In an exquisite representation of the three medals presented to the winners at the Olympic Games, Omega has created the Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection. This special collection comprises of 3 watches, one each to represent the coveted Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, which have been painstakingly crafted in 3 colours of 18K gold.
Omega began its important duty as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games in 1932, and is set to continue in that position until at least 2032, marking a full 100 years of this prestigious association.
The Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection of watches which was released in honour of this momentous commitment comes in an 18K yellow gold ‘Gold’ model, Canopus gold ‘Silver’ model and Sedna gold ‘Bronze’ model to evoke the three medals that they represent.
Go For Gold
The white enamel dials display the hours, minutes and seconds, with the indexes and hands also in 18K gold to match the case. A vintage Omega logo, Seamaster inscription and minute track also adorn the dial face.
Omega’s heritage as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games is suitably noted with the addition of an 18K gold ring on the case back of the watches in the Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection. The disc is engraved with the names of all the Olympic Games host cities from Los Angeles 1932 up to Los Angeles 2028, where Omega has been the Official Timekeeper tracing the brand’s long and celebrated journey.
Each of the Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection watches come with an elegant leather strap in either brown or black to perfectly complement the precious case. With their classically understated look, elevated by the 18K gold case, these exceptional watches pay fitting tribute to the Olympic Games and the unparalleled dedication to excellence they showcase.
In keeping with Omega’s luxurious reputation, there is also an extra-special platinum version of this watch, limited to just 100 pieces. Now that’s one we’d like to get our hands on!