Omega

Omega is a long established Swiss luxury watch brand, famed for his precision time keeping and technological innovation.

Starting in 1932 with the Los Angeles Olympic games, Omega has been the official Olympic timekeeper 25 times, a record unsurpassed by any watch manufacturer.

In 1999 Omega made history by introducing the first mass-produced watch incorporating the revolutionary "co-axial escapement"- invented by English watchmaker George Daniels.

In 1969 Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin was the first man to set a foot on the moon wearing an Omega Speed-master Professional, Neil Armstrong’s watch was left behind in the capsule since the mission timer was out.