Since 1932, Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games 27 times. Since 86 years, Omega has always adhered to the brand’s inexhaustible enthusiasm for precise timing and innovative technology, and will continue to provide accurate and reliable timing for Olympic events in the future.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch
In 2018, Omega Glory released 5 new hippocampus Olympic series watches to pay tribute to the brand’s extraordinary Olympic timing legend.
Omega’s chronograph used at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and Innsbruck Winter Olympics
The Olympic series watches are available in 5 different colors, including black, yellow, green, blue and red for the five rings of the Olympic Games. The vibrant color scheme expresses the positive Olympic spirit. The design is inspired by the models Omega used in the Olympic Games, especially the chronographs used in the 1976 Montreal Summer and Innsbruck Winter Olympics.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch-Blue
The watch uses a two-tone black-and-white dial. The hands, hour and minute scales are in sharp contrast with the dial, making the time clear and easy to read.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch-Yellow
In order to fully reflect the sportsmanship of the watch, Omega is equipped with a pulse reading circle on the dial, including three 20-second time intervals, which can help the wearer easily and accurately measure the heartbeat every minute.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch-Black
The back of the watch is equipped with an aluminum oxide ring, which is printed with all the Olympic host cities and their dates from the Los Angeles Olympic Games of 1932 to the Los Angeles Olympic Games of 2028. Omega’s legendary Olympic journey is presented to the world through this memorable design.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch-Green
The watch case has a diameter of 39.5 mm and is equipped with a leather strap. The straps have neatly spaced micro-holes, which not only creates a perfect sports style, but also brings a more comfortable and breathable wearing experience. The watch is equipped with the Omega 8800 Zhenzhen Observatory movement to provide accurate timekeeping for the watch.
Omega Seamaster Olympic Series Watch-Red
To pay tribute to Omega’s 100-year-old legend of Olympic timekeeping in 2032, each new Seahorse Olympic Series watch is limited to 2,032 pieces, with a limited number engraved on the inside of the case.