Warm winter, praise time Omega greetings

Nothing in the world can match the good times of gathering. OMEGA’s beloved Christmas and New Year season is quiet, we hope that you will meet with friends and family to experience the rich festive atmosphere and enjoy every happy moment of the Winter Festival.

Here, Omega carefully selects eight timepieces, making them a warmth of love for your loved ones and friends, and witnessing more important moments of holiday gifts.

Classic choice for delicate ladies

Omega Constellation Series to the Observatory Small Second Hand Watch

The Omega Constellation series is a jewel in the history of the watchmaking of the long-standing women’s watch. The constellation’s highly recognizable design elements include the famous “claw” design and half-moon cuts, which are very popular among consumers. The Omega Constellation Series to the Observatory’s small seconds handpiece features a 27mm red 18K gold case with a diamond-set bezel and a white pearly mother-of-pearl dial with 10 diamond hour markers. The small seconds hand is placed at 9 o’clock and is set with 4 diamond seconds hand scales. The red 18K gold bracelet features a matte chain link and a polished chain. The Omega 8705 to the Observatory’s small seconds movement provides precise travel time for the watch.

Explorer’s hard gear

Omega Seamaster Series 300m Diving Watch

In 2018, it coincides with the 25th anniversary of the Omega Hippocampus 300m diving watch. Since its inception, this world-renowned diving watch has earned the trust of professional diver and renowned agent James Bond. Today, Omega combines innovative design with refined detail to create a new 300m diving watch for the hippocampus.

The new Hippocampus 300m diving watch has a case diameter of 42mm and is made of stainless steel and Sedna® 18K gold with a classic hippocampus 300m diving watch bracelet. The black ceramic bezel features a diving scale made with OMEGA Ceragold® technology. The dial is also made of polished black ceramic and has a corrugated pattern with laser engraving. The watch is equipped with the Omega 8800 to the Observatory movement for precision, anti-magnetic and overall performance.

Urban women’s fashion choice

Omega dish flying classic series ladies watch

The Omega brand new disc flying classic series ladies watch incorporates many modern and fashionable aesthetic elements in the classic design. The case is slim and chic, with sparkling diamonds on both sides, showing a charming curve, showing the beauty of women. The 36mm model features a Sedna® 18K gold case with a grey leather strap. The light silver lacquered dial is embellished with Sedna® 18K gold Roman hour markers and hands. The “Her Time” floral pattern on the back of the watch’s mirror is unique. The flower pattern on the crown is made of red liquid ceramic, and the flower is set with a enamel diamond, which is exquisite and unique. The watch is equipped with an Omega 4061 movement.

Inheriting elegant classics

Omega disc flying elegant watch

The Omega Disc Flying Classic watch is simple in style and elegant in appearance. It is a classic watch that has been precipitated for years and still shows the beauty of timelessness. The Omega Disc Flying Classic watch features a silver concentric dial with a solid pointer and Roman numerals on the dial, a calendar window, a power reserve display and a small seconds dial. The watch features a 39.5 mm red 18K gold case with a brown leather strap and an Omega 2627 coaxial movement.

Variety of life wrists

Omega Seamaster Series Aqua Terra to the Observatory Lady Watch

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra to Observatory Lady is a watch for every occasion. Whether it’s a leisure time on a yacht or a romantic evening in the city, it’s a must-have for your wrist. The watch’s ring is set with diamonds for a feminine look.

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra to Observatory Women’s Watch features a 34 mm symmetrical case with a case and bracelet made of Sedna® 18K with a white mother-of-pearl dial and 11 diamond hour markers set in Sedna® Above the 18K gold bracket, the bezel is set with diamonds. The watch is equipped with the Omega 8801 to the Observatory movement and has passed the approval of the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) for the Observatory’s certification, reaching a higher standard in the watchmaking industry.

Omega antique watch lovers’ choice

Omega Seamaster 300 Watch

The Omega Hippocampus 300 is an iconic watch in the field of diving watches with an extraordinary legend. In 1957, Omega launched the first hippocampus 300 watch. Today, Omega continues to upgrade its watch while adding a new upgrade to the brand’s latest innovative materials and advanced watchmaking craftsmanship.

The Omega Hippocampus 300 watch case and bracelet are made of stainless steel and Sedna® 18K gold with a case diameter of 41 mm, black dial with sandblasted finish, Sedna® 18K gold hands and vintage-style Super-LumiNova luminous coating. Floor. The diving scale of the polished ceramic bezel is crafted using OMEGA Ceragold® technology. Through the transparent case back, the operational beauty of the Omega 8401 “To Coaxial” movement is clearly visible.

Ocean-inspired gift

Omega Seahorse Series Ocean Universe 600m to 臻 Observatory Table

The Omega Seamaster Series Ocean Cosmic Watch is a tribute to the brand’s exploration of marine legends. This dive watch has a modern design and uses many innovative materials to make it suitable for everyday use.

The Omega Hippocampus Marine 600m to 臻 Observatory features a 39.5mm Sedna® 18K gold case with a brown ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel. The diving scale is crafted by OMEGA Ceragold® technology. The “Chocolate” brown ceramic dial features Sedna® 18K gold hands and digital hour markers. The watch is equipped with an Omega 8801 to the Observatory movement to ensure excellent precision.

A must-have collection for space fans

Omega Speedmaster Series “First Omega Space Table” Commemorative Edition

Omega launched the “Omega Space Table” commemorative version of the Supermaster series, paying tribute to the pioneer watch that was worn into space by astronaut Walter Schirra in 1962. The watch features a 39.7 mm Sedna® 18K gold case with a brown polished ceramic bezel and matte chrome-plated speed scale. The light silver dial also features the same brown dial and minute ring. In particular, the back of the watch restored the hippocampus badge pattern of the prototype 1962, and engraved the words of a limited number. In addition, the watch is decorated with a brown leather strap decorated with light brown stitching and equipped with an Omega 1861 hand-wound movement.