Characteristics of Omega WatchesOmega watches have been at the forefront of watchmaking for six decades. A paragon of both durability, and reliability, Omega Watches inspire and are inspired by the revolutions of the world and beyond. Omega's Speedmaster was the first watch on the Moon, and Omega has been bonded with science and innovation ever since. Not content as being the iconic timepiece for the sciences, Omega brings its quality to the realm of sports, serving as the official timekeeper for the Olympic games. Their revolutionary movements and precision are on full display in their Master Chronometer series, as well as many of their other collections.
Popular Omega Watch CollectionsAs timeless, and clear as its namesake, the Constellation collection has been a staple of Omega since 1952. Not looking to remain static, this series has incorporated contemporary conveniences and innovations but retains its signature design elements. Prominent Roman numerals mark the time, guided by a single golden star, and embellished by half-moon facets and the four cardinal claws. The Constellation for women sports slender silhouettes and diamond accents. For a more refined aesthetic, the De Ville for women collection features elegant, sensual, and fashionable pieces that are uncompromising, and will perfectly accentuate any outfit they become a part of.
First appearing in 1970, the Seamaster remains one of the most reliable, and durable underwater wristwatches on the market. Overhauled with the latest technology, these watches are now water-resistant to 50m thanks to their updated helium escape valve. For men, the Seamaster features slender dials available in black, white, blue, or PVD chrome, supplemented with Super-LumiNova indexes. The Seamaster for women collection offers mother-of-pearl dials that are easy to see even in deep water, and are designed to be beautiful on land as well as functional beneath the waves. Luxury models are arrayed with sparkling gemstones in an attractive wave pattern.