push to be on the top continues as the brand focuses on classier and classier pieces for both men and women. Omega watches for women in 2010 and 2011 are going to focus more and more on mechanical movements - and less on quartz. This timepieces is a 38.5mm wide woman-sized version of the popular Seamaster Aqua Terra watch in a diamond studded dress. Each of these "Aqua Terra Jewellery (why on bloody earth are there so many ways to spell "jewelry?) watches has 52 full-cut diamonds on the bezel, along with 12 more diamonds on the the hour markers. This decorated face goes well with the functional and timeless look of the case and bracelet design.
Omega will offer the Aqua Terra Jewellery in both 18 red gold (rare for women's watches) and steel variants - with metal or alligator bracelets. Inside the watch is an Omega calibre 8500 co-axial automatic movement that has been Chronometer certified. As many might say, this is a watch strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.
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