Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Wrist Watch.
Price in the USA: US$ 11,800
Sri Lanka Price Rs 380,000/- +
300M-Omega Seamaster Diver, Price> US$ 145,800
Omega Constellation 29mm Price: Rs 2,457,000/-
Furthermore Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150 m Master Chronometer is a world renowned time piece for the Gents. In addition it is perfect one for those who are engaged in the ocean trade. Additionally it is available as 38 mm and 41 mm timepieces. Moreover its date window is back from 3 to 6 as like the very first OMEGA watch with a date window which was released in 1952. They are made in different diameter sizes and thickness to suit both men and women.
In addition these models comes as stainless steel or 18K Sedna gold.
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Features.
Aqua Terra 150 m dial looks perfect clean and simple, as the “water-resistance” wording had been removed from the front dial and now it is engraved on the back case. Furthermore back case comes with the wave-edge design and with glass back. Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is available as men’s collection and the ladies collection from top stores worldwide.
Wrist Watches in Sri Lanka.
You can find lot of advertisements for the world renowned wrist watches in the Srilanka News papers on the year end sales. Most of the advertisements used to appear in the Holiday season during the X’mas and New year period. During this season banks also offer their customers with many easy payment methods with their credit cards.
Lot of price reduction will apply when people use their credit cards to buy watches, TV, Smartphones etc.
You can get discounts with your credit card on clothing 25%, Holiday 50%, Dining 25%, Electronics 50%, Lifestyle 50%, Auto 30%, and on Jewellery 55%.
This can vary from bank to bank and the brand of the credit card. In addition to get the deals check with your bank and paper advertisements on such offers on your credit cards. Furthermore some of the banks offer interest free installment plans on your purchases with your credit cards. This offer is used by hundreds of thousands of people in Sri Lanka.