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Omega De Ville Tourbillon

This Central Tourbillon is a sublime expression of the art of watchmaking. Handcrafted in OMEGA’s Cellule Haut de Gamme, it is the only central tourbillon wristwatch in the world. The tourbillon cage rotates completely once every minute, offsetting the effect of gravity on the performance of the watch.


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Omega Speedmaster

In 1969 this watch accompanied a couple of Americans on the first mission to the moon. The Speedmaster is still one of the main models from Omega and is available in a bewildering number of executions. The Professional uses a traditional hand-wound movement.


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Omega Seamaster Ploprof

It’s a funny sounding name and maybe that’s because it is an abbreviation of two French words: Plongeur and Professionel. The watch was the result of a cooperation between Omega and a French diving company. The Ploprof of 1970 was a watch that was water resistant to 600m.
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Omega Seamaster 300M

The OMEGA 300 was the perfect accessory for professional divers. No one was in a better position to describe the OMEGA Automatic Seamaster 300 at work then Alain Julien, a French commercial diver who wore his “300” on a daily basis in 1958 and 1959. Julien wrote “The Seamasters are of extraordinary solidarity and precision.
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Omega De Ville Hour Vision

Omega has experimented with monocoque case constructions since 1960. On the basis of such a Seamaster model the Seamaster De Ville was launched in 1970. Several years later Omega dropped the Seamaster name and developed the De Ville collection into a series of very elegant dress watches.
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Omega Seamaster 600M Planet Ocean

The elegant yet robust design of the Omega Automatic Seamaster 300 is recalled by the Seamaster Planet Ocean. Like its ancestor, the Planet Ocean has a rugged stainless steel case presented on a stainless steel bracelet. It also has an easy-to-read black unidirectional rotating bezel and a dramatic black dial.
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Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

When Omega created the Seamaster Aqua Terra it was influenced by some design elements which had characterized some great Omega wristwatches in the past. One of these was the 1960 Automatic Seamaster. The Aqua Terra is a fitting homage to its timeless design but what’s inside its case would make its ancestor proud.


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Omega Constellation

The Constellation was remarkable when introduced in 1952. It was and is technologically advanced and it looked brilliant with the sets of claws holding the bezel and the integrated case/bracelet design. Omega restyled the Constellation series a couple of years ago but thankfully kept the basic design as it is.
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Omega Seamaster

Lovingly styled watch with stainless steel 39mm case and silver dial. Small seconds hand. It is water resistant to 120m and features an highly accurate co-axial movement. The watch is part of a special collection to commemorate the 2012 London Olympic Games.


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