The Omega De Ville Prestige collection is a somewhat hidden gem within the larger sphere of Seamasters, Speedmasters, and Constellations. Born around 1960 as part of the larger Omega Seamaster series of watches, the De Ville was a continuation of the classic dress watch heritage the Seamaster had embodied since 1948.
WatchTime tests the Omega Seamaster Ploprof, a re-edition of a classic divers’ watch from 1970 with double the original’s water-resistance and a manufacture caliber.
The next Winter Olympics, to be held in PyeongChang, South Korea, begin on February 9, 2018. Omega, official Olympic timekeeper since 1932, begins the two-year countdown with the launch of its Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra “PyeongChang 2018” Limited Edition timepiece.
In recent times, consecutive years have meant more and more brands releasing vintage re-interpretations and recreations; 2015 was no different, being one of the biggest years for historical watch releases to date. Omega, a brand holding a relatively large segment of market power in the luxury-watch realm, was one of the main contributors to this
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If there’s one watch that deserves a moon-phase indicator, it has to be the one that (literally) went there first: Omega will be presenting at Baselworld 2016 a Caliber 9904-based version (which means it will be a certified Master Chronometer) of its classic chronograph watch, the Speedmaster, featuring a high-resolution image of the moon’s surface, a