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Omega Watches: The Last Timepiece You'll Need

The necessity of a good watch has spurred an entire industry around the creation and distribution of wristwatches alone. Yet over the years, the Omega Watch has stood out as one of the most versatile and reliable in this industry. Created by Louis Brandt, Omega Watches have kept time for numerous events in history.

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The Alpha of Omega Watches

The Omega watch company was founded in 1848 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. From their creation until today, every single Omega watch is a masterpiece. The precision and superior movement of Omega watches soon found recognition worldwide. As early as 1900, it was officially appointed the official watch of the Grand Prix at the Paris World Fair.

A Watch of Olympic Proportions

The Grand Prix was only the beginning of the brand.s involvement in sports, as it was appointed 21 times to be the official time keeper of the Olympic Games. It brought new innovations to the games, such as the electronic watch in 1952 at the Helsinki games. In the very same year, the company received the Olympic Cross of Merit for its outstanding performance and continuous support in the sports industry.

Omega watches are known for their superior movement, and precision. Therefore, they are highly reliable, so it was with little surprise that their Speedmaster model was chosen in 1965 by NASA to be the official chronometer, only to be yet again on the wrist of Neil Armstrong as he stepped on the moon on July 21, 1969.

Even on Earth

Whether you are planning a moonwalk, or just trying to manage your life here on earth, it is comforting to know that Omega's precision craftsmanship is available to anyone. The purchase of an Omega watch is such a wise investment, that collectors aspire to include one in their holdings. Omega watches hold their value, especially the models that have gemstones and precious metals.

With their reputation for accuracy and versatility, it is easy to understand why owning an Omega watch is viewed more as an investment than a purchase. Sporty, professional or elegant, there is an Omega watch that is just right for you.