Omega Watches

Omega Watches

Exquisite Timepieces has a large collection of authentic Omega watches like Speedmaster, Seamaster, Diver 300, Omega Moonwatch and more. The Omega brand offers exclusive options for watch collectors. Omega create highly sophisticated masterpieces that captivate people from all over the world. Exquisite timepieces offers same day shipping, full warranty and Free insurance on all Omega timepieces.


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About Omega Watches

In the pursuit of ascendancy, Omega has ventured beyond the Earth's boundaries. From accompanying astronauts to the moon to adorning the wrists of visionaries and leaders, each timepiece represents a chapter in the legacy of excellence.

History of Omega Watches

In the quiet hamlet of La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, nestled amidst the Jura Mountains, a tale of time began in the year 1848. It was the year a young and visionary watchmaker named Louis Brandt embarked on a journey that would forever change the world of horology.

Brandt began with a small workshop where he assembled pocket watches, but his commitment to excellence was soon recognized so that by the 1870s, his timepieces were being exported worldwide.

In 1894, the brand took a giant leap forward with the introduction of the Omega caliber. This technological marvel was nothing short of revolutionary, setting new standards for timekeeping accuracy.

Omega's story began getting interwoven with moments of grandeur when, in 1962, astronaut Walter Schirra chose to wear an Omega Speedmaster (Ref. CK 2998) during NASA's Sigma 7 mission.

This marked the beginning of an extraordinary cosmic journey, and seven years later, the Speedmaster achieved immortality as it accompanied astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the lunar surface during the Apollo 11 mission.
Omega's ambitions didn't stop at the stars but extended into the ocean's depths, as the Seamaster collection was born in 1948. In 1963, Jacques-Yves Cousteau's team trusted the Seamaster 300 during their pioneering underwater experiments in the Red Sea.
Omega's enduring partnership with the Olympic Games, dating back to 1932, is another chapter of its illustrious journey. As the official timekeeper, Omega has recorded the feats of athletes with impeccable precision, becoming an integral part of sporting history.
Today, Omega continues to redefine watchmaking with innovations like the Co-Axial Escapement, Silicon Balance Spring, Liquidmetal, and Ceragold Technology.
Beyond technological achievements, Omega has embraced social and environmental responsibility. The brand was one of the first to replace traditional oils in their movements with biodegradable alternatives, showcasing a dedication to sustainability.
Omega continues to push boundaries, and each timepiece from the brand carries a legacy of excellence, innovation, and precision.

Omega Collections

Since its inception in 1848, Omega has crafted timepieces that do more than tick. Omega was there, on the wrists of astronauts during lunar missions, ensuring that every second on the moon was counted. It was there when the world's greatest sporting competition was revived, bearing witness to record-breaking achievements and marking the finest moments in sports history.
Yet, Omega is not merely an emblem of accuracy; it's also a testament to design mastery, as reflected in the brand's collections below.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Collection

Released in 1993 as a modern interpretation of the classic Seamaster line, the Seamaster Diver 300M is a maritime marvel that perfectly captures the spirit of the ocean. From the stunning blue hues to iconic skeleton hands, every detail has been meticulously crafted. Whether you're a diver exploring the depths or a gentleman attending a formal soirée, the Seamaster Diver 300M seamlessly transitions between worlds.
It's the choice of James Bond, the trusted companion of daring divers and a symbol of Omega's enduring relationship with the ocean. With water resistance up to 300 meters (984 ft) and a variety of materials, from stainless steel to gold, it's a versatile companion for all occasions. Beneath the captivating exterior lies an embodiment of Omega's cutting-edge engineering: the Co-Axial escapement.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Collection

Born in 1957, the Speedmaster became the legendary "Moonwatch" as it accompanied NASA astronauts on their Apollo missions to the moon. Its iconic design, featuring a robust case, a distinctive tachymeter bezel, and a legendary chronograph function, is instantly recognizable.
From the racetrack to the red carpet, the Speedmaster is a watch for all occasions. Whether you opt for the classic Moonwatch or a modern Speedmaster with innovative materials like ceramic, titanium, Canopus Gold, or platinum, it seamlessly transitions from day to night.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Collection

Introduced in 2002, this collection was designed to be a versatile and elegant line of watches suitable for both water-related activities and formal occasions. As part of the Seamaster family, Aqua Terra watches are designed to withstand water depths of up to 150 meters (500 feet) or more. Inspired by the wooden decks of luxury sailboats, its teak-patterned dial mirrors the soothing ripples of water under the sun - an ode to the maritime world.
Under the case back, you'll find Omega's horological mastery, the Co-Axial escapement. This innovation, coupled with the exceptional power reserve, guarantees your Aqua Terra keeps ticking with unmatched reliability and accuracy.

