Omega

The luxury label Omega founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt is the film star among the watches - do not you think? Then take a good look: The popular styles have already appeared in various films, including "Salt" and "Seven Years in Tibet". And even James Bond could not do without a classic, elegant suit, an appropriate, elegant Omega watch! Whether he has the good taste of Elvis Presley or the Beatles member Ringo Star? Both were spotted while wearing the popular label. For your very own rockstar feel, you can buy the stylish Omega watches in stores or for sale - Vintage is a real investment, especially for high-quality watches! Psst: For all girls there are of course also ladies watches!

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Did you know that …

  1. the clock which James Bond carried in the film Casino Royale in 2007 for nearly 230,000 € was auctioned
  2. Omega since 1932 is the official timepiece at the Olympic Games
  3. the Omega Model Speedmaster Professional was the first watch worn on the moon
  4. John F. Kennedy was one of the most famous bearers of Omega watches
  5. Omega built the first chronograph in 1898

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The story of Omega

1848

Louis Brandt founded Omega in Switzerland.

1877

The sons Louis-Paul and César joined the company and they were renamed “Louis Brandt & Fils”.

1894

The company created a new movement because the clock was always very accurate and the watches were easy to repair. This movement was known as “Omega caliber”

1903

“Omega caliber” was such a big success that the company was renamed “Louis Brandt & Frére – Omega Watch Co.” – the path for the brand name Omega was free.

Popular models from Omega

Omega Seamaster

Happy Birthday! The Seamaster line was launched in 1948 to Omega’s 100th birthday, making it the oldest line of the current collection, including Constellation, Speedmaster and De Ville. The special feature of the Seamaster range is that it can withstand water depths of up to 1200 meters (120 bar). It is clear that it is a reliable companion for hobby and professional divers! By the way: the look of the Seamaster was partly inspired by the watches worn by the British military at the end of the Second World War. In the meantime the line consists of a total of 6 models: Seamaster 300, Planet Ocean 600 M, Aqua Terra 150 M, Driver 300 M, Bullhead and Ploprof 1200 M – you have the choice!

Omega Speedmaster – Completely detached from the earth!

When it comes to the most important wristwatches, the Omega Speedmaster plays at the top! You can even literally understand “the top” because the model is the only watch approved by NASA for manned space travel. When the astronaut Buzz Aldrin entered the moon in June 1969, the watch got its characteristic nickname “Moonwatch”.

Omega De Ville

The Omega De Ville has a real fan base due to its timeless classic-elegant design. The typical features of the men’s watches are two separate zones, as well as the clear and clear style. In the case of women’s watches, it is also sometimes très chic: Here, the mother-of-pearl leaf and butterfly design. The De Ville Hour Vision, for example, gives a clear view of the movement, the Central Tourbillon has skeleton dials and the Trésor is particularly flat.