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Omega Watches

From NASA to the Olympics to James Bond, Omega, one of the best-known luxury watch brands, has been a part of humankind’s most historical events. It has been creating its luxury watches since 1848 and is claimed to perfection.

There are many notable models that have been part of the journey so far: Omega Speedmaster was the first watch that make it to the moon; Omega Seamaster is its longest running product line to commemorate its 100th year anniversary. Along with other renowned collections, the Omega watches have successfully built a distinct legacy.

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Omega Seamaster Co-axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 45.5 mm Men's Watch 215.32.46.51.99.001
Omega
Speedmaster
215.32.46.51.99.001

Seamaster Co-axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 45.5 mm Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Co-axial Master Chronometer 42 mm Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch 210.32.42.20.01.002
Omega
Seamaster
210.32.42.20.01.002

Seamaster Co-axial Master Chronometer 42 mm Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Nekton Edition Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch 210.30.42.20.01.002
Omega
Seamaster
210.30.42.20.01.002

Seamaster Nekton Edition Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Manual-winding Silver Dial Men's Watch 522.30.42.30.06.001
Omega
Speedmaster
522.30.42.30.06.001

Speedmaster Manual-winding Silver Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Manual-winding Men's Watch 522.30.42.30.03.001
Omega
Speedmaster
522.30.42.30.03.001

Speedmaster Manual-winding Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Chronograph Panda Dial Tokyo Olympics Men's Watch 522.30.42.30.04.001
Omega
Speedmaster
522.30.42.30.04.001

Speedmaster Chronograph Panda Dial Tokyo Olympics Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Olympic Tokyo 2020 Automatic Blue Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch 522.12.41.21.03.001
Omega
Seamaster
522.12.41.21.03.001

Seamaster Olympic Tokyo 2020 Automatic Blue Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Olympic Official Timekeeper Co-axial Master Chronometer 39.5 mm Men's Watch 522.32.40.20.01.002
Omega
Seamaster
522.32.40.20.01.002

Seamaster Olympic Official Timekeeper Co-axial Master Chronometer 39.5 mm Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Black Dial Tokyo Olympics Limited Edition Men's Watch 522.20.42.30.01.001
Omega
Speedmaster
522.20.42.30.01.001

Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Black Dial Tokyo Olympics Limited Edition Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Chronometer Chronograph Black Dial Men's Watch 431.13.42.51.01.001
Omega
De Ville
431.13.42.51.01.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Chronometer Chronograph Black Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Annual Calendar Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch 231.13.43.22.03.002
Omega
Seamaster
231.13.43.22.03.002

Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Annual Calendar Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Automatic Silver Dial Diamond Index Ladies Watch 220.10.34.20.60.001
Omega
Seamaster
220.10.34.20.60.001

Seamaster Aqua Terra Automatic Silver Dial Diamond Index Ladies Watch

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Omega Constellation Co-Axial 31 mm Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Diamonds Ladies Watch 123.10.31.20.01.001
Omega
Constellation
123.10.31.20.01.001

Constellation Co-Axial 31 mm Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Diamonds Ladies Watch

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch 231.13.43.22.06.001
Omega
Seamaster
231.13.43.22.06.001

Seamaster Aqua Terra Automatic Black Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial GMT Chronograph 43 mm Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch 231.13.43.52.06.001
Omega
Seamaster
231.13.43.52.06.001

Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial GMT Chronograph 43 mm Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Grey Dial Men's Watch 431.33.41.22.06.001
Omega
De Ville
431.33.41.22.06.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Grey Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Chronograph 40 mm Red Dial stainless steel Men's Watch 326.30.40.50.11.001
Omega
Speedmaster
326.30.40.50.11.001

Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Chronograph 40 mm Red Dial stainless steel Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Co-Axial Chronograph 42 mm Automatic Silver Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch 431.13.42.51.02.001
Omega
De Ville
431.13.42.51.02.001

De Ville Co-Axial Chronograph 42 mm Automatic Silver Dial Stainless Steel Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Co-Axial Chronograph 42 mm Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch 431.13.42.51.03.001
Omega
De Ville
431.13.42.51.03.001

De Ville Co-Axial Chronograph 42 mm Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 38 mm Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch 220.13.38.20.03.001
Omega
Seamaster
220.13.38.20.03.001

Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer 38 mm Automatic Blue Dial Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Master Chronometer Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Brown Dial Men's Watch 433.13.41.22.10.001
Omega
De Ville
433.13.41.22.10.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Master Chronometer Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Brown Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Speedmaster Spacemaster Z-33 Chronograph 43 x 53 mm Quartz Digital Dial Titanium Men's Watch 325.92.43.79.01.002
Omega
Speedmaster
325.92.43.79.01.002

Speedmaster Spacemaster Z-33 Chronograph 43 x 53 mm Quartz Digital Dial Titanium Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch 431.33.41.22.02.001
Omega
De Ville
431.33.41.22.02.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Master Chronometer Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Bronze Dial Men's Watch 433.10.41.22.10.001
Omega
De Ville
433.10.41.22.10.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Master Chronometer Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Bronze Dial Men's Watch

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Omega De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch 431.30.41.22.02.001
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De Ville
431.30.41.22.02.001

De Ville Hour Vision Co-Axial Annual Calendar 41 mm Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Co‑axial Master Chronometer GMT 43.5 mm Automatic Black Dial Steel Men's Watch 215.33.44.22.01.001
No. 1
Omega Seamaster
Paying homage to the Omega Watches dive watch history, the highly stylish Omega Planet Ocean 600M is a beautiful watch with a black dial and Arabic numerals. The Seamaster watch has a 43.5mm stainless steel case with bi-ceramic bezel polished in black and white and a date window at 3 o’clock.
Omega Seamaster Diver 300 M Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 42 mm Automatic Black Dial Gold Men's Watch 210.20.42.20.01.001
No. 2
Omega Seamaster
The Seamaster diver 300M has seen great success since its launch in 1993. The Omega Seamaster 210.20.42.20.01.001 combines the same legendary design of Omega watches with modern day innovation. The dial of the 42 mm watch is made of stainless steel and 18K Sedna gold, and features a black ceramic bezel with a diving scale of Ceragold.
Omega Speedmaster Mark II Co‑Axial Chronograph 42.4 x 46.2 mm Automatic Grey Dial Gold Men's Watch 327.20.43.50.01.001
No. 3
Omega Speedmaster
The Omega Speedmaster chronograph is one of the most iconic timepieces perfectly representing the pioneering spirit of Omega watches. And it has been known as the Omega Moonwatch since 1969 when it was worn for the first time on the moon. The Omega Speedmaster watch has a matt grey dial with minute track and hour markers in white. The black-white hour and minute hands are coated in Super-LumiNova.
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Anniversary Limited Series Speedy Tuesday Ultraman Black Dial Steel Men's Watch 311.12.42.30.01.001
No. 4
Omega Speedmaster
The Omega Speedy Tuesday model pays homage to the Japanese science fiction TV show called ‘Return of Ultramen’ aired in 1971, in which the Omega watch appeared. The 42mm stainless steel case of the Omega chronograph watch with a black aluminum bezel features the word ‘tachymeter’ in the color orange. The anodized aluminum dial and the dots on the minute track also have hints of orange in it.

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Omega Constellation Globemaster Co‑Axial Master Chronometer 39 mm Automatic Blue Dial Gold Men's Watch 130.20.39.21.03.001
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Omega Constellation 130.20.39.21.03.001
A legend in the line of Omege watches, Globemaster has now updated to be the world’s first master chronometer, which reputes its position furthermore in the industry of watchmaking. The 39mm stainless-steel case of the Omega Constellation watch is livened up by the 18K Sedna gold fluted bezel, with Super-LumiNova filling up the hands and indexes on the Omega watch for luminosity. The blue sun-brushed dial of the watch created in the famous ‘Pie Pan’ style is inspired by the first ever Omega Constellation 1952 model. To complement the bezel and case of the watch, a 3-row bracelet with curved central links, made from 18K Sedna gold and stainless-steel are included. Omega Master Chronometer Calibre 8900 is at the heart of this watch, and sports the anti-magnetic technology.
Omega De Ville Tresor Quartz 36 mm Quartz Silver Dial Gold Unisex Watch 428.58.36.60.02.001
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Omega De Ville 428.58.36.60.02.001
Omega has a heritage of designing beautiful watches for women and the Omega De ville brings a truly modern design embedded with diamonds. The Omega De Ville is a trademark in ladies watches, with a 36 mm ultra-slim 18k sedan gold case featuring diamond paving curving along the sides. The crown polished with red ‘HyCeram’ is also set with a single diamond for completing the look. The Roman numerals on the dial are embossed with 18K Sedna gold, which is also used in the hands. Omega calibre 4061 powers the watch, sitting behind a beautifully designed mirrored case back engraved with a unique ‘Her Time’ pattern. A grey leather strap presents the Omega watch, which gives it a classy yet beautiful look.

