World-Renowned Watches

OMEGA has been setting accuracy and precision standards for decades. Their commitment to ‘Exact Time for Life’ has shown through their record of advancements in the field and involvement
in important moments in history.

Perhaps most unique about OMEGA is their involvement in space exploration.

The Value of an Omega Watch

OMEGA offers a wide variety of pieces, including some reasonably priced introductory watches. One such watch is the Seamaster Diver 300M Quartz 28 MM which retails at $2,300. Of course, many collectors do not enjoy quartz watches, opting instead for a mechanical movement. If you want to get your hands on a Moon Watch, the introductory Speedmasters start at $4,7000. The lower end watches include a rubber band. One such example is the Racing Co-Axial Chronograph 40 mm.

If you’re really looking to indulge in an OMEGA watch, you should consider the De Ville Tourbillon Co-Axial Limited Edition 38.7 mm. This gorgeous timepiece retails for $725,000 and is worth every penny. Only 3 timepieces in the De Ville Tourbillion family will be produced. This platinum watch contains 170 baguette diamonds and 289 single-cut diamonds.

Famous Omega Watches

Perhaps the most famous owner of OMEGA watches in one 007. Since 1995, James Bond has proudly worn OMEGA watches in all of the movies.

Other notable owners of OMEGA watches include Elvis Pressley, JFK and Robert Downey Junior.

The OMEGA Speedmaster was also the first watch ever on the moon. Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong wore their watches on their trip to the moon. The company has a long history with NASA, so it’s not a surprise that these watches made their place in history on Apollo 11.

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