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Omega Titanium 42mm Automatic 210.90.42.20.01.001 new
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Omega SEAMASTER DIVER 300M 007 EDITION
NZ$ 14,090
Professional dealer
62
HK
Omega Steel 45.5mm Automatic 2218.50.00 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean
NZ$ 6,513
Professional dealer
21
NZ
Omega Steel 37mm Manual winding 6b/159 pre-owned New Zealand, Wellington
Omega “Omega 56” 6b/159
NZ$ 5,000
Private Seller
NZ
Omega Gold/Steel 34mm Automatic 168.005 PiePan 168005 pre-owned
TOP
Omega Constellation Pie Pan (with box) caliber 564 quick set...
NZ$ 3,289
Free shipping
Professional dealer
231
NL
Omega Yellow gold 34mm Automatic Geneve 14K Gold pre-owned
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Omega Geneve automatic 14K Gold Cal 1012 vintage 1972
NZ$ 2,509
Professional dealer
124
HU
Omega Steel 42mm Automatic 210.22.42.20.01.004 new
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M James Bond Automatik Stahl Ref....
NZ$ 13,249

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Omega Steel 41mm Automatic 2532.80.00 pre-owned New Zealand, Papamoa
Omega Seamaster Diver 300 M
NZ$ 3,241
Private Seller
NZ
Omega Steel 42mm Automatic 2513.30.00 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
NZ$ 4,000
Private Seller
NZ
Omega 32mm Manual winding pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Naïad
NZ$ 990
Private Seller
NZ
Omega 41mm Automatic 43113412102001 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Deville Co-axial
NZ$ 5,400
Private Seller
NZ
Omega Yellow gold 34mm Manual winding pre-owned New Zealand, Papamoa
Omega 545147
NZ$ 2,857
Private Seller
NZ
Omega Steel 27mm Automatic 123.25.27.20.55.001 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Constellation
NZ$ 6,429
Professional dealer
NZ
Omega Steel 44.25mm Automatic 329.30.44.51.04.001 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
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Omega Speedmaster Racing
NZ$ 8,570
Private Seller
NZ
Omega Steel 33mm Manual winding 131.001-62-SC pre-owned
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Omega Cal. 286 Steel vintage 1962
NZ$ 1,730
Professional dealer
124
HU
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding ST145.022 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Chronograph Handaufzug Stahl...
NZ$ 8,573

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DE
Omega Steel 39.5mm Automatic 522.32.40.20.04.001 522.32.40.20.04.002 522.32.40.20.04.003 522.32.40.20.04.004 new
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Omega Olympic 2008 Beijing China 522.32.40.20.04.001
NZ$ 42,692
Professional dealer
801
US
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 145.022 pre-owned
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Omega Vintage Speedmaster Professional 145.022-68 ST Transitio...
NZ$ 14,231
Professional dealer
14
CH
Omega Yellow gold 35mm Automatic 157.0002 pre-owned
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Omega 1968 Ultra-Thin Constellation Chronometer, cal712
NZ$ 15,887
Free shipping
Professional dealer
59
CH
Omega Yellow gold 34mm Automatic 14704-61 pre-owned
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Omega Vintage BUMPER 1960's Divers Seal Edition 14K Caliber...
NZ$ 5,975
Free shipping
Professional dealer
860
NL
Omega Titanium 42mm Automatic 210.90.42.20.01.001 new
TOP
Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Master Chronometer 007 Limited Ed.
NZ$ 16,260
Professional dealer
5114
IT
Omega Gold/Steel Quartz 1267.75.00 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Constellation
NZ$ 3,426
Professional dealer
NZ
Omega Steel 39mm Automatic 3510.12.00 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Reduced year about 1999
NZ$ 3,290
Professional dealer
56
AT
Omega Rose gold 32mm Manual winding 2650 pre-owned
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Omega Cal. 420 14K Rose Gold vintage 1951
NZ$ 2,942
Professional dealer
124
HU
Omega Gold/Steel 35.5mm Automatic 368.1201 pre-owned
Omega Constellation Stahl / Gold Chronometer Automatik...
NZ$ 3,550

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DE
Omega Steel 42mm Automatic 165.024 pre-owned
Omega Vintage Seamaster 300
NZ$ 10,000
Professional dealer
11
SG
Omega Ceramic 44.25mm Automatic 311.92.44.30.01.002 new
Omega Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon "Team Alinghi" 2020
NZ$ 14,271
Professional dealer
33
US
Omega White gold 19mm Manual winding pre-owned
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Omega Diamond Set White Gold Ladies Carre
NZ$ 8,027
Free shipping
Professional dealer
59
CH
Omega Gold/Steel 37mm Quartz 53451453 pre-owned
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Omega Polaris Limited Edition Olympic Barcelona Year 1992 -...
NZ$ 4,416
Free shipping
Professional dealer
860
NL
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 311.30.42.30.01.005 new
Omega Speedmaster Professional MOONWATCH