he original Omega Ultra Deep from 2019 was built to survive the toughest conditions: the watch included indestructible features, such as a case completely machined out of forged grade 5 titanium, robust “Manta Lugs” that provided an innovative way of securing the watch, and a sapphire face with a conical loadbearing design inspired by a submersible’s viewport.
In April of that year, three Ultra Deep watches joined explorer Victor Vescovo on a mission to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean: at 10,935 m (35,876 ft), this is the deepest any human or watch has ever dived. Two of the watches were attached to the submersible’s robotic arm, while another was strapped to a data-gathering unit known as a Lander. All three watches completed the 12-hour dive without a problem and surfaced completely unscathed.
2022 sees the release of seven new Ultra Deep models, now available to the public. Water-resistant to 6,000 m (20,000 ft), the 45.5 mm range is led by a bold version crafted in sand-blasted and forged grade 5 titanium. The six other versions have been built in brand new OMEGASTEEL, a high-performance stainless steel alloy with superior strength, whiter colour, incomparable shine and exceptional resistance to corrosion.
Driven by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912, all watches in this collection are Master Chronometer certified to Switzerland’s highest standard of precision, performance and resistance to magnetism. What’s more, Omega’s Ultra Deep was ocean-tested at a depth of 6,269 m (20,567 ft) in the Mariana Trench in 2021.
2022 sees the release of seven new Ultra Deep models, now available to the public. Water-resistant to 6,000 m (20,000 ft), the 45.5 mm range is led by a bold version crafted in sand-blasted and forged grade 5 titanium.
Price: CHF 11,200-12,300