WatchTime E-Special: Omega Milestones

25 of Omega's most important watches.




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WatchTime E-Special: Omega Milestones

This special tablet reprint contains an article on the 25 most important watches Omega has ever made. In it, author Gisbert Brunner describes the watches and explains their significance to Omega and to watch history. The article was first published in WatchTime’s April 2013 issue and has been reproduced here as it originally appeared.


This survey of 25 of the most important watches Omega has ever made begins with the world’s first minute-repeater wristwatch (1892) and includes the monopusher chronograph (1929), the Olympic timer (1932), the world’s first tourbillon wristwatch (1947), the Seamaster (1948), the Constellation (1952), the Speedmaster (1957), the Mars watch (1998), the De Ville Co-Axial (1999), the Seamaster Planet Ocean (2011), and more.

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