The Seamaster wasn’t always meant to be a diving watch. Sure, it was modelled after Omega’s first water-resistant timepiece, the ‘Marine’, but thereafter the company diversified its designs to appeal to two specific audiences: those who like to dive beneath the surface (cue the Seamaster Professional), and those who live a life of luxury above it (try the Seamaster Aqua Terra for size). The Planet Ocean Deep Black sits somewhere between the two: a GMT model driven by Omega’s new Master Chronometer calibre 8906, it’s also the first fully ceramic watch rated down to 600m and measures a rugged 45.5mm in diameter. Best order some new shirts then.

From £7,900 omegawatches.com