For over 150 years, Omega has been behind an impressive set of achievements. Omega landed on the moon in the 1960's, registered hundreds of watch patents (including world firsts in movements) and has been the official timer of 21 Olympic Games since 1932.
Today, Omega upholds that tradition of excellence and innovation; with elegant designs cherished and coveted around the world.
Omega warrants all watches, to the original purchaser, to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use, for a period of two years from the date of purchase.
Omega Product LineThe Omega Seamaster Men's Chronometer Watch (model P3741B) is a C.O.S.C. certified chronometer in premium grade stainless steel. The blue wave dial with luminous hands and hour markers is set in a polished, unidirectional rotating bezel with engraved blue markers. It also features a brushed steel bracelet with accented steel links. Water resistant to 1000 feet, this lists for $1,895.
Omega Constellation Women's Dress Watch (model P3734B) features 38 diamonds pav set in a polished steel bezel. The mother-of-pearl dial also has four diamond hour markers and silver colored Dauphine hands. Water resistant to 100 feet, this is listed at $3,195.
The Omega Women's Seamaster Diver Watch (model 2583.80.00) features 9 jewels in a stainless steel bracelet and bezel. With twenty months power reserve, it lists for $1234.
The Men's Omega Railmaster Aqua Terra Automatic Watch (model 2503.52) features a stainless steel bracelet and case, with a black dial, under scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Its list price is $2,695.
Other Omega Series
The Speedmaster watches series feature exclusive Omega chronograph movement and include the original Omega Speedmaster Moon Watch.
Omega also features Cindy Crawford's Choice watch.
The Omega De Ville watch series include new chronometer models like the Co-Axial Chronograph watch in steel or 18-karat rose gold, which marks the first time a chronograph watch has been fitted with a Omega's co-Axial escapement.