Best-Selling Omega Watches of All Time
51 Rue De La Promenade, La Chaux-De-Fonds, this is the street where a 23-year-old Louis Brandt sets up an assembly workshop; this is the birthplace of the company that later became Omega. When Louis Brandt died, the legacy of Omega continued under the management of his two sons.
Omega watches might not be the most expensive but a timepiece from them is unique and beautifully crafted with the highest quality of materials. Let’s find out what are the best and favorite Omega watches of different collectors.
- Omega Seamaster Mother-of-Pearl Dial Watch – On our top list is the Omega Seamaster Mother-of-Pearl dial watch, an analog timepiece that gives some sort of refreshing style to the wearer. This timepiece is cost more or less $5,000.00. It has an easy-recognizable dial, 38.5 mm diameter stainless steel and 18k gold case with crystal skeleton back and features a self-winding movement with co-axial escapement. It has a teak white mother of pearl dial with 11 diamond hour markers, with a durable sapphire crystal that protects the watch from scratches, and water-resistant to 500 feet. Yes! It really works well for scuba diving.
- Omega Speedmaster Chronograph Dial Watch – Next on the list is the Omega Speedmaster Chronograph watch, it is available on a leather strap and stainless steel bracelet for only $3,000 to $3,500. Measuring 44.25 mm in diameter, Omega Speedmaster Chronograph features a self-winding automatic movement with 48-hour power reserve, a scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and water resistant at 100 meters. It has silver dial display with luminous hands and Arabic numeral hour markers, black ion-plated with tachymeter and a stainless steel case.
- Omega Aqua Terra Grey Dial Watch – Third on the list is the Omega Aqua Terra Grey Dial Watch, a perfect blend of the aesthetic value of classic wristwatch and innovative watchmaking technology. It offers in two version one is a CT orange gold and the other is rugged stainless steel on a black leather alligator strap. It has a bold 49.2 mm case, an automatic movement, and water resistant to 150 meters. This classic timepiece’s cost is $4,200.00.
- Omega Speedmaster Co-Axial Black Chronograph Dial Watch – This sporty looking timepiece from Omega is worth $4,500.00. It has a stainless steel case, black ion-plated bezel with tachymeter, and a black rubber bracelet. It measures 44 mm with skeletonised steel and luminous hands and markers, a date displayed at 6 o’clock position, with scratch resistant anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a self-winding chronograph movement, and water resistant at 100 meters.
- Omega DeVille Chronograph Watch – One of the most amazing timepiece to own from Omega. It features an unusual dial layout with four charcoal sub-dials on its dark gray sandblasted face, 41 mm stainless steel case and stepped bezel with scratch resistant sapphire crystal on black alligator strap and a case back stamped with an image of Chronos, the Greek God of Time. Powering this DeVille model is a self-winding Omega 3890 calibre with co-axial escapement and 52-hour power reserve.
- Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow Black Dial Watch – It features a 43 mm stainless steel case with a polished and brushed stainless steel bracelet. Powered by chronograph automatic movement with scratch resistant sapphire crystal, a black dial with luminous hands and index hours, transparent case back, a fold-over clasp with double push button safety, and water resistant to 100 meters. This classic timepiece is worth $8,500 – $10,000.00.