OMEGA Constellation

The timepiece named after a cluster of stars now comes with its own little corner of the sky.

OMEGA’s 29mm Constellation models embrace the seductive appeal of sparkling blue glass, with striking Aventurine dials that recall a star-filled sky. Not only is each Aventurine dial totally unique in its appearance, but the bold shade contrasts beautifully with the luxurious case and bracelet materials: a choice of stainless steel, 18K Sedna™ gold, yellow gold, or blends of steel and gold.

The bezels circling the sky-blue dials are brushed with Roman numerals or polished and diamond-set. Each timepiece features a round date window at 6 o’clock and 11 diamond hour markers, fixed in place with holders made from yellow, white or 18K Sedna™ gold – depending on the model. For consistency of style, the hands of each timepiece are fashioned from the same material as the diamond holders.

OMEGA Constellation

As always, OMEGA has stayed true to the Constellation’s enduring design, with its distinctive claws and mono-rang bracelet. Keeping a steady beat behind the blue dials are exceptional Master Chronometer calibres (8700/8701).

Sky-inspired and tested at the industry’s highest level, OMEGA’s 29mm Constellation watches with Aventurine dials are the perfect choice for those drawn to brilliant designs and bold colours.

OMEGA Constellation
Kathy Sullivan and Victor Vescovo

OMEGA joins Victor Vescovo and Kathy Sullivan for a historic mission to the Challenger Deep

In 2019, the adventurer Victor Vescovo led The Five Deeps Expedition to the deepest place on Earth, setting an incredible world record of 10,925 m ± 4 m (35,843 ft. ± 13 ft). OMEGA was a part of that history-making journey to the Challenger Deep, and now we have returned as part of Victor’s next bold mission.


In 2020, the LIMITING FACTOR submersible has made history again. The mission will make up to eight scientific and survey dives to all three of the “pools” that constitute the Challenger Deep.

Along for the first voyage was Dr Kathryn D. Sullivan, a former NASA astronaut who became the first American woman to walk in space in 1984. On this year’s dive, she has now become the first woman to dive to the bottom of the ocean. Her choice of timepiece? As well as a Seamaster Planet Ocean, Sullivan wore her Speedmaster X-33 Skywalker, a timepiece designed especially for astronauts – and now, explorers of the deep.


“Outside the window is the most extraordinary oceanic place on the planet, and we’re there.” – Kathy Sullivan

OMEGA congratulates Kathy on becoming the “most vertical girl in the world”. The only person to ever walk in space AND visit the bottom of the ocean. A remarkable achievement that shows there is no limit to the bounds of exploration.

Planet Omega Ocean

The Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep Professional

OMEGA has produced countless professional dive watches, but to create a timepiece suitable for The Five Deeps Expedition required an entirely different level of ingenuity. Challenge accepted – mission accomplished. OMEGA’s timepiece performed perfectly at the deepest place on Earth.

Omega Speedmaster Father's Day

For dads who love fast cars, the OMEGA Speedmaster has always been a perfect front seat passenger. Born for racing in 1957, the original models were not only used to time laps on the track, but also to create a distinct sense of style on the wrist.

In tribute to that motoring heritage, OMEGA is putting its famous chronograph in reverse, with a vintage spin on its Father’s Day choices. Most notably, each Speedmaster model is set on its own leather strap, adding a classic and sophisticated edge to the look. Crafted from the finest material in differing tones of brown, each strap delivers a smooth retro spirit, while working in perfect harmony alongside the Speedmaster’s iconic stainless steel case.

Speedmaster Racing Father's Day

The Speedmaster has travelled a long way since those early days behind the steering wheel. In fact, it’s even been to the moon six times. So, if your dad wants to play it cool with some nostalgic astronaut style, you can pick up the Speedmaster “First OMEGA in Space” which first orbited the Earth in 1962.

If you want to keep your choice focused on four wheels, then take a close look at the Racing models within the Speedmaster collection. These pieces have borrowed classic features from the past, such as the distinctive racing minute track, which first appeared in 1968, and even carried through OMEGA’s Formula One years in the 1990s.

Omega Father's Day

Finally, if you want to get as vintage as possible, why not journey back to the start of the story, with the Speedmaster ’57 on a golden brown Novonappa leather strap.  The design take inspiration from the very first pioneering design, but has been updated with a precise new engine and a modern silvery dial.

When it comes to Father’s Day, there are not many timepieces more appropriate than the Speedmaster. A good-looking watch, with timeless appeal and unrivalled heritage? Any dad will love it.

