Omega, the watchmaker that has officially timed the Olympic Games twenty-eight times, is currently timing its twenty-ninth at the summer games in Tokyo. And in case you missed it, Omega announced that in addition to three steel-cased ‘Tokyo 2020’ debuts it announced earlier, its final two ‘Tokyo 2020’ models are two gold-cased Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M watches.

One of two gold-cased Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M watches.

These are the fourth and fifth official Omega ‘Tokyo 2020’ Olympic watches.

The three Omega watches to previously receive the Olympic designation include a limited edition, white-dialed Seamaster Planet Ocean, a Seamaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer and a limited-edition steel-cased Seamaster Aqua Terra.   

This Omega Seamaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer is an Omega Tokyo 2020 watch.
Omega designed the Seamaster Planet Ocean as a tribute to Tokyo.

Echoing the top medal the Olympic athletes strive to take home, Omega’s fourth and fifth official ‘Tokyo 2020’ watches are cased in gold.

Omega offers the new Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M watches in 38mm or 41mm gold cases, both with blue leather straps. To underscore their Olympic designation, the watches have been laser-engraved with a pattern inspired by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem. The emblem is also visible on the back of each watch printed on clear sapphire.

Inside the new Seamaster Aqua Terra watches Omega fits its superb Co-Axial Master Chronometer Cal. 8801 (inside the 38mm model) and Cal. 8901 (inside the 41mm model.)

Prices: $17,500 (38mm) and $18,500 (41mm).