History of Omega Watches

Omega – the last letter of the Greek alphabet symbolizes perfection and accomplishment of a task. The story of the Omega Watches began in 1848 at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Omega was founded by Louis Brandt at the age of 23 when he decided to open a Comptoir d'établissage, a sub-contracting sales office for watch manufacturer where the watch components were assembled into the finished products.

In 1880, Louis-Paul and Cesar Brandt shifted into a small factory in the city of Bienne /Biel, and this was done due to the accomplishment of a greater supply of manpower, communications, and energy. With the production of their first Omega series-produced calibers in 1895, the pocket-watches Labrador and Gurzelen achieved an accuracy of within 30 seconds a day.

Within a period of four years and with a production rate of 240,000 watches produced annually, Louis Brandt and Fils became the largest producers of watches in Switzerland. Their notable Omega caliber became an outstanding market performer when it went into production in 1894. The primary reasons for its salability were its easily interchangeable parts along with its simplicity of construction. Henri Rieckel, the company’s banker suggested the name “Omega” for their latest watch - which got an overwhelming success and thus the name was adopted as the sole name for all the watches of the company from 1903.

Both of the Brandt brothers died in 1903, leaving the fate of Omega company under the control of four people including Emile Brandt who was only 23 years of age and the oldest amongst the others.

Omega acquired popularity over the years and achieved an enormous amount of success. The British Royal Flying Corps chose Omega watches as their official timekeepers for their combat units in 1917 and so did the American army in 1918. In 1932, Omega became the first to be trusted with the official timekeeping of all disciplines at the Los Angeles Games.

One of the significant achievement by the Omega was the world record of accuracy, which was granted to them by the English observatory of Kew-Teddington in 1936. They were also awarded the Olympic Cross of Merit for "exceptional services to the world of sport", in 1952.

Now let's take a look at Omega prominent models and learn about some more of Omega success story.

Omega Seamaster

The Omega Seamaster was created with the sole purpose to challenge the toughest conditions and to take hold of the moment which provided the most exciting experiences for men. Introduced in the year 1948, this Omega Seamaster model is notable for its precision, strength, and resistance which makes it a favorite choice for many sportsmen. And this list includes one of the world's best swimmers of the 1990s, Alexander Popov; The fictional character James Bond and many others.

The Omega Seamaster consists of a number of angles and curves which differs the way light is reflected from its case and still, it does not include any sharp corners, which makes it perfectly comfortable to wear. Seamaster watch is also one of the most dependable watches for deep diving due to its luminescent coating on the hands and markers. Thus suitable for being the Omega Dive Watch.

Let’s have a glance through this model’s history and its achievements:

  • 1932: Omega launches its first water-resistant watch named Omega Marine. It was water resistant up to 135 meters and was the first in the Omega Seamaster family.
  • 1948: Omega produces its first Omega Seamaster. It was galvanized by the waterproof qualities of Omega Marine along with the popular The 30 mm model.
  • 1962: A North American pilot and submariner claimed that after an accident he found his Omega Seamaster in a completely working condition at a 45-meter depth. Whereas the surprising fact to be noticed is that the watch guaranteed waterproof only up to 30 meters.
  • 1981: A world's record in scuba diving was broken by Jacques Mayol who was equipped with nothing but the Omega Seamaster watch.
  • 1995: America's Cup was won by the team of New Zealand in which Sir Peter Blake and each crew member of the team wore an Omega Seamaster 300 on their wrists. And thus it was declared as the official timekeeper for America's Cup 2000.
  • 1967 Omega Speedmaster

Omega was the first watch brand to make it to the moon on July 21, 1969. This was worn by Buzz Aldrin as he stepped out unto the moon’s surface during the Apollo 11 mission. The same model was also brought along by Neil Armstrong though was left on the Lunar Module. He decided to keep it there because the Module’s electronic timing system was defective. Aldrin’s exact watch however was said to have been stolen along with other personal belongings upon his return. Fortunately, Armstrong’s Speedmaster was saved from the same fate and is now with Washington D.C.’s National Air and Space Museum.

