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Anytime.Anywhere Scene 4. Sea Ranch, California
By Stephen Watson | 3 minute read
The city lights fade away as the air clears and stars begin to appear overhead. You've worked hard towards valuable time off, and now it's time to enjoy some well-earned freedom.
Here, it's all about ease. Be it the mountains or the sea, turn the key and keep the lights low. Open the windows to let in the air, take a deep inhale. It's time to relax. You've arrived at your final destination.
OMEGA reinterpreted a classic in a patent-pending alloy called Bronze Gold, allowing the Swiss firm to push the Seamaster 300 in a distinctive and understated new direction. Powered by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer, Calibre 8912, the Seamaster features a 60-hour power reserve. Bronze Gold gives the Seamaster a completely new look and feel; The alloy ages slowly over time, bestowing upon each 41 mm watch a unique patina.
Architect Amir Mortazavi of Studio Mortazavi wears the OMEGA Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold. Photographed April 21 at The Sea Ranch, Sonoma County, California. Instagram @studiomortazavi
Stephen Watson serves as an authority within the US watch industry. He was most recently the Editor in Chief of Revolution following his post as the Editor in Chief of Watch Journal and Executive Editor of Surface Magazine. Stephen Watson is a GPHG academy member.