Omega Constellation Collection

The Omega Constellation Collection is a cosmic symphony of timeless grandeur. First introduced in 1952, this collection transcends the boundaries of mere timekeeping, captivating hearts and minds with its sublime beauty and mind-blowing precision. From the understated sophistication of the Constellation Globemaster to the modern opulence of the Constellation Manhattan, each timepiece is a unique expression of elegance, class, exclusivity, and swagger.
Available in a wide range of materials, including stainless steel, gold (yellow, rose, or white), and two-tone combinations, the Constellation Collection is characterized by its distinctive "Griffes" or claws on the bezel, a golden star, and an integrated band in leather or metal. These claws serve as a design signature and hold the sapphire crystal firmly in place.

Omega Speedmaster Racing Collection

With this Racing Collection, Omega pays homage to its profound connection with the world of motorsport, stirring emotions of thrill and adventure. The Speedmaster Racing watches are equipped with a chronograph function, a prominent tachymeter scale integrated into the bezel, and striking dials inspired by the dashboards of race cars.
What truly sets this Collection apart is its impeccable precision. Many Speedmaster Racing models are certified as Master Chronometers by METAS (Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology), which involves rigorous testing for accuracy, magnetic resistance, and overall performance.

Omega Railmaster Collection

The Omega Railmaster Collection carries with it a rich history, dating back to the mid-20th century when it was originally designed for railway employees, scientists, and engineers.
In an age where extravagance often takes center stage, the Railmaster is an ode to simplicity and functionality and stands as a bridge between history and modernity. Its minimalist design, characterized by clean lines, uncluttered dials, and a lack of ostentation, is captivating in its own right.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Collection

The Seamaster lineage, born in 1948, was initially designed as a robust, water-resistant timepiece for active individuals. However, it was with the launch of the Seamaster Planet Ocean Collection that Omega's commitment to pushing the boundaries of aquatic horology truly came to the forefront.
Each timepiece is a gateway to a world of exploration and beckons you to dive in and explore the depths of both time and the sea. The classic Seamaster design elements are seamlessly integrated into the collection, with its bold and distinctive case, luminous indices, and the iconic broad-arrow hour hand. Materials range from stainless steel for the purists to more exotic options like Sedna gold and ceramic for those seeking the epitome of luxury.

Omega De Ville Collection

Whether you're attending a prestigious gala, sealing a business deal, or simply savoring life's finest moments, an Omega De Ville watch on your wrist elevates every occasion to one of distinction. Infused with the soul of Omega's heritage, the De Ville Collection is home to watches that cater to those who seek to make a statement without saying a word.
Omega spares no expense in the choice of materials, so you'll find watches crafted from stainless steel, precious metals like gold, and cutting-edge materials like titanium and ceramic. De Ville watches are celebrated for their refined design, clean dials, slim profiles, and harmonious balance of classic and modern elements. They also come with various complications, including date displays, moon phases, chronographs, and even tourbillons in some high-end models.

Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope Collection

Inspired by OMEGA's chronograph wristwatches from the 1940s, the Chronoscope Collection is an extension of the legendary Omega Speedmaster and carries with it the emotional weight of history. These watches are built for precision timing and come with three distinctive timing scales in a 1940s “snail” design.
Standard features include two sub-dials that allow you to measure elapsed time with remarkable accuracy and a unique “spiral” track pattern beneath the numbers. The design, reminiscent of spacecraft instruments, is nothing short of captivating. As a tool for those who appreciate not just the passage of time but the mastery of it, each timepiece is driven by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 9908.

