Omega’s Olympic watches review

June 5, 2020

Things have changed a long time because Omega’s first time at the rodeo when, in 1932, 30 stopwatches and a watchmaker were discharged from Switzerland into Los Angeles to period the occasion. In the event the London 2012 Olympics are anything to go by – where 400 tons of gear, 180km of cabling and 850 […]

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The 5 Best Watches Which Are Less Than $10,000

November 2, 2016

You should feel some serious trepidation before pulling the trigger,if five figures is the hard cap for your next timepiece. This is, after all, the world of in-house movements, increasingly convoluted (yet lustworthy) complications, and some of horology’s heaviest hitters. These are the five best watches for under $10,000.With that in mind, our favorite choices […]

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45.5mm Chronograph hands on 02

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45.5mm Chronograph

June 16, 2016

The Planet Ocean was debuted in 2005 and has become a mainstay, in the last 10 years, of Omega’s sports watch collections. This year Omega has released a brand new Planet Ocean 45.5 mm Chronograph, with a new co-axial chronograph movement (METAS/Master Chronometer certified, a first for Omega chronographs) and in new materials. As you […]

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Side of Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet

The Watch For Earth Day-Omega Aqua Terra GoodPlanet Editions

May 4, 2016

Omega has partnered with the GoodPlanet Foundation to release two versions at two sizes of the special watch for Earth Day. New Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GoodPlanet will come in a 38.5mm version as well as a larger 43mm GMT model, both featuring Omega’s Master Co-Axial Chronometer calibers. Both watches have cases made from grade […]

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Front of Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon dial

Professional Moonwatch-Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon

April 18, 2016

The new Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon is renowned for its impeccable design across the world. It was debuted at Basel World 2016. The dial on this watch is made from a meteorite that fell in Namibia in prehistoric times. The allure of the dial is simply sensational, and utilizing material from space […]

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How To Pick The Right Watch In The Office

April 13, 2016

The modern office is a minefield. From dress codes to water-cooler conversation topics, today’s coalface requires you to tread carefully if you want to climb to the top. But how – in a world where billionaire tech CEOs wear hoodies and jeans to board meetings – can you stake out your status? The answer is […]

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The Best Watch Brands

March 17, 2016

Watches have a lot going for them compared to, say, a coat or pair of trainers. They’re trendproof for the most part, easy to wear (once you heed the golden rule of matching the size of your watchface to your wrist) and they’re available at price points that run the gamut, too – from a […]

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Front of Bremont ALT1-C/PB Dress Chronograph

Baselworld 2016-Omega Speedmaster Moonphase Chronograph Master Chronometer

February 27, 2016

Omega has just announced just announced the new Omega Speedmaster Moonphase with new Omega Caliber 9904 at Baselworld 2016.  The watch boasts a beautiful sun-brushed blue dial, ceramic bezel with liquidmetal inlay, and steel case. The new 368-part Caliber 9904 is really top notch in providing the latest technology, and it is nicely finished as […]

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Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Numbered Edition ‘First Omega In Space’ Watch

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Numbered Edition ‘First Omega In Space’ Watch

October 7, 2015

Classy Omega Speedmaster in Sedna gold just got a gift for 2015 with the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Numbered Edition 39.7mm ref. 311. Disregard the totally odd-sounding name that doesn’t really help you understand the design inspiration for the watch and focus on just how beautiful this new Panda-dialed Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch looks. Slyly released at […]

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Omega Spacemaster Z-33

September 17, 2015

The thrill of flying the top skies around the fighter jet is not something many of us may go through. The tough conditions inside the jet’s cockpit demand extreme skill and endurance. The pilot encounters extreme G-pressure, frequent temperature changes, sudden darkness, and heat in the equipment, frequently at one time. The pilot’s watch too […]

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