What Makes Omega Special?

Omega is one of the world's most prominent Swiss luxury watchmakers, creating some of the most prominent wristwatches in history. With models such as the Speedmaster being chosen as the Moonwatch, the Seamaster as the Bond watch and the Globemaster being the world's first Master Chronometer, Omega's rich history of innovation sets it apart from its competition.

History of Omega

Omega began as a spin-off brand under the La Generale Watch Company in 1903, where its designs were instantly popular, with its merger with Tissot in 1930 propelling it to become the largest Swiss manufactuer of watches by the 1970's. Its watches have consistently been chosen as the choice watch for many institutions throughout the years - from the British and American Flying Corps in WWI, the Olympics since 1932, NASA for its mission to the Moon in 1969 and James Bond since 1995, highlighting the quality of their watches throughout history. With a long history, along with Patek Philippe in creating precise chronometers since 1894 and its continued innovations in the present as seen by its Globemaster, Omega continues to be one of the world's most impressive and dominant watch manufacturers.

Rarity & Exclusivity of Omega

Despite their affordability, Omega's watches are steeped in history - from the Speedmaster being the first watch on the Moon, to the Seamaster being the choice watch of Bond, Omega watches signify a sense of importance and quality throughout history that other watches cannot match. With many limited editions of its most popular watches driving the collectability of Omegas, one can easily purchase a unique Omega which still holds the unprecedented weight of history behind it whilst remaining exclusive.