Omega has long been a premium brand among watches. Over the decades, it has built its solid reputation for both beauty and toughness. James Bond wears an Omega, and many men and women want to do the same. Owned by the Swatch Group, Omega is a juggernaut among watch brands all around the world.
For those looking to own and wear an Omega watch, there are plenty of models that will definitely suit your fancy. Not only do they stay accurate for a very long time, but they’re also some of the most stylish watches you’ll ever see.
These are five of the most timeless and best-performing Omega watches in the market right now.
The Omega Seamaster 300M Diver Watch is James Bond’s watch, and for good reason. It’s the most basic of Omega watches, but also the most durable and dependable of them all. It features the signature round indices of a dive watch. The rhodium-plated skeleton hands are definitely an artistic choice, which makes it even more unique. This, along with the indices, glow bright in the dark for better visibility.
But of course, that’s not what makes this dive watch worthy of being a Bond watch. As a hallmark of durability, this watch has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal that protects the dial and the 42 mm stainless steel case has an impressive 300-meter water resistance that keeps the interior safe from any water damage. Definitely built to last.
If you like to spend your weekends on track days, whether you like racing karts, stock cars, or so on, the Omega Speedmaster Racing is what you should get. This classic chronograph watch is perfect for tracking your lap times, and it also has a tachymeter for measuring distance based on speed.
The three subdials have a textured design that stands out from the smooth black dial. It’s also not visually overwhelming, which makes the details easily readable even at a glance. Stainless steel chronograph watches rarely look this good, and we highly recommend that you add one to your collection.
If you like to spend your weekends on track days, whether you like racing karts, stock cars, or so on, the Omega Seamaster Railmaster Watch is what you should get. This classic chronograph is perfect for tracking your lap times, and it also has a tachymeter for measuring distance based on speed.
The unique arrow indices and luminous hands all have a copper tint that stands out from the brushed black dial. The 40 mm case has a 150-meter water resistance and has a sapphire crystal dial window that will keep the watch free from scratches and dents even after years of use.
Whether you actually are an astronaut or a fan of space exploration, the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch is the wrist watch to get. This was worn by Ed White, the first American astronaut to do a spacewalk as a part of NASA’s Gemini 4 mission on June 3, 1965. With that kind of history, this should definitely be in your collection. It’s also a great gift for friends and relatives who have a penchant of collecting items with a sentimental or historic value.
If you think a little trivia in history is all this watch can offer, you’ll be surprised to know that this watch has a highly resistant sapphire crystal dial window that will preserve its brand new look for years!
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Another impressive dive watch on our list is the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean. If you’re on the hunt for best water resistance yet, this watch will end your search. For most dive watches, you can only go as deep as 300 meters before water enters the watch and damages its interior.
While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, this Omega watch doubles the water resistance so you can explore the sea for as deep as 600 meters! The 43.5 mm watch might be thick and heavy, but that just shows how tough and robust this is. Wear this on your next diving trip and we guarantee you’ll never look back again.