Omega Ploprof Collection

"Ploprof" is an abbreviation of "Plongeur Professionnel," which translates to "Professional Diver" in French. With a fascinating history dating back to 1970, Omega's Ploprof watches are a symphony of cutting-edge technology and unyielding strength. Crafted to withstand pressures at depths of up to 1,200 meters (4,000 feet), these timepieces are fortified fortresses of horological engineering.
The Ploprof Collection is a tribute to pioneers and explorers, those who chart new territories and dive headfirst into the abyss. It's a nod to the fearless spirit of Jacques Cousteau and his underwater adventures, where Omega watches were first put to the test. The collection features a distinctive angular case with a unique crown protector and a helium escape valve.

How Much Do Omega Watches Cost?

Omega offers a captivating collection for every connoisseur. The prices of Omega watches vary due to the collection, materials used (like stainless steel, gold, or platinum), complications (such as chronographs or moon phases), and the watch's rarity or limited edition status.
Listings for Omega watches on Exquisite Timepieces currently start from around US$2,500 to US$3,000 for entry-level models, while expensive options command several hundred thousand dollars and more.
The table below reveals the price range for different Omega watch collections and what makes them unique.

Model Starting Price Unique Features
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Summer Blue (ref. $6,300 75th-anniversary version of the iconic Seamaster Diver 300M
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Master Chronograph (Ref.310. $6,600 Inspired by the 4th generation Speedmaster style worn on the moon.
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Worldtimer Summer Blue (Ref. $9,900 Worldtimer watch. Displays the current time in multiple time zones around the world.
Omega Constellation Co-Axial Master Chronometer Steel Gold Blue Dial on Strap $9,800 Famous 'claws' offer a memorable appearance, contributing to its overall elegance and sophistication.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Summer Blue (Ref. $7,400 Water resistant to a depth of 600 meters, comes with a life-saving helium escape valve.
Omega 434. De Ville Prestige Co-Axial Master Chronometer Power Reserve 41mm. $6,000 Visually appealing "Clous de Paris" pattern on the dial.
Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co‑Axial Master Chronometer (Ref. $12,600 Extraordinary water resistance of up to 1,200 meters (4,000 feet).

Best Selling Omega Watches

With a legacy spanning over a century, Omega watches have all become enduring symbols of heritage, innovation, and adventure. However, some Omega watches reign supreme in the annals of watchmaking history. Here are some of the historically popular and iconic Omega watches:

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer on Bracelet (ref.

The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer is a fusion of cutting-edge technology, timeless elegance, and unparalleled functionality. With its robust 42mm stainless steel case and Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement, this watch marries the strength of robust materials with the grace of precision craftsmanship. With 300 meters of water resistance, luminescent markers and hands, a unidirectional rotating bezel, and a helium escape valve, this timepiece embodies Omega's commitment to excellence.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Master Chronograph (ref. 310.

In 1969, as Neil Armstrong took a historic step onto the moon's surface, his wrist bore the weight of the world's dreams, with the Moonwatch as his trusted companion.
Arguably one of the world’s most iconic timepieces, the Speedmaster Moonwatch is renowned for being a part of all six moon landings and is a timeless masterpiece that transcends the boundaries of time and gravity.
From the sleek 42mm stainless steel case to the meticulously crafted Speedmaster-styled dial and famous dot over 90, every detail of the Moonwatch Professional is a testament to Swiss watchmaking at its finest.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer (ref.

Popular for its harmonious blend of precision and versatility, the Seamaster Aqua Terra is a tribute to Omega's rich seafaring legacy.
From the teak-patterned dial, inspired by the wooden decks of luxury yachts, to the 41mm stainless steel case that exudes strength and resilience, this watch is a statement of sophistication.
It is powered by the OMEGA Master Chronometer caliber 8900 with 60 hours of power reserve and has a water resistance of 150 meters (500 feet).

Omega Constellation Globemaster Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer 39mm Silver Dial on Bracelet (ref.

The Omega Constellation collection has long been synonymous with timeless elegance and sophistication, but the Globemaster elevates this heritage to new heights. The Ref., with a 39mm stainless steel case and silver dial adorned with a pie-pan design, captures the essence of classic watchmaking.
Features include a metal scratch-proof fluted bezel, the ability to tell the time in different timezones, and a date display at 6 o'clock. The Globemaster holds the record of the world's first Master Chronometer.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M (ref.

