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Omega Baselworld 2014

The greatest wristwatch story has got to be the one about the first moon landing. In July of 1969, two NASA astronauts became the first human beings ever to set foot on the moon. What they wore on their wrist has been the crown-jewel for Omega. Strapped around Buzz Aldrin’s spacesuit was an Omega Speedmaster…

Brilliant Omega Commercial

Even though wristwatch brands are infamous for being in bed with marketing, they surprisingly aren’t known for great advertising, so i would to take this moment to commend Omega on this beautifully animated commercial. Well done. (click here if the video doesn’t show) related links Omega

Omega Speedmaster Z-33

The Spacemaster Z-33 is the latest addition to the Omega Speedmaster series. It’s meant to be a wristwatch designed specifically with modern pilots in mind and marks a break away from the traditional Omega case for pilot watches. Functionally, the watch allows professional pilots to log up to ten flights and visualize the logs with a date-hour indication. This, apart from the regular alarm, perpetual calendar, chronograph, countdown timer and a dual timezone display. related links Omega

Omega Baselworld 2011

The Omega Hour Vision Skeleton Platinum The New Omega Ladymatic 425.35.34.20.55 New from Omega at Baselworld 2011: The Omega Hour Vision Skeleton watch and a Ladymatic with an updated band. Both of them use a Co-Axial Calibre movement related links Omega

The Meteorite Moon Watch and the other Omegas!

The Omega Skeleton Tourbillon Co-Axial Platinum Limited Edition – quite a mouthful. Limited to an edition of 18 pieces The Omega Constellation Double Eagle 4-Counters The Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M The Omega Speedmaster Professional Apollo-Soyuz 35th Anniversary watch There where few new additions from Omega that were presented at Baselworld 2010, most notably was another commemorative wristwatch that celebrates the 35th anniversary of the first international space flight in 1976 when two spacecraft built by different nations docked together. Astronaut Lietenant General Thomas P. Stafford (USA) and cosmonaut Lieutenant General Alexei A. Leonov (USSR) met in the docking hatch that…