Omega watches have been setting the standards for luxury timepieces since 1848. From breaking records at the Observatory Trials and earning the slogan “Exact time for life,” through perfecting chronographs and becoming official timekeeper to the Olympics, the brand’s success is truly unparalleled in the industry. Omega watches were the only timepieces to make it through NASA’s rigorous testing and because of this, it was an Omega Speedmaster on the wrist of Buzz Aldrin as he became the first man to set foot on the moon. The company also provided the Allied troops with wristwatches and, with such rich history, it only makes sense that the brand became the choice of James Bond too. Of course, this is only a small taste: JFK wore an Ultra-Thin, ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau and Prince William a Seamaster, and Elvis a Constellation. While the brand appeals to a broad sense of styles, one thing is for certain: Omega watches belong on the wrists of those destined for greatness.

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