Omega was first established in 1848 by watchmaker Louis Brandt, opening a small factory in the Swiss village La Chaux-de-Fonds. Brandt was driven by accuracy and was intent on developing the highest quality watches he could. Brandt’s reputation soon spread across Europe and has made Omega into the successful brand it is today. However, it was not until 1894 that Omega was born. Brandt then went into business with his brother, creating one of Omega’s most famous pieces – the 19-ligne Calibre. Bolstering their reputation, the watch was precise, detailed and ground-breaking. The brothers crowned their new achievement “Omega”, a name that has stuck to this day.


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James Bond

No Time To Die

007 is on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist, but the task becomes far more dangerous than expected. Tackling a mysterious new villain, James Bond is armed with the Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition, built from tough titanium for the most action-packed situations.

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Space Legacy

Speedmaster In Space

The OMEGA Speedmaster has been the choice of astronauts and space agencies for more than half a century. In fact, it has been associated with some of humankind's greatest extra-terrestrial adventures and has been one of the most famous chronographs in the world ever since it became the first watch worn on the Moon in July of 1969.

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Tokyo 2020

Official Timekeeper

At Tokyo 2020, OMEGA fulfilled its role as Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. The athletes who have trained so hard to compete on the world stage can trust OMEGA to record their performances with utmost precision, thanks to cutting-edge technology and many decades of timekeeping experience.

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