When we look at advancements in horology Omega immediately comes to mind. From the early beginning, quality and precision were at the bases of what the company was known for even before it became known as Omega.
Omega Specialty collection highlights some of the most notable, limited edition Omega watches that celebrate ingenuity, resilience, and exquisite craftsmanship.
The Constellation line of Omega watches was born with the release of a 100th anniversary, limited edition, and self-winding chronometer named Century in 1948. The watch was a great success and although it was never meant to become a full line of watches, in 1952 Omega launched a series of watches with the same movement and design characteristics as the original Century and named it Constellation.
Omega De Ville Hour Vision Collection marked a new ear for Omega and set a new standard for watch industry worldwide. Through their Hour Vision Collection, Omega introduced the new Co-Axial caliber 8500/8501 movement technology.
Omega Seamaster embodies the spirit of exploration and adventure. Its sleek contours, uncluttered design, and expertly crafted movement made this watch a serious competitor among other professional diving watches.
Omega introduced the first Speedmaster in 1957. The original Speedmaster featured a caliber 321 movement and the iconic three sub-dial design. Almost overnight, the watch became a success because of its accuracy, readability, and durability.
Just as every notable Swiss watchmaker, Omega has its place in the history of extraordinary achievements in the aviation and space exploration history. However, I am getting ahead of myself. Omega was started by the Brandt family. In 1880 Brandt brothers Louis-Paul and Cesar took their father's watch making business and restructured it to form a 100% in-house watch production.
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