Category Archives: Omega Watches
Watches for men have been in for ladies. In Asia and europe for instance it’s exceedingly present with visit a lady putting on a Panerai watch. They appear good together too. Though this really is still a obvious situation of the lady putting on your watch. The alternative isn’t particularly common. Then you’ve the odd situation from the man’s watch in drag.
When one of the world’s most stylish women falls in love with a particular watch model, then you know this design is truly something special. Actress Nicole Kidman, one of People magazine’s fifty most beautiful people in the world and a stunning ambassador for Omega watches, was so enamoured of the new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean ‘Jewellery’ chronograph when wearing it for a recent shoot that she didn’t want to take it off afterwards.
Omega is really serious about promoting their new Omega Constellation watches for women. I mean the watch line isn’t anything new, but they just revamped the style of the watches, so they have been thoroughly updated.
Confronted with your decision of whether or not to buy the Omega Seamaster Chrono Diver or even the standard Omega Seamaster Chronometer, I wound up with these two models.
Omega get it “oh-so-right” with the new Omega Speedmaster Racing watches, unveiled at Basel 2012. This fine, dapper sporty timer, with its understated styling, textured dial and flashes of vivid contrasting colours is so good that we think it could very well beat the rest and become one of the stars of the show!
Omega has equipped the Constellation with the Omega caliber 2500B automatic movement with Co-Axial Escapement and created the Double Eagle.
The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronometer is one luxury sports watch that is really impressing me these days. While it’s a good watch that has been around for some time, and even been equipped with the George Daniels-designed Co-Axial Escapement, the versatile Aqua Terra got a massive boost this year. Why? Omega’s in-house 8500 caliber, and a sharp subtle redesign to go along with this technically impressive and very promising new self-winding movement.
I’ve been wearing this Omega Seamster Watch for almost 2 years and apart from the buckle, which most people don’t see anyway, it looks like new. I’ve been swimming in the ocean, I’ve dropped it on the floor, I’ve hit the crystal with tools, cutlery and more and all I have to show for that is a an imperceptible scratch on the bezel.
1948 was the first year the world saw an Omega Seamaster watch, and that is exactly how many pieces are in this limited edition set. Here, Omega is testing out two new technologies for its timepieces: the use of a ceramic compound for its bezel as well as Liquidmetal.
Always at the forefront of technical innovations and renowned as the watchmaking company which produced the first-ever industrialized movement, OMEGA presented its exclusive in-house manufacture calibre 8500/8501 in Geneva.