Omega's iconic "Hippocampus Badge" is inspired by the seahorse decoration on the gondola in Venice. Inspired by this inspiration, Omega and Eddie Redmayne, the celebrity ambassador, paid tribute to the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch in Water City Venice.
"Aqua" and "Terra" mean water and earth. These two Latin words not only describe the world in which humans live, they also inspired Omega to create classic seahorse watches. Since its birth nearly 70 years ago, the Omega Seamaster watch has always been known for its precise travel time and excellent waterproof performance. It accompanies people to enjoy leisure time on yachts, and to explore the unknown world in the ocean. It's the world's best travel gear, and it's the wrist of the best-dressed person. Needless to say, the hippocampus watch itself is a symbol of lifestyle.
Three Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watches
In 2002, Omega added a new member to the hippocampus family and gave it the name "Aqua Terra" to show its heritage of classic design and superior performance of the hippocampus. Since then, the Sea Horse Aqua Terra has been born, and has continued to evolve into an Omega classic within 15 years. The dial texture of the Aqua Terra watch is inspired by the yacht deck. It has a charming appearance and is accurate and reliable. It is everything from land to sea.
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The celebrations were held in the elegant and luxurious Palazzo Pisani Moretta. In the five rooms carefully arranged at the event, Omega's new hippocampus Aqua Terra watch is displayed, and guests can stop to appreciate its exquisite appearance and extraordinary movement.
At the beginning of the dinner, Raynald Aeschlimann, the global president and CEO of Omega, warmly welcomed the guests and called the new watch "the outstanding new work of the Aqua Terra family". An Shiwen also expressed a sincere welcome to Eddie Redmayne's presence and praised him as "a talented actor and a noble and elegant gentleman."