Famous for providing unwavering accuracy in the harshest environments, where magnetic fields and unforgiving pressures prevail, this timepiece pays homage to Omega's maritime legacy.
Encased in 43.5mm stainless steel, the Ref. is water-resistant to a depth of 600 meters (2,000 feet) and comes with a helium escape valve. It is equipped with Omega's Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement.

Omega Movements

Omega's commitment to precision and innovation is evident in the range of movements it offers. From traditionalists who appreciate manual movements to modern watch enthusiasts seeking the latest in horological technology, here are the different movements the brand offers.

Automatic Movements

Omega offers a wide range of automatic movements, all featuring chronometer certification, attesting to their exceptional timekeeping accuracy. Each movement is meticulously assembled and undergoes rigorous testing to meet the demanding standards of COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres).
Many of these automatic movements incorporate state-of-the-art materials, such as silicon hairsprings and escapements, which enhance resistance to magnetic fields, contributing to the movement's overall longevity, power reserve, and accuracy.

Manual-Wind Movements

Omega's manual-wind watches encompass a wide range of styles and complications, from classic three-hand movements to more intricate chronograph and tourbillon movements.
These movements, known for their smooth winding action, maintain an accuracy within a range of -4 to +6 seconds per day. They also feature plates and bridges adorned with elegant Geneva stripes (Côtes de Genève) and perlage patterns.

Quartz Movements

Omega's quartz watches are among the best-performing time-telling devices on the market. These watches are powered by a small battery, which provides a constant electrical current to the watch's circuit, ensuring accurate timekeeping. Omega's quartz movements are designed to keep time with incredible precision, often losing or gaining only a few seconds per month.

Omega Watch Colors

Omega's diverse color palette allows watch enthusiasts to find the perfect timepiece that aligns with their style and preferences, whether they prefer classic, sporty, or unconventional designs. The primary colors found in several models include silver, black, blue, white, and various shades of gold, including yellow, rose, and white gold.
Omega's use of orange, red, green, and various shades of gray add a contemporary touch to their timepieces but are found in fewer models. Omega occasionally releases limited edition models with unconventional and eye-catching colors ranging from vibrant shades like yellow and turquoise to bold combinations of multiple colors.

Omega Watch Materials

Omega utilizes a variety of high-quality materials in the construction of their watch cases and other watch parts. Stainless steel, bronze, titanium, and ceramic are frequently used for Its cases. For exceptional models, Omega uses 950 platinum, various gold alloys, and proprietary gold alloys such as Sedna™ Gold, Canopus™ Gold, and Moonshine™ Gold.
Omega employs sapphire crystal for the watch's front and, in some models, the case back, while materials for the bezel include aluminum, ceramic, and Liquidmetal. Finally, straps are crafted from various materials, including stainless steel, leather, rubber, and fabric.

Omega Watch Types

Whether you're an adventurer, a professional, or someone who appreciates timeless elegance, there's an Omega timepiece designed to suit your needs and preferences.
Omega produces a wide range of chronograph watches, dive watches, dress watches, sophisticated timepieces, and many everyday watches that strike a balance between style and functionality. Omega also produces specialty watches such as GMT watches, aviation watches for pilots, and limited-edition models.

Omega Watch Complications

For those seeking advanced features and technical precision in their timepieces, Omega enhances its timepieces' functionality by offering various watch complications.
Some notable Omega watch complications include Chronographs, Date/Day-date displays, Moonphase, GMT, Annual/Perpetual Calendars, Tourbillons, Power Reserve Indicator, Equation of time, and Split-seconds complication, also known as a rattrapante.

