Men's Omega timepieces
Men's Omega watches
Women's Omega timepieces
Women's Omega watches
The Omega found in the Greek alphabet symbolizes perfection.
The Omega watch brand follows in that ancient tradition. Each European-made
Omega watch is designed with beauty and technology in mind.
From the Omega Seamaster watch and Omega Speedmaster watch to the Omega
Deville Watch and Omega Constellation lady watch—each comes with its own
distinct look and feel. Brushed steel, polished links, vibrant blue dial and
luminous hands are a few ways to describe watches in these collections.
For years, individuals have trusted these watches—whether it’s an Omega
Speedmaster watch or an Omega Constellation lady watch. Each prestigious,
professional watch is designed specifically for a man or a woman. All are
crafted to fit the style and look of the individual wearing it. In watch
making, the Omega brand is at the forefront for know-how, design and human
achievement. It has perpetuated the qualities of its Greek name for more
than 150 years
Founded in 1848, Omega watches can be found today in space,
at sea, in stadiums, on fashion runways and evening galas. From the
Speedmaster Professional, the only watch worn on the moon, to the elegant
Constellation, Omegas have been the watch of choice of personalities like
Cindy Crawford, Martina Hingis, Ernie Els and James Bond.
Omega was founded by Louis Brandt who began his watch assembly workshop in
La Chaux-de-Fonds. In 1880, Louis Brandt’s sons relocated the plant to the
flats of Bienne where manpower, energy and communication lines were more
accessible. The Bienne company was the first watch enterprise to abandon the
assembly workshop system to produce all of its own parts. The famous Omega
19-line caliber created in 1894 soon became the firm’s symbol of excellence
and the namesake of the company.
It was Omega in 1970 that introduced the first Quartz caliber Beta 21,
launching the Quartz revolution in watch making. Omega’s commitment to
excellence has earned the company the privilege of being the official timer
of the Olympic Games 21 times and being designated the official watch of
American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts.
In 1965, the Speedmaster was chosen as the NASA official chronograph, and in
1969, it landed on the moon attached to the wrist of Neil Armstrong. It
helped save the Apollo XIII mission crew, and for this received the Snoopy
Seven out of 10 people throughout the world are familiar with the Omega
watch brand – a truly amazing rate of awareness to which few other watch
brands can lay claim. The reason behind this success is said to be the
reliably fine quality of every Omega watch. But excellent quality alone has
not built the brand’s solid reputation
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