Inspired by the rings of the Olympic Games and the design of Omega’s timekeeping stopwatches from the past, the Seamaster Olympic Games collection feature a 39.5 mm model with a stainless steel case and a micro-perforated leather strap. The domed black and white dial includes sporty hands, a date window and an easy-to-read minute track, as well as a blue pulse reader that enables the wearer to calculate their pulse beats-per-minute. On the caseback, there is a blue anodized aluminium ring which includes all known host cities and dates from Omega’s Olympic Games journey, from Los Angeles 1932 up to Los Angeles 2028. Inside, the watch is driven by the master chronometer calibre 8800.
The Omega Seamaster professional diver is a 42 mm model, crafted from stainless steel and includes a blue ceramic bezel with a white enamel diving scale. The dial is also polished blue ceramic and features laser-engraved waves and a date window at 6 o’clock. The watch is presented on a stainless steel bracelet and is driven by the Omega master chronometer calibre 8880, which can be seen through the sapphire-crystal on the wave-edged caseback.
Limited to 2,500 pieces, this Omega Seamaster diver co-axial master chronometer uses tantalum for the base of the bezel, as well as in the bracelet. Crafted from titanium, it also features Sedna gold on titanium for its case and bracelet.