Omega watches can stand the test of time, not only because of their durability but also their stylish aesthetic and flawless craftsmanship. Omega is the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games and it is no surprise that Omega timepieces have been worn by presidents, princes and even the first men on the moon. We present the seven watches we believe are Omega’s most iconic
Omega Speedmaster ‘57
Arguably Omega’s most iconic watch, the Speedmaster has been a part of all six lunar missions and is the only watch to have passed NASA regulations and make it to the moon.
The most feminine watch in the Omega family, the Ladymatic combines state-of-the-art mechanics with elegant design to create a timepiece that is truly extraordinary. A bezel covered in snow-set diamonds and a fashionable bracelet have made has this one of the most coveted women’s wristwatches.
Omega De Ville Central Tourbillon
Handcrafted by a select group of horologists in Omega’s Cellule Haut de Gamme in Bienne, this model is the only central tourbillon wristwatch in the world. Central mechanisms exposed on the watch-face help make this timepiece possibly the most show-stopping member of the Omega family.
Omega Olympic pocket watch
The pocket watch model was first used by Omega when it became official timekeeper of the Olympic Games in 1932. The Omega pocket watches available today are powered using rediscovered movements that had been stored at Omega’s headquarters in Biel since 1932, meaning each one contains a piece of horological history.
Omega Museum Milestone 1941
Omega’s Museum collection takes classic Omega pieces that are over 50 years old and reissues them for the modern market. The Milestone 1941 model reflects Omega’s traditional design and heritage.
Omega Seamaster 500M
The Seamaster has been one of Omega’s most popular collections since its launch in 1953 and designs from the range have been been worn by everyone from Prince William of England to fictional hero James Bond.
Omega De Ville Co-Axial
The Omega De Ville Co-Axial’s simple yet classic design features, which include Roman numeral hour indexes, earn it a spot on the list of Omega icons.