Omega

Omega SA
Jakob Stämpflistr. 96, 2500 Biel 4, SWITZERLAND
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The Omega Speedmaster Mark II, launched in 1969, was a more streamlined, spiffier version of the Speedmaster that landed on the moon that year. Now Omega has brought the Mark II back. We test the new version of the Omega Speedmaster Mark II in “A Sleeker Speedy,” the cover story of WatchTime’s upcoming November-December 2014 […]

 
When it comes to museums operated by watch brands, the Omega museum in Bienne is definitely one worth a visit (and if you’re not planning a trip to Switzerland, there’s a website as well: www.omegamuseum.com). It is located just across from Omega HQ, admission is free, it’s open on Saturdays as well as during the […]

 
We at Monochrome Watches were all so excited with the idea of the re-edition of the Seamaster 300 that we actually didn’t expect a new version of the Speedmaster at Baselworld 2014. Last year, Omega went the extra mile: playing the vintage card with the Seamaster 300 and the Speedmaster Mark II and also being innovative with the […]

 
As another Election Day approaches in the United States, we at WatchTime decided it would be a great time to revisit our piece on watches worn by American presidents over the years. Scroll down to see the list we’ve compiled of notable wristwatches and pocketwatches belonging to past (and current) commanders-in-chief. George Washington carried a […]

 
I’ve covered lots of Omega Seamasters and Speedmasters — the brand’s most popular families — in my series of Fratello Friday columns on Omega, but let’s not forget about the Constellation. Although the current Constellation is popular mostly in Asia, past models were considered to be the brand’s flagships just about everywhere. This week’s article […]