OMEGA | Seamaster | Chronometer Co-Axial | Aqua Terra | Date | 2000s
OMEGA | Seamaster | Chronometer Co-Axial | Aqua Terra | Date | 2000s
OMEGA | Seamaster | Chronometer Co-Axial | Aqua Terra | Date | 2000s
OMEGA | Seamaster | Chronometer Co-Axial | Aqua Terra | Date | 2000s

OMEGA | Seamaster | Chronometer Co-Axial | Aqua Terra | Date | 2000s

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OMEGA | Seamaster

Chronometer Co-Axial

Aqua Terra

2000s

The origins of the Omega brand go back to Louis Brandt's Comptoir d'établissage, which he opened in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1848 at the young age of just 23. He traveled throughout Europe with the watches to personally deliver them to the appropriate customers. These days, Omega is one of the best-known international watch brands. When the name Omega is mentioned, one person thinks of the moon landing, the next of James Bond and yet another of the Olympics. But no less than such popular themes, the Biel-based company has dedicated itself to the everyday suitability of its watches: Magnetic field protection, precision in time display and innovative materials are the focus. Incidentally, the name Omega comes from a 19-line pocket watch caliber that the manufacture introduced in 1894. It impresses with its simple but very reliable construction, as well as the interchangeability of all components. This movement was given the name Omega. In the spring of 1894, the company registered "Omega" as a trademark. In 1947, the brand name came to the fore in the company name and since 1982 the company is simply called "Omega SA".

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This Omega is a sporty all-rounder that feels just as comfortable in the yacht club as it does in the urban jungle.

 

Automatic movement
Diameter 39 mm without crown

Technical indications | Keeping time +2 sec/day

 

 

 

 

Differential taxation according to § 25a UStG. No taxes included. | Differenzbesteuerung nach § 25a UStG. Kunstgegenstände und Sammlungsstücke, Sonderregelung.


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