Those who would like to own a piece of history would be pleased to know that the design has not changed much since Omega Speedmaster line debuted in 1957. Otherwise known as the Omega Moon Watch, today’s Speedmaster Professional Chronograph model is also powered by a manual-winding mechanism. The most recognizable difference would be the bracelet, which appears to have been made of velcro for the American astronauts. Present day models come with steel bracelets, is 42 mm in diameter and is water resistant up to 50 meters. The Smithsonian’s space curator Dr. Jennifer Levasseur is quoted as saying, “Omega has always been the official watch of NASA. That is particularly true when it comes to spacewalking. No other watch has ever been flight-qualified by NASA.”

1948 Omega Seamaster

From the far reaches of space to the bottom of the planet’s oceans, Omega can validly claim it has been a part of such voyages. The company introduced the Seamaster, its longest running product line to commemorate its 100th year anniversary. It was a post-war dive watch which interestingly has its roots in the Omega Marine model of 1932. The Seamaster went on to be a part of historical diving achievements. Here are some of its different models:

  • Omega Seamaster 300 - Worn by Jacques Costeau and his team in 1963 during the Precontinent II experiment to confirm that divers can live underwater for extended periods of time in the Red Sea
  • Seamaster 600 - Part of the 1970 Janus II exploration setting a world-record dive of 253 meters in the Ajaccio Gulf
  • Seamaster 1000 - Attached to the Beaver Mark IV’s robotic arm as it dove to the depth of 1,000 meters

Today, the Seamaster is popularly known as the James Bond watch. It first appeared on the wrist of Pierce Brosnan in 1995 when he starred Golden Eye. This was a Seamaster Professional 300 model. The present day 007 Daniel Craig alternates between a Omega Seamaster Diver 300M and a Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M. This product line however is also associated with the 1971 Seamaster Ploprof design. It was initially water-resistant up to 600 meters though is now able to withstand depths of up to 1,200 meters.

1952 Omega Constellation

It has undergone some changes since 1952 though has maintained its elegant looks and extremely precise movements. There were different finishings available. The Constellation came in gold and steel while the Constellation Deluxe appeared only in gold. It was the Constellation Grand Luxe however that provided a more refined look which had a gold and platinum finish. The collection eventually evolved into 1982’s Constellation Manhattan with its iconic four griffes which appeared to be holding the watch bezel in place. There are different variations of this design today. It comes with Constellation Manhattan’s quartz movement technology and its refined feel.

1967 Omega De Ville

This was originally part of the Seamaster family in the 1960s before it eventually branched out into an independent line in 1967. Its simplicity and classic design aspects give a timeless quality to it. Omega combined this with modern elements to produce an award-winning watch collection. The De Ville was given the Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne as well as six “Golden Roses” during the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s. In spite of these accolades, it is one of the most underappreciated among Omega’s watches today.

Its current De Ville Prestige design would indicate that its past recognition is still very much deserved. The collection undoubtedly upholds the classy and stylish aspects that this best-selling watch was quite known for. It maintains a date display at the 3 o’clock position and is a handsomely balanced timepiece.

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Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph

Omega was the first watch brand to make it to the moon on July 21, 1969. This was worn by Buzz Aldrin as he stepped out unto the moon’s surface during the Apollo 11 mission. The same Omega Moonwatch model was also brought along by Neil Armstrong though was left on the Lunar Module. Aldrin’s exact watch however was said to have been stolen along with other personal belongings upon his return. Fortunately, Armstrong’s Omega Speedmaster was saved and is now with Washington D.C.’s National Air and Space Museum.

Omega Seamaster

Today, the Seamaster is popularly known as the James Bond watch. It first appeared on the wrist of Pierce Brosnan in 1995 when he starred Golden Eye. This was a Omega Seamaster Professional 300 model. The present day 007 Daniel Craig alternates between a Omega Seamaster Diver 300M and a Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M. This product line however is also associated with the 1971 Seamaster Ploprof design. It was initially water-resistant up to 600 meters though is now able to withstand depths of up to 1,200 meters.

Omega Constellation

It has undergone some changes since 1952 though has maintained its elegant looks and extremely precise movements. The Omega Constellation came in gold and steel while the Constellation Deluxe appeared only in gold. It was the Constellation Grand Luxe however that provided a more refined look which had a gold and platinum finish. The collection eventually evolved into 1982’s Constellation Manhattan with its iconic four griffes which appeared to be holding the watch bezel in place.

Omega De Ville

This was originally part of the Seamaster family in the 1960s before it eventually branched out into an independent line in 1967. Its simplicity and classic design aspects give a timeless quality to it. Omega combined this with modern elements to produce an award-winning watch collection. The Omega De Ville was given the Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne as well as six “Golden Roses” during the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s.

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