De Ville Tourbillon

Omega’s Antimagnetic Tourbillon Is a Watchmaking Breakthrough

Throughout OMEGA’s iconic history, the renowned Swiss watchmaker has earned a special reputation for its advancements in the art of Tourbillon craftsmanship. Today, the next chapter in the story is unveiled, through the release of the new De Ville Tourbillon Numbered Edition.

The exceptional timepiece is OMEGA’s first ever Master Chronometer certified manual-winding central Tourbillon. Not only does this certification assure the Swiss industry’s highest standard of precision and performance, but it also serves as a testament to OMEGA’s expert watchmakers, who have crafted a tourbillon cage that is able to keep rotating even under a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss. The skilled watchmakers also set the Tourbillon’s speed to one revolution per minute allowing the display of seconds, which is essential for achieving certification. Two extraordinary feats in Tourbillon creation!

Customers can view the impressive OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 2640 through the sapphire crystal caseback, and also note its 3-day power reserve indicator. To add luxurious beauty, the bridges and mainplate are made from 18K Sedna™ gold, and have been hand-bevelled for a decorative finish.

Beyond the superb accuracy is the design, which incorporates the brand’s watchmaking expertise and advanced materials, including two precious alloys made famous by OMEGA. Presented on a black leather strap, the 43.00 mm central casebody, buckle logo and crown logo are made from 18K Canopus™ gold – an exclusive white gold alloy, distinctive for its high brilliance, whiteness and longevity. Meanwhile, the lugs, bezel and caseback of the watch are formed in 18K Sedna™ gold – OMEGA’s own fiery rose gold alloy.

De Ville Tourbillon

The sun-brushed dial is also in 18K Sedna™ gold, but has been given a captivating dark shade, thanks to its black PVD treatment. Also unmistakable at the centre of the dial is the tourbillon cage with hand polished bevels in black ceramised titanium. This ingenious device drives the movements of the unique and mysterious hands, which give the timepiece its incomparable OMEGA style.

Each timepiece has been handcrafted by a select group of horologists at OMEGA’s Atelier Tourbillon, taking around an entire month of dedicated work to complete.

De Ville Tourbillon

This latest industry-changing wristwatch is the next major accomplishment in OMEGA’s Tourbillon history. Other historical highlights include the first-ever wristwatch Tourbillon calibre, which was created by OMEGA in 1947 and entered into the precision competitions at three major European Observatories. These calibres obtained excellent results, even setting a record in Geneva in 1950. Almost 50 years later, in 1994, OMEGA introduced the first self-winding Central Tourbillon wristwatch, with the Tourbillon carriage positioned in the middle of the watch. A decade later, in 2004, OMEGA would produce the first Tourbillon wristwatch to be Chronometer certified.

The new De Ville Tourbillon Numbered Edition comes with OMEGA’s full 5-year warranty, and is delivered in a special box with a travel pouch and watch crown winder. There is also a certificate that mentions the specific number of each watch.

Omega Sunglasses

The golden days of summer are back – and after all that’s happened this year – it’s never felt so good being out in the sun. Just in time for these long-awaited days outdoors, OMEGA has raised the style game with a unique collection of eyewear and sunglasses, with designs that borrow from the brand’s iconic universe, while also projecting an image of contemporary cool.

Sunglasses Pilot Style

The first bright idea has been to pair a retro feminine look with features from OMEGA’s watchmaking past – as seen in the women’s square style. Like the warm goodbye of a setting sun, the metallic frames shine in pink gold, and deliver classically fluted rims as well as the famous Seamaster wave pattern on the temple tips. It’s a design that certainly echoes the film-star years of the French Riviera, while still remaining up-to-date with touches of modern luxury.

Omega Lifestyle

Sticking with timeless sophistication, OMEGA has also given the popular men’s pilot style its own sharp twist. Whether you’re driving with the top down, or commanding a deck chair by the pool, this pale gold design has a true jet-setter spirit, thanks to the Italian-made construction, Dark Havana inserts, and the typically Swiss addition of OMEGA’s watch crown logo on the temple tips.

Omega Lifestyle

Finally, the vintage inspiration is complete with a round unisex style featuring smoky lenses and an innovative blend of acetate and metal in shiny palladium and black. Although that may sound rather futuristic, there’s no mistaking the flashback design with blinkers and a double bridge. This is the Omega Sunglasses pair to wear on the hottest days, when the sun you’ve been waiting for is streaming in from all directions.

Check out these styles and many more from OMEGA’s complete sunglasses collection – now in the spotlight at

Omega America's Cup

Celebrated with a brand new Limited Edition timepiece

Dating back to 1851, the America’s Cup is renowned as the oldest trophy in international sport and has become the source of fierce international rivalries and spectacular sailing duels. Now, as the 36th edition of the “Auld Mug” approaches, the Swiss watchmaker OMEGA is announcing its role as the event’s Official Timekeeper.

