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Monday 30 January, 2012 - 09:50 AM EST

New Omega Seamaster James Bond 50th Anniversary Watch

Celebrating the 50 years of the James bond films

Omega will be celebrating the 50 years of James Bond films with the new Omega Seamaster James Bond 50th Anniversary Watch. 

This timepiece will be a special update of the incredibly popular Seamaster Diver 300m James Bond watch which has been worn by 007 in every adventure since GoldenEye. The James Bond 007 50th Anniversary Collector’s Piece has been created in two sizes, 41 mm and 36 mm, and there are some particulars for each model — notably, the 41 mm version is being produced in a limited edition of 11’007 pieces and the 36.25 mm version in a limited edition of 3’007 pieces.

The Omega Seamaster James Bond 50th Anniversary Watch has a ceramic bezel with diving scales in matt chromium nitride with the number “50? in red as a reminder that the watch is celebrating a very special anniversary.

Technical details: 

Movement: OMEGA calibre 2507 self-winding movement (Co-axial, COSC)

Case: Stainless Steel

Diameter: 41 mm and 36.25 mm models

Functions: Hour, minutes, and date

Dial: lacquered black with a 007 monogram with Super-LumiNova indexes

Strap: stainless steel

Water resistance: 100 meters or 330 feet

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Tuesday 24 January, 2012 - 12:00 PM EST

Omega Valentine’s Day Watch

Valentine’s goes Red Gold

Omega’s proposal for this year’s Valentine’s Day come in 18K red gold. For women, a Ladymatic that has been enhanced with glittering diamonds; for gentlemen, a De Ville Annual Calendar.

The OMEGA Ladymatic in 18K red gold with diamond waves

For Valentine's Day Omega is featuring an 18 Ct red gold Ladymatic with a bezel paved with full-cut snow-set diamonds. There are also full-cut diamonds on the waves that encircle the case. In fact, altogether, the watch sparkles with 368 diamonds whose combined weight is 1.72 carats. This dazzling Ladymatic is powered by Omega’s exclusive Co-Axial caliber 8521 equipped with a silicon balance spring.

The Omega De Ville Annual Calendar in 18K red gold
The Omega De Ville Annual Calendar defines classic styling. The 41 mm case in 18 Ct red gold has a brown leather strap; its brown dial is accented by 18 Ct red gold Roman numeral indexes and a month and date window at 3 o'clock. The movement inside the watch is worthy of this striking timepiece. It is an Omega Co-Axial caliber 8611 equipped with a silicon balance spring. With its annual calendar function, the date only has to be changed once a year, on the first of March. The central hour, minute and seconds hands are also crafted from 18K red gold. 

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Friday 20 January, 2012 - 15:00 PM EST

The 1st Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck

Omega and Sports

Last week Omega officiated as the official timekeeper and sponsor of the first Winter Youth Olympic Games at the opening ceremony of the games taking place in Innsbruck.

As with the Olympic Games, each of the 63 events in all 15 disciplines will be timed by Omega. Since 1932, Omega has been Official Timekeeper 24 times; the brand is particularly proud to be bringing its unparalleled sports timekeeping legacy to Innsbruck for the first edition of the Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Omega’s presence at the Games will be impressive: 69 on-site professionals supported by 74 trained volunteers, 21 tones of equipment including 6 public scoreboards as well as 10 sport-specific scoreboards, 12 km of cables and optical fiber and state-of-the-art timekeeping and data-handling technology developed by Omega and adapted to the requirements of each sport.

On its third visit to Innsbruck, Omega, who is serving as Official Timekeeper and Data Handler at the Winter Youth Olympic Games, was also on hand when the Olympic Winter Games were staged in Innsbruck in 1964 and 1976.

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Monday 16 January, 2012 - 15:00 PM EST

Omega’s Constellation 27 mm Co-Axial Watch in Red Gold

A new ladies’ timepiece from Omega

A new star in born in the Omega Constellation line, the Co-Axial 27 mm in 18K red gold, an elegant ladies’ watch equipped with Omega’s calibre 8521, one of the world’s finest. 

The luxurious timepiece's brushed case with polished claws is crafted from 18 Ct red gold. The matching bracelet has brushed links and polished bars set with 144 full-cut diamonds totalling 0.54 carat. The bezel is paved with 32 full-cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.50 carat. The screw-in caseback features a sapphire crystal that reveals the perfection of the Co-Axial movement inside.

The mother-of-pearl dial is completed with, appropriately, a constellation of applied 18 Ct red gold stars, some that are raised and others with a recessed profile. There is a trapezoidal date window at 3 o'clock. The polished and facetted 18 Ct gold hour and minute hands are coated with white Super-LumiNova, making them easy to read even in limited lighting conditions.

The Omega Constellation Co-Azial 27 mm is also available in 18K yellow gold model and it will be one of the model to be revealed at the SIHH and Basel 2012.

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Friday 13 January, 2012 - 09:50 AM EST

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT watch

The new 2012 Seamaster line from Omega

We are getting a first look at the new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT, which will be Omega’s first attempt to equipped its proprietary movements with a GMT complication. 

This Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra model keeps the characteristics of the Aqua Terra models but with modifications to add the second time zone to the dial. Omega’s designers have taken the 24 hour ring from the outer edge of the dial, and have relocated it further into the dial so that its numerals rest between the razor-sharp tip of each spiked hour marker.  

Inside the case there is an Omega’s Co-Axial movement calibre 8605/8615 in which the brand have invested and now perfected. A movement which, once regulated should remain not only precise, but also maintenance-free for longer as it requires almost no lubrication. 

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT will be presented in either stainless steel, 18K red gold, and a two tone in steel and red gold available as well. 

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