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Omega Nato Flag Straps

As the official timekeeper of the Olympics, Omega has announced a new line of nylon Nato straps that are inspired by flags of the nations competing. There are 18 countries available, plus six straps in the colors of the Olympic rings.

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Omega watches with Olympic prices?

Omega has just announced a collection of three vintage style Seamasters to commemorate the 2018 Winter Olympic Games which take place in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection come in classic 39.5 mm Seamster cases in either 18K yellow, rose (Sedna™), or white gold (Canopus™). An eggshell white enamel dial with a vintage Omega logo, minute track, and Seamaster logo punctuated with leaf-shaped hands and applied indices in the same 18K gold material as the case. Omega started as the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games in 1932 and so on the casebacks, there is an 18K gold ring, which includes all the known host cities and dates from the brand’s Olympic Games journey, from Los Angeles 1932 up to Los Angeles 2028. Each watch is powered by the Master Chronometer caliber 8807 with a rose gold

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Four "In-House" Chronographs For Around $5K

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The Speedmaster Moonwatch has a hand wound chronograph movement originally derived from a Lemania base. While it lacks automatic winding or Omega’s famous Co-Axial escapement it’s 42 mm case is one of the most iconic, plus it’s rugged, good-looking, and you might enjoy actually winding it. $5,150 Tudor took a unique approach to creating the Black Bay Chronograph; it’s actually based on a Breitling caliber B01 with some basic Tudor changes packaged in a Black Bay case. For the money, there is not much better out there. $4,725 This is a modern TAG Heuer re-issue of a Heuer Autavia with a premium chronograph a column-wheel and vertical clutch chronograph configuration. Looks great with a leather strap and is also available with a beads-of-rice bracelet for $150 extra or the limited edition with a panda dial (pictured top) for $750

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Demonstration of Omega's Anti-Magnetic Technology (Video)

Originally filmed in 2013, at the official worldwide announcement in New York City (initially published on our Vimeo account) this is a demonstration of Omega’s Anti-Magnetic Watch Technology Demonstration which is resistant up to 15,000 gauss and which ultimately became the technology they refer to as Co-Axial Master Chronometer” as seen on the Railmaster (pictured above) that was announced at Baselworld 2017.

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Limited Edition

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At Baselworld, Omega introduced a watch that is unlike most others in their collection. The Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer Limited Edition is unique for a number of reasons. It has a “grand feu” fire-baked enamel dial, platinum case, a worldtimer movement, and is limited to only 87 pieces, the latter of which is maybe the most interesting as Omega typically makes their limited editions in the thousands. Like the case, which is 43 mm in diameter (21 mm interlug width), the dial is also crafted from solid platinum the has a sandblasted surface and that is contrasted by 18K yellow gold hands and indexes. The main dial chapter ring features 24 reference cities transfers and is fixed in place. In the center, is a 24-hour rotating center disc that indicates the home time (or a second time zone

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Tom Hardy wears 1940s Omega CK2129 in Dunkirk

The Omega CK2129 was first produced in the 1940s, after the start of WWII. At that time the British Royal Air Force asked Omega to make 2,000 military spec watches with rotating bezels. Rotating bezels allowed pilots to make in air calculations and more accurately time events, such precisely counting down the time until launching a coordinated mission. Further, the light color dial with dark Arabic numerals and hands made for a highly legible display, which is of course, crucial for any “tool” or “professional” watch. There are two large crowns, made to be operated with gloves on, one at 3 o’clock (sets the time), and one at 4 o’clock (rotates the bezel, and locks to prevent accidental rotation). A manual wound movement, caliber 23.4 SC, which beats at 2.5Hz and has an estimated 40-hour power reserve. This watch was

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"Starmen" documentary by Omega

Omega has created a short film featuring their brand ambassador, George Clooney, meeting his boyhood hero, Buzz Aldrin. They share stories and watch the historical lunar landing from 1969. And, of course, the iconic Speedmaster Moon Watch makes an appearance.

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Introducing the Seamaster Diver 300M “Commander’s Watch” Limited Edition

Yesterday in London, Omega unveiled a new Bond Seamaster dubbed the “Commander’s Watch” which features the British Royal Navy colors and pays homage to the watch that has been on the wrist of 007 actors, in every Bond movie, since 1995. The watch comes in a 41 mm stainless steel case, with a blue ceramic bezel including a Liquidmetal® diving scale and red rubber covering the first 15 minutes. For this new limited edition, Seamaster Omega chose a polished white ceramic dial with 12 blue indexes, blue skeleton hour and minute hands, and blue writing on the dial, except for “Seamaster” which is in red. A 007 gun logo counterweight on the varnished red center seconds hand, as well as a red number “7” on the date wheel further distinguish this James Bond 007. There is a sapphire caseback which

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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra "Railmaster" Hands-On

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Alongside the debut of the 1957 Trilogy Limited Editions, at Baselworld 2017 – including a 38 mm Railmaster model – Omega also launched the all-new Seamaster Aqua Terra Railmaster collection. The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra “Railmaster” Co-Axial Master Chronometer comes in a stainless steel case measuring 40 mm x 12.65 mm with symmetrical brushing, brushed bezel, and sandblasted crown with embossed Omega horseshoe emblem. A domed sapphire crystal protects the dial. The caseback is solid and features a special (patent pending “NAIAD LOCK” manufacturing technique the keeps the back oriented, which in this instance means the embossed Seahorse medallion stays upright everytime it is screwed-in. Water-resistance is 150 meters. Available in either black or stainless steel, each dial is vertically brushed and features recessed hour markers filled with “vintage” luminous material with blue emission. The hands are in brushed stainless

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Speedmaster 38 Co-Axial

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Similar to the Speedmaster Racing that Omega debuted in 2012, the new Speedmaster 38 Co-Axial is powered by in-house caliber 3300 and offered a price point under five thousand dollars. Distinguished by horizontal oval subdials and a vertical oval date display, the dial takes inspiration from several De Ville timepieces. The steel case measures 38 mm in diameter, with an 18 mm lug width, and features a mixture of brushed and polished surfaces. A box-type sapphire crystal protects the dial and is surrounded by a fixed tachymeter bezel. A seahorse medallion is stamped on the screw-in solid steel caseback. Water-resistance is 100 meters. Inside, is Omega’s entry-level in-house automatic, caliber 3300 which beats at 4Hz and features a Si14 silicon balance spring, free sprung balance wheel, a column wheel, and NIVACHOC shock absorber. The 31 jewels Co-Axial movement has a

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