Vintage Omega watches are some of the most storied in the wide world of horology. From the sporty Speedmaster – the first watch on the moon – to the more dressy watches powered by the venerable 30T2 movement, Omega offers something for everyone.
The bumper movement was an interesting stepping stone in the development of the automatic watch movement.
The Fat Arrows were ordered by the RAF and issued to pilots and aircrew. Not cool enough? Well, did we mention they only made 5,900 of them?
The Ref. 145.029 is a seriously underrated chronograph from what is one of Omega’s most prolific decades, the 70s.
This watch embodies the ethos of Dial + Bezel very well with an interesting and beautiful design, deep history, and fantastic condition.
This watch, reference 2577-11, is fairly common, but this example has a few key differences that set it apart from its contemporaries.
Being an Omega Constellation, this watch was designed as a stylish dress watch but its design fits in somewhere more in between a dress watch and a sports watch.