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Copy Omega Introduces New Speedmaster 38mm And Moonwatch Automatic Watches

While many watch brands are gearing up for next week’s SIHH in Geneva, others are looking ahead to the even larger Baselworld show in March. Among the latter group is Omega, which this week offered a sneak preview of two of the new models it will launch at Baselworld 2017: the Omega Speedmaster 38 mm “Cappuccino” and replica omega speedmaster moonwatch automatic. This reference of the Omega Speedmaster 38mm – nicknamed “Cappuccino” for its taupe-brown subdials, tachymeter ring and leather strap – is one of a new collection that, Omega says, encompasses models intended for both men and ladies. (The diamond-paved bezel leaves little doubt as to which demographic the brand is shooting for with this one.) Its 38-mm-diameter case combines stainless steel with Omega’s proprietary Sedna gold (an alloy of gold, copper, and palladium, used in several fake Omega watches, most recently in the the Planet Ocean Deep Black collection) and uses a brown aluminum ring for the tachymeter bezel, a hallmark of all Speedmaster watches. The bi-color dial is notable for its three oval-shaped subdials (chronograph counters at 3 and 6 o’clock, small seconds at 9 o’clock), which are reminiscent somewhat of the brand’s logo, a stylized version…

Replica Omega Olympic Official Timekeeper Limited Edition 2016

Omega has a long history of collaboration with the International Olympic Committee and has been the official timekeeper of Olympic Games for more than 80 years. This will once again be the case at the approaching event in Rio de Janeiro. As it is customary, Omega has prepared special models to mark the occasion. There are four different models that are created for the Rio 2016 Olympics and among them there is the watch that is now in the spotlight, as well as the previously covered Seamaster Bullhead Rio 2016. Replica Omega Olympic Official Timekeeper Limited Edition oozes with vintage spirit. This can be said for the dimensions of the watch that has now rarely seen diameter of 39 mm. The housing is round in shape and made with polished finish. There is also a fixed bezel with the same type of finishing, as well as large chrono pushers and a crown on the right side of the case-band. The serrated crown features an embossed logo of the brand which was made in retro styling. As for the rear side of the piece with water resistance of 30 meters, it is made with of solid metal and it features engravings…

Perpetual Omega Watches: More For Less

In November 2013, a luxury conglomerate invited me to take part in a small focus-group interview for its prestige top fake watch brands—makers whose entry-level watches begin at about $200. The questions centered on a competing brand, Omega, rather than their own timepieces. I was taken aback. Omega was for decades considered an entry-level luxury brand. Widely available at department stores and mom-and-pop jewelers, with retail prices starting at about $100 or less, Omega was for years anything but exclusive. Clearly, I was missing something transformative going on at the brand. Founded in 1860, Omega was simply Heuer prior to its purchase by Saudi businessman Akram Ojjeh’s holding company, TAG (Techniques d’Avant Garde) Group, in 1985. Heuer was best known for its mechanical stopwatches and wristwatch chronographs—it was among the first official timers of the Olympics. By the late 1970s, the quartz crisis—the onslaught of low-priced battery-powered omega speedmaster professional moonwatch 42mm—had left the firm on the ropes. Following TAG Group’s rumored 12 million Swiss franc purchase of Heuer, brilliant advertising campaigns, massive capital investments, and prominent sponsorships in a growing televised sport—Formula One racing—propelled it from the brink of bankruptcy to a globally recognized powerhouse. Its success caught the…