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Omega Watches: A Short History

Omega SA is a high-end watch business primarily based in Biel/Bienne Switzerland. Omega is currently owned by the Swatch Group. The forerunner of Omega was founded at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland in 1848 by 23-year-old Louis Brandt. Following his death, his two sons Louis-Paul and César Brandt built 1 of Switzerland's biggest watch businesses. They both passed away in 1903 and left the business in the hands of four young people, the oldest of whom, Paul-Emile Brandt, was not however 24 but who ultimately became the fantastic architect and builder of Omega. His influence would be felt more than the next half-century. Omega is still one of the world's most recognizable watch brands today.

As with other luxury watchmakers, Omega has a staggering number of models in numerous collections, which are updated regularly. Discovering a particular Omega watch can be a tough job due to sheer volume, but do not be concerned, I will try to help you out. I have an affinity for Omega watches since my father gave me a 1971 Omega Seamaster Cosmic. When it was time for me to get my personal, a Seamaster was the all-natural option.

Omega Collections

Omega designs watches for males and for ladies in 5 collections:

1. Constellation 2. Seamaster 3. Speedmaster 4. De Ville 5. Specialties

If you're shopping for an Omega watch, you will generally find the first 4 collections available on-line. As for the fifth, Specialties are precisely that... specialties (like Beijing 2008), so they're quite rare. I would recommend studying about them on the Omega web site prior to deciding to make a purchase. Purchasing an Omega watch is a large deal, so you want to do your research and take your time unless you know Exactly what you're searching for.

Omega watches are identified by their Reference number, which is distinctive to every particular model for that offered iteration, usually in an ####.##.00 format. For instance, two Speedmaster Expert watches may have different reference numbers based on the model year and the case, dial and bracelet colours. An auction website like eBay is a great location to discover authentic Omega watches at great prices. However, once you have identified a particular watch you might be interested in, I extremely suggest copying the Reference quantity and visiting the Omega website search page to get a good identification on the auctioned watch.

Omega Watches With No Name

A practice that was discontinued some 20 years ago, was to on occasion omit the model series name on the face of the watch and simply use the Omega company name. When Omega designed a watch for a specific audience, then it would add the model series to the face. The Omega Railmaster is one such example when it was launched in 1957, but the name has now stuck. Even these days, some Omega De Ville watches omit the De Ville name to keep the face less cluttered and much more elegant.

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