To celebrate the 20th time OMEGA had served as Official Timekeeper, the brand brought forth a high-tech Seamaster that made use of an analogue chronograph and digital displays.
Animated by a unique piece from the OMEGA Museum Collection, the OMEGA Sochi Petrograd commemorates the Sochi Olympic Winter Games and the host country. The unique “tonneau” shape of the 18K yellow gold case recalls a timepiece originally produced in 1915.
For OMEGA fans and Speed master fanatics looking for a watch with an iconic design and a bit of colour, OMEGA has reintroduced its Mark II with a fluorescent orange timer hand and a matching minute track! Celebrating OMEGA’s involvement in the Games and its receipt of the Olympic Cross of Merit at the previous event, which recognised the brand’s “Outstanding service to the world of sports.” At the OMEGA Pavilion in Sochi, cosmonaut Major General Alexei Leonov wore his special limited edition 18K gold Constellation Megaquartz “Apollo-Soyuz” wristwatch.
Six VIPs received personalised timepieces in 1975 to honour their contributions to the winner of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project that year.
The case back of the legendary infinite explorer’s watch is engraved with his name, the launch date of the spacecraft and the words “FIRST INTERNATIONAL SPACE FLIGHT.” Luxury of the highest calibre: the OMEGA Ladymatic “Pearls and Diamonds” in 18K Sedna™ gold! Explore the other recherché models in the Ladymatic collection.
This winter watch collection is best fit for party days and all men who wish the hot fashion for girls. Now see some pictures of OMEGA Watches winter collection at the Sochi Olympic Games…
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