This will mark the third time in history that OMEGA has served in the prestigious sailing role, ever since the brand begun its partnership with Emirates Team New Zealand in 1995. Returning to New Zealand in 2021, OMEGA’s timekeeping excellence and long experience in sailing is sure to be highlighted through new technologies and never-seen-before equipment that will enhance every second of racing.

The moment will also provide another chance for OMEGA to celebrate its long-standing partnership with Emirates Team New Zealand. This special relationship began alongside the legendary sailor Sir Peter Blake, and has continued for 25 years, with a shared passion for innovation, technology, speed and accuracy.

Emirates Team New Zealand - America's Cup

Speaking about the announcement, OMEGA President and CEO Raynald Aeschlimann said, “The America’s Cup has a truly special place within the OMEGA brand. From ingenuity and precision, through to the competitive energy and history, every part of it appeals to our spirit. We’re very excited about our role next March and also for the chance to be on-board with Emirates Team New Zealand once again.”

CEO of the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand, Grant Dalton, said, “We’ve worked with OMEGA for many years now and we truly respect their high standards of excellence. We know they’ll bring a lot of experience to the event.”

Emirates Team New Zealand - America's Cup

“Our goal is to have the very best people for every part of the 36th America’s Cup presented by Prada. The choice of OMEGA was obvious. They not only have a distinguished history as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games, but they have also established themselves as the leader of timekeeping on the water.”

With this announcement comes the release of the brand new OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean 36th America’s Cup Limited Edition. Presented on a structured rubber strap, the 43.50 mm timepiece is crafted from stainless steel and is limited to just 2,021 pieces. Most notable is the blue ceramic diving bezel, which incorporates white and red liquid ceramic to create a 5-minute countdown for racing.

Omega Planet Ocean

The polished white ceramic dial of the watch includes the competition’s name transferred at 6 o’clock. A special America’s Cup logo has also been placed on the counterweight of the central seconds hand. On the reverse side, the America’s Cup logo is transferred on the caseback’s sapphire crystal, through which you can see the OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 8900.

The 36th America’s Cup is set to take place in March 2021. Competitors will sail in AC75, 75 foot foiling monohulls, with the course stretching across Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour in New Zealand.

Omega Planet Ocean

The Seamaster Planet Ocean America’s Cup Edition

A celebration of the 36th America’s Cup presented by Prada, contested by Emirates Team New Zealand in 2021, the Seamaster Planet Ocean America’s Cup Edition pays tribute to OMEGA’s role as Official Timekeeper and draws inspiration from the colors of the event’s logo: an impression of the Auld Mug in red, white and blue.

A Salute to the Sailors

OMEGA’s special Planet Ocean 43.5 mm timepiece sports a white polished ceramic dial with 36th AMERICA’S CUP transferred at 6 o’clock. Water-resistant up to 60 bar (600 m / 2000 ft) it is robust enough for life on deck – and a true collectable, appropriately limited to just 2,021 pieces.

“As supporters of the Kiwi crew since 1995, our connection to the cup is deeply personal and a source of great pride”

Omega America's Cup

Official Timekeeper of the America’s Cup

As Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games and many other top sporting events, OMEGA has recorded thousands of gold medal wins and world record finishes down to the split-second. At the 36th America’s Cup presented by Prada, captains and crew members can rest assured that OMEGA’s timekeepers will measure every moment under sail with absolute precision.

“OMEGA’s America’s Cup tribute is Master Chronometer certified and able to resist magnetic fields of 15,000 gauss”

Omega Planet Ocean

Calibre Omega 8900

Wind is not required to power this sailing watch. The mighty OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 8900 is in control. A self‑winding movement with Co‑Axial escapement, silicon balance spring, automatic winding in both directions and time zone function. It also has a special luxury finish with rhodium‑plated rotor and bridges with Geneva waves in arabesque.

OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional

The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six lunar missions, the legendary Speedmaster is an impressive representation of the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit.

This OMEGA Speedmaster Professional “Moonwatch” features a black dial covered by a hesalite crystal and graced by a small seconds sub-dial, 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder along with a central chronograph hand. The black bezel, with its tachymetric scale, is mounted on a 42 mm stainless steel case and presented on a matching bracelet.

OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Chronograph

At the heart of this chronograph is OMEGA’s mechanical calibre 1861, the legendary manual-winding movement worn on the Moon. This timepiece is offered with a special Moonwatch presentation box which contains a “NATO” strap, a strap for astronauts, a tool to change the bracelet and a book highlighting Speedmaster’s adventures.

OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional Chronograph

OMEGA and Apollo 13: 50 Years Later

Remembering the 14 seconds between success and failure;

When an oxygen tank exploded on board the Apollo 13 mission in 1970, it plunged the astronauts into a truly perilous situation. Amongst the many challenges faced by the crew, was a 14-second fuel burn required to bring them home. Thankfully, they had a certain chronograph to help.


“Without digital timers, the Speedmaster played a vital role.”

Trusted by the astronauts on all six moon landings, as well as the crew of Apollo 13, the iconic Speedmaster Moonwatch has truly earned its placed in space exploration history.

The Crew and Kit

The crew, commanded by veteran astronaut James Lovell, was destined for the moon. This was to be the third ever human lunar landing, and the next successful chapter of the Apollo project. Together with Command Module Pilot Jack Swigert, and Lunar Module Pilot, Fred Haise, the three astronauts were each equipped with OMEGA Speedmaster Professional chronographs – part of NASA’s official kit for all manned missions since 1965.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch

The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six lunar missions, the legendary Speedmaster is an impressive representation of the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch

This OMEGA Moonwatch Speedmaster Professional features a black dial covered by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and graced by a small seconds sub-dial, 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder along with a central chronograph hand. The black bezel, with its tachymetric scale, is mounted on a 42 mm stainless steel case and presented on a matching bracelet.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch

At the heart of this chronograph is OMEGA’s mechanical calibre 1863, the legendary manual-winding movement worn on the Moon, visible through the transparent case back. This timepiece is offered with a special Omega Moonwatch presentation box that contains a “NATO” strap, a strap for astronauts, a tool to change the bracelet and a book highlighting Speedmaster’s adventures.

Omega Nato Straps


Your watch and Nato Straps should go together perfectly, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experiment with different combinations. Why not mix things up and see what happens? You may discover a look that’s as individual as you are.

Omega Nato Straps


NATO straps are not only practical and comfortable to wear; they also look great and add a casual, warm-weather style to a watch. The OMEGA range includes NATO straps in high-quality polyamide or leather, in a countless variety of patterns and colors, all fixed with stainless steel buckles.

nato watch strap


Like the originals that inspired them, OMEGA’s “NATO” straps can easily be adjusted to any length and are thus perfectly suited to every wrist (or even the outside of a uniform!).


Blue is always high on the list of favourite colours – and for good reason: it’s a classic shade that goes beautifully with other colours. Our NATO range makes generous use of blue, as a solid colour or in striped patterns. Explore the many options and see how well blue works with your watch.

Omega Nato Straps Vintage


OMEGA’s “NATO” straps evolved from the leather and canvas ones used by British pilots, navigators and army personnel during World War Two. For safety reasons, wristwatches did not use removable spring bars to secure their straps. Their fixed bars, often soldered, were less likely to break than spring bars so there was less chance of losing the strap. Of course, this meant that the straps were created in a single piece that slide through the fixed bars.

OMEGA dive watch

It was with OMEGA’s maritime legacy in mind that the brand launched its Planet Ocean line in 2005. Today, the stylish models continue to pay homage to OMEGA’s dive watch heritage.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

This 45.50 mm stainless steel model features a ceramised titanium dial with a small seconds counter and a date window, as well as 60-minute and 12-hour counters at the 3 o’clock position. Orange ceramic is used on the rings of the pushers and also for the unidirectional bezel with its diving scale filled with liquid ceramic and Super-LumiNova.

Other features include an alveol screw-in caseback and a 5-stripe orange, grey and white polyamide NATO strap with a polished buckle and strap keepers in OMEGA dive watch stainless steel.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

The watch is water resistant to 600 metres / 2000 feet / 60 bar and has a helium-escape valve. The OMEGA Master Chronometer calibre 9900 at the heart of this timepiece can be seen through the transparent caseback. To achieve Master Chronometer status, it has passed the 8 rigorous tests set by METAS (The Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology).

Seamaster Aqua Terra

The Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra is a superb tribute to OMEGA’s rich maritime heritage. In this 41mm model, the symmetrical case has been crafted from stainless steel, with a wave-edged design featured on the back.

Seamaster Aqua Terra

The green dial is sun-brushed and is distinguished by a horizontal “teak” pattern which is inspired by the wooden decks of luxury sailboats. There is also a date window at 6 o’clock and rhodium-plated hands and indexes filled with white Super-LumiNova.

Seamaster Aqua Terra

Presented on a polished and brushed bracelet, this timepiece is powered by the OMEGA Master Chronometer calibre 8900, certified at the industry’s highest standard by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).