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The brand has achieved well-deserved rock star status among watch enthusiasts everywhere
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Omega, the prestigious Swiss watchmaker, was founded in 1848. In the more than 160 years since its creation, Omega's history has been replete with examples of innovation, record precision, audacious design, pioneering spirit and a tradition of excellence in watchmaking. Time and again, Omega watches have proven their ability to perform in demanding conditions.
Britain's Royal Flying Corps chose Omega watches in 1917 as the official timekeepers for its combat units, as did the American army in 1918. In 1940, Omega became the largest supplier of watches for the armed forces of Great Britain, allowing the brand to industrialise its advances in water-resistant, shock-proof and anti-magnetic technology.
Omega has actively supported the ideal of perfection and precision in the world of competitive sport for many years. Since 1932, the brand has been known worldwide as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games. Today, Omega also brings its cutting-edge timekeeping to other top athletics, swimming, bobsleigh and sailing competitions.
Omega is the only watch brand to be associated with the conquest of space, being the choice of NASA for its manned space flight missions and the historic Apollo 11 mission to the Moon in 1969. Since the first lunar mission, Omega has produced the "Moonwatch", the one and only watch to have been worn on the Moon.
Since 1995, James Bond has worn Omega watches in every film. Over the years, Omega has created limited edition timepieces whose special features honour 007 and his legacy of more than half a century of genre-defining movies. In 2015, to commemorate 20 years of partnership with the world’s most beloved spy, Omega released a limited edition of the unique model that was worn on screen by Daniel Craig in Spectre.