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Omega Watches

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Holding up its legacy of more than 170 years, Omega is undoubtedly one of the most influential watchmakers in the world. The brand has created numerous masterpieces that have taken part in many important pieces of the world’s history. 

The origin of Omega started in 1848 at La Chaucer-de-Fonds in Switzerland. Founded by the young and talented watchmaker Louis Brandt, the company specialized in assembling watch components in its early ages. 

In 1880, Louis-Paul and Cesar Brandt shifted their family business into a small factory in the city of Bienne /Biel. Along with the expansion of its scale, the Louis Brandt and Fils company had produced over 240,000 watches annually within 4 years. They became the largest watch manufacturer in Switzerland. 

The company introduced the first Omega series-produced calibers in 1895, achieving an accuracy of within 30 seconds a day. Their notable Omega caliber became an outstanding market performer when it went into the market. The company then named their latest watch “Omega” and got an overwhelming success. Since then the name Omega was adopted as the sole name for all the watches of the company from 1903.

Built by the splendid craftsmanship of years in watch manufacturing, the high-quality Omega watches gained massive popularity and achieved a significant amount of success over the years. 

The high precision of the Omega watch is one of the reasons for their achievements. Omega has been highly trusted in many international events as the official timekeeper, such as the British Royal Flying combat in 1917 and the renowned Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1932. The brand even achieved a world record of accuracy in 1936, which was recognised by the English observatory of Kew-Teddington. 

Now let's take a look at the Omega pillar collections and learn more about the reason why they have become the classics desired by the collectors.

1948 Omega Seamaster

The Seamaster collection was introduced in 1848 as the celebration for its 100th year anniversary. It was the descendant of the first Omega dive watch Omega Marine model of 1932. The Seamaster went on to be a part of historical diving achievements. Currently, it is the longest running collection for the brand.  

To further understand the attractiveness of this Omega dive watch, let’s have a glance of some of its history and achievements. This Omega Seamaster model is notable for its precision, robustness, and high resistance. It instantly became a favorite choice for many sportsmen including one of the world's best swimmers Alexander Popov. 

In 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. And thus it was declared as the official timekeeper for America's Cup 2000.

On top of that, the most famous link between the Seamaster and the celebrity world should be the James Bond movies. The first watch was a Seamaster Professional 300 model, which appeared on the wrist of Pierce Brosnan in the movie GoldenEye in 1995. 

The current 007 Daniel Craig wore an Omega Seamaster Diver 300M and a Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M in his movies. This Seamaster 600m lineup is inspired by the 1971 Seamaster Ploprof design. It was initially water-resistant up to 600 meters and is now even able to resist up to 1,200 meters of depth. Seamaster has successfully built its name after it was spotted in the movies and those models were even nicknamed as James Bond watches.

1952 Omega Constellation

Omega Constellation was released in 1952 as a classic Omega dress watch with its elegant looks and extremely precise movements. The collection offers various options of material, finishing and style. The main Constellation models came in gold and steel while the Constellation Deluxe is available only in gold. Besides, the Constellation Grand Luxe models provide a more refined and luxurious look with 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.

1957 Omega Speedmaster

Omega Speedmaster was introduced in 1957 as the first racing chronograph watch featuring a tachymeter scale bezel. Omega Speedmaster Professional became the first watch worn on the moon with astronaut Buzz Aldrin on July 21, 1969. The Speedmaster watch has immediately become one of the most influential watches with such a glorious moment in the history of the world. 

The Omega Speedmaster was worn by Buzz Aldrin during the Apollo mission when he stepped out onto the moon’s surface. Neil Armstrong had also brought the same model but he left it on the Lunar Module. He decided to put it there since the Module’s electronic timing system was defective. Since then, the watch has been called Omega Moon Watch. 

For anyone who would like to own a piece of history, purchasing a similar model of Speedmaster is not difficult. If you are thinking of buying this famous Omega Singapore is a reliable location. The design of the Omega Speedmaster has not changed much since its debut. Today’s Speedmaster Professional Chronograph model is still powered by a manual-winding mechanism. 

The most obvious difference should be the bracelet. The straps of the historical watches were made of velcro for the American astronauts while the current models available come with steel bracelets. It is 42 mm in diameter and is water resistant up to 50 meters. 

1967 Omega De Ville

De Ville watch was originally debuted under the Seamaster family in the 1960s. Due to its first success, the watch eventually became an independent collection in 1967. The watch perfectly combines the simplicity of its elegant design and the modern elements that make itself a timeless classic. It is a renowned award-winning watch collection that was awarded the Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne as well as six “Golden Roses” in the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s. Being overshadowed by its other famous fellows, it is considered as one of the most underrated watches today.

The current Omega De Ville Prestige design has been holding up and even elevated its past recognition. The dress watch collection undoubtedly upholds the classy and elegance as one of the Omega’s best-selling watches. 

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