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Although the Aqua Terra is a newer Seamaster collection from OMEGA—having made its debut in 2003—the model is actually inspired by the earliest Seamaster models. When OMEGA first launched the Seamaster in 1948 to mark the brand’s 100th anniversary, it was essentially a dress watch

OMEGA may be known for their contribution to space exploration, but the brand is just as committed to exploring the oceans. Starting with the OMEGA Marine in 1932 and continuing into today’s comprehensive line of water-ready watches, OMEGA’s aquatic link remains strong. In 2005, OMEGA presented

In 1995, the OMEGA Seamaster achieved mainstream popularity when it joined the James Bond film franchise. Starting with Pierce Brosnan’s Seamaster Diver 300M in GoldenEye and continuing with Daniel Craig’s Seamaster 300 in SPECTRE, the modern 007 is never without an OMEGA Seamaster watch. But the

Every two years, more than 400 tons of equipment is transported from OMEGA’s Swiss headquarters to the grounds of the Olympic Games. OMEGA has a long history with the Olympics. Dating back to the Games of the 10th Olympiad in Los Angeles in 1932, OMEGA

The gripping story of the Apollo 13 mission is not just a historic moment in American space exploration. It’s also an abiding testament to man’s endurance, ingenuity, and courage. On April 13th, 1970, astronauts James Lovell, John Swigert, and Fred Haise were preparing for a landing

Michael Phelps' victory of .01 seconds in the 2008 Beijing Olympics illustrated the importance of perfect timekeeping in sports. OMEGA, timekeeper of 25 Olympic games and counting, aptly summarized the shift from human to computer timekeeping: "Competitive swimming has come a long way since three timekeepers with handheld