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The Omega Speedmaster is Steeped in History

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Few watches have kept enthusiasts excited for as long as the Omega Speedmaster has, and few have the history and legacy. Though it started life as a motorsport-related timepiece, the Speedmaster earned its iconic “Moonwatch” nickname in 1962 when astronaut Walter Schirra wore one on a Mercury mission. Today, Omega makes a dizzying number of […]

Three Great Watches for Mother’s Day

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If you’re still shopping for a Mother’s Day, it can feel like crunch time. There’s still time to get a great gift, though, and a watch is a wonderful way to celebrate the day and the person. Choosing the right one can be tough, so we’ve grabbed three of our favorite models to help get […]

The Omega Seamaster 300M is A Modern Legend

Divers are the “it” watch of the century, it seems. Everyone from James Bond to your local librarian wears them, and there are so many styles, price points, and brands that it can be hard to know which is the best for you. I’m here to make it easy for you: If you don’t want […]

8 Interesting Facts About Omega Watches

1. TIME FOR LIFE Ever since it’s foundation Omega has been on the quest to achieve the best in precision, quality, design and innovation. At the beginning of twentieth century many watch manufacturers engaged in watch competitions and trials. These events lead to a rapid development in the industry. At the 1931 Geneva Observatory event, […]

Review: Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

  The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is a well-known, one of the best dive watches of all time. One of the aspects of it’s popularity comes from standing apart from Rolex Submariner (another great watch). While so many companies trying to copy look and feel of Rolex Submariner, Omega is proudly keeps developing Seamaster Planet […]

Omega Moonwatch Professional Chronograph

  OMEGA MOONWATCH PROFESSIONAL CHRONOGRAPH   For well over half a century, the OMEGA Speedmaster has witnessed events that have tested the limits of physical endurance and human courage. It’s the only piece of equipment used in all of NASA’s piloted space missions from Gemini to the current International Space Station program. When Buzz Aldrin […]

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