Omega Partnerships & Brand Ambassadors

In addition to serving as the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932, Omega watches have been prominently featured in James Bond films since 1995's "GoldenEye".
The Swiss Marque collaborated with Swatch in March of 2022 and boasts of a longstanding partnership with NASA. Omega proudly supports and sponsors numerous philanthropy, science, and environmental sustainability causes, such as the GoodPlanet Foundation, Starmus Science Festival, and Orbis International.
Omega has a long history of collaborating with high-profile ambassadors and celebrities who reflect the brand's values of excellence, innovation, and style. Notable Omega ambassadors include George Clooney, Nicole Kidman, Eddie Redmayne (famous for his roles "The Theory of Everything" and "Fantastic Beasts"), Rory McIlroy, Cindy Crawford, Daniel Craig and many others.
From the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, to President Joe Biden and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Omega watches have adorned the wrists of numerous famous individuals over the years.
Legendary personalities like the "King of Rock 'n' Roll," Elvis Presley, often wore Omega watches during his performances, and contemporary celebrities like Ryan Reynolds, Nick Jonas, and Tom Hanks frequently wear Omega timepieces at red carpet events and public appearances.
Let's not forget Astronaut Buzz Aldrin wore an Omega Speedmaster during NASA's Apollo 11 mission, and famous Tech Billionaire Elon Musk has also been spotted wearing an Omega watch.

Buying Omega Watches

Apart from Omega's boutiques and the brand's official website, Omega's network of authorized dealers forms the bedrock of its global presence.
While it's easy to purchase Omega watches through private sellers on several online and offline marketplaces, it is crucial to buy Omega watches only from reputable sources. This guarantees authenticity and access to after-sales service and warranties.
As an authorized retailer, Exquisite Timepieces offers a carefully curated assortment of Omega watches, backed by the brand's warranty and impeccable reputation.

Caring for Your Omega Watch

Purchasing an Omega watch means possessing a tangible piece of time's continuum, as each piece carries a legacy of craftsmanship that spans generations. But much like us, watches age. And as they do, they sometimes whisper their needs - a hesitant tick, a lagging second hand, or a slightly faded luster.
Even the most cautious of owners cannot evade the stealthy culprits of watch wear, and Omega watches require expert care to retain their beauty and precision over time. At Exquisite Timepieces Watch Repair Service, we understand the deep emotional and material value of your luxury watch. Our mission has always been to preserve the essence of your timepiece by entrusting it only to the hands of experts.
We collaborate exclusively with authorized service facilities, ensuring that your watch is in the care of seasoned professionals who understand the intricate details of luxury timepieces. From expert services on movements to complete restoration and replacements of parts, each watch entrusted to us embarks on a journey of revival as we ensure it remains in top condition for generations to come.

Omega FAQ

Is Omega owned by Rolex?

No, Omega is not owned by Rolex. Both Omega and Rolex are independent Swiss watchmaking companies with their histories and ownership. Omega is part of the Swatch Group, one of the world's largest watch conglomerates, while Rolex is a privately owned company.

Is an Omega better than a Rolex?

No, it's subjective; the "better" choice comes down to your personal preferences, budget, and intended use for the watch. Both Omega and Rolex are prestigious Swiss watch brands with distinct characteristics.

Does Omega hold value like Rolex?

Omega watches hold their value well; however, Rolex watches tend to have a more consistent and stronger resale value over time due to higher demand in the secondary market.

Are Omega watches worth the money?

Absolutely. Omega watches are worth the money due to their quality, heritage, and versatility.

How long do Omega watches last?

The specific lifespan of an Omega watch can vary depending on factors such as usage, the model's complexity, and how well it is taken care of. However, with proper care and regular servicing, an Omega watch can last for a lifetime.

Find your new Omega watch with Exquisite Timepieces

Whether you seek the classic allure of the Constellation, the adventure-ready Seamaster, or the timeless elegance of the De Ville, let your journey to owning the perfect Omega watch begin with Exquisite Timepieces.
As an authorized dealer, we guarantee that every Omega watch you purchase from us is genuine and certified, providing you with the peace of mind that your investment is in expert hands.
Our curated collection boasts a wide array of Omega models, and whatever your style or preference, you'll find the Omega watch that resonates with your essence. We go the extra mile to make your watch-buying experience seamless by offering free, insured shipping. No need to worry about additional costs or the safety of your prized timepiece during transit—Exquisite Timepieces have you covered.

Our commitment to authenticity, unparalleled selection, and unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction make us the ideal partner in your horological pursuit. Visit Exquisite Timepieces online or in person to explore the world of Omega watches.

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