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.
In the late 60s Omega introduced a new design with a brand new feature that would have a massive impact on watch design that remains to this day.
A rare Pie-Pan Constellation produced exclusively for the Japanese market years after the end of normal pie-pan production.
Reference 3511.60 was produced in 1997 as a Japan-only limited edition to mark the 40th anniversary of the Speedmaster and is one of two references created for the occasion featuring Salmon dials.
A great early example of the Omega Seamaster with all of the hallmarks that give it the perfect balance between sporty and dressy.
The Omega Constellation Ref 167.754 is what people think of when they envision a Constellation with a 35mm round case and an elegant dial.
While not your average Speedmaster, the useful complications and blue dial make this a true sleeper in the Omega lineup.