial. But as always, the Omega Seamaster isn’t just for good looks, as it features water-resistant capabilities of up to 2000 feet under the surface. With a power reserve of 60 hours, this watch will outlast you on any adventure, 2000 feet under or not. The timepiece will set you back $22,500, and is available with or without chronograph. Learn more here.

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