With a history punctuated by successes, Omega is now one of the watch brands most prestigious in the world. Since 1848 the manufacturing created by the Swiss watchmaker Louis Brandt, has been writing the golden pages of the history of modern watch, garnering numerous awards that recognize the high technology of its creations, its precision chronograph and commitment of the firm with the sports world.
Milestones as the birth in 1894 Omega 19 caliber “have revolutionized the watch industry and today, Omega continues to lead the evolution to mark the time of the new millennium. Omega is the undisputed leader in sports timing. Since 1932, Los Angeles, has been 21 consecutive “Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games.” Moreover, in 1965, NASA called the Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph “Official Clock for all human space flight crew”, To commemorate the 40 anniversary of the Speedmaster, Omega launches 1998 a special series (40 in total) with patches of each NASA mission in the area, consisting of 23 watches. The last one is an exact replica Speedmaster Model 1957, with needles dauphiné and traditional area.
A few years ago, the Swiss manufacturing linked to the figure of James Bond character in the movie “Tomorrow Neves Dies” has the Seamaster Professional Diver Watch. In 1996, the golfer Bernhard Langer and starring supermodel Cindy Crawford Constellation Omega campaign in skeletal versions, Constellation Chronograph (Piguet caliber 1270) and Constellation temperature compensated quartz perpetual calendar. Other innovations were the Omega Speedmaster automatic daydate “am.pm” pink gold and Dynamic Seamaster chronograph.
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