In 1848, Louis Brandt opened a watchmaking workshop in the Swiss village of La Chaux-de-Fonds. After Louis Brandt’s death, his two sons took over the business and, under the new name of Louis Brandt & Fils, moved it to Biel/Bienne, where it is still located today.
OMEGA has yet again exceeded all design and engineering expectations with their latest OMEGA releases of stunning timepieces. Featuring the OMEGA Seamaster Aqua Terra, the OMEGA Seamaster Diver and the OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch Moonshine, this selection of precision pieces includes what are set to be the most iconic releases to date.
Celebrating the 65th anniversary of the very first Speedmaster, also known as reference CK2915-1, the new OMEGA Speedmaster 321 Canopus Gold is a highly luxurious and refined tribute both inside and out, down to its historically accurate movement.
The marriage between the world’s most famous secret agent, played in “No Time to Die” by Daniel Craig, and OMEGA now seems stainless – but you won’t find steel in this new version of the OMEGA Seamaster.
With the new OMEGA Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020, the Swiss brand is once again striving for gold. Presented by none other than 28-time medallist Michael Phelps.
On the outside, the new OMEGA Seamaster 300 stays true to its origins, while on the inside its OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912 caliber is at the cutting edge of modern watchmaking innovation.
The OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M Nekton Edition is a materialisation of OMEGA’s commitment to the open seas, this time through Nekton.
Now in its fifth major generation, the OMEGA Constellation Gents’ Collection blends sharp looks with OMEGA’s hugely impressive watchmaking know-how.
The Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon Alinghi is a special-edition watch dedicated to the collaboration between the watchmaker and the two-time America’s Cup winning Swiss sailing team.
The OMEGA De Ville Tourbillon places the flying tourbillon, one of the most spectacular horological complications, to front and center.