Omega: In this wide world of Icons

Omega Constellation Pie Pan Acier - Bracelet grains de riz

Omega: In this wide world of Icons

The battle of watch brands for our wrists is real. As a result consumers are buried in messages. Fortunately, behind all the baloney, genuine information does exist.

We are going to look at a few Omega references that, by their design, movement or their landing on the moon made it an Icon.


OMEGA - SPEEDMASTER PRE-MOON 1450.22-69 220 - Calibre 861Omega - Speedmaster Moonwatch - Calibre 321 - ST 145.012-67 HF - Circa 67Omega - Speedmaster Moonwatch Calibre 861 - KB ST 145022 - Circa 1993

Omega Speedmaster: The one who has been to the moon

The iconic sport chronograph worn by astronaut Buzz Aldrin in 1969 will forever remain etched in our memory. The “Moonwatch” with its emblematic three subdials is the type of watch we’ll never tire of. Despite multiple variations, the original remains the “must-have.”

A contrasting dial with impressive clarity, domed plexiglass, and hand-wound mechanical movement. Add the famous tachymeter scale engraved on the bezel and an incredible story of outer space… a genuine icon!

Vintage Omega Seamaster 300Vintage Omega Seamaster 300

Omega Seamaster: from 1948 to James Bond’s wrist in 2016

The historical success and the legitimacy of Omega watches go beyond the moon and have conquered the sea. The Omega Seamaster is one of those epic diver watches, existing at a time when performance was a question of life or death.

Like the Speedmaster chronograph, the Seamaster has evolved with many variations. The Seamaster Ploprof (“Professional Diver”) 600 and 1000 of the 1970’s used for deep diving operations, the Planet Ocean line and the James Bond version of the Seamaster 300 in 2016: a name, a symbol, and authentic attributes reveal themselves at a closer look.

Omega Constellation Pie Pan - Gold Cap

Omega Constellation : a case that makes the difference

Before you class Omega as a sport watch, know that the brand also has icons in the “3-hand dressy watches” category. An easily recognizable spearhead? The Constellation and its Pie Pan dial… what elegance!

Released in 1952, this model with the Geneva Observatory engraved on its case back has been a reference for more than half a century. An extremely high degree of precision and anti-magnetism paired with timeless design.

Here is a brand that has marked history for more than half a century by its excellence and production constancy, innovation and precision. Iconic designs that have contributed to the great adventures of Man these past 120 years. No biggie.

Omega De Ville Chronographe

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