Omega is a Swiss watch brand that is known to produce professional dive watches, co-axial movements, and sporty chronographs. The brand has earned itself an impressive history for many years.
Omega sells five watch collections namely Omega Seamasters, Omega Constellation, Omega Specialties, and De Ville. The popular Omega watches come from the Omega Seamaster Collection. However, the other collections also sell high-end watches.
Watch collectors who prefer sporty watches are served well by the Seamasters. For a classic dress watch, you will never go wrong with the Constellation or De Ville collections. On the other hand, the Specialty collection stocks Omega’s limited edition watches.
If you are looking to buy your Omega watch but not sure which one to go for, here is a list of the 5 best Omega watches for you.
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Dial Watch
The Omega Seamaster Chronograph Dial Watch is an amazing model from the Omega collection.
The watch comes with a black dial face; covered in a dial window that is scratch-resistant which makes it easy for you to read. It is made with a 40 mm stainless steel case, plus a stationary stainless steel bezel. It features an automatic movement wich gives you excellent tracking and timekeeping performance.
In addition, the watch features tech features such as a date calendar, a tachymeter, and a triple-subdial chronograph function.
The greatest thing about the Omega Seamaster Chronograph Dial Watch is that it is waterproof and you can wear it up to 100metres deep inside water.
Omega Seamaster Black Dial Watch
Another amazing watch model from Omega is the Omega Seamaster Black Dial Watch that is encased in stainless steel and has a stainless steel bracelet. It also has a unidirectional rotating black ion-plated bezel.This watch features luminous hands and stick hour markers, plus red Arabic numeral that mark the 6 O’clock, 9 and 12 respectively.
Like the Omega Seamaster Chronograph Dial Watch, the Black Dial also has an automatic movement. It is also waterproof up to 600metres. It comes with a scratch resistant double face.
Omega Seamaster Professional Moon watch
The Omega Seamaster Professional Moonwatch became famous when Buzz Aldrin wore it on the first lunar landing in 1969. This watch has been worn by all the NASA pilot. It is a robust, precise, and readable watch.
Omega Constellation Co-Axial
It was in the year 1952 when the Omega launched the Constellation collection. Come 1982 Omega introduced the Constellation “Manhatten” which brought the claws at 3 and 9 o’ clock. The claws were meant to hold the sapphire crystal in place and protected the watch from coming into contact with water.
In 2009, the Constellation “Manhatten” collection was redesigned but the new design still features the claws at 6 o’clock. The Omega Constellation comes in a classic look wand in a range of colors and case materials.
Omega De Ville Prestige
If you want to buy a dress watch for your man or woman, then the Omega De Ville Prestige would be the best option for you. This watch model features a classic design, clean dials, and mechanical movement.
The greatest thing about this watch is that you can wear it in s formal and formal settings. It comes with a dial window at 3 o’clock.
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Co-Axial
Coming from Omega, the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Master Co-Axial is a sporty watch with decorated dials that have vertical lines. This watch model is powered by the Omega Master Co-Axial Caliber 8500 COSC Certified Chronometer movements which can be viewed through a see-through case.
Omega Seamaster Bullhead
Born in 1969, the Omega Seamaster Bullhead comes with a unique case shape and dial formation. The latest models of the Omega Seamaster Bullhead come with flat pushers instead of the old rounded pushers. The new model of this watch is powered by automatic Co-Axial caliber 3114 instead of the manually-wound caliber 930 of the older model.
Omega Seamaster PloProf
Omega first launched the PloProf in 1970 which was meant for divers. Originally, it was called the Seamaster Professional 600. The name was derived from a French phrase plongeurprofessionnel that means professional diver. This watch comes with a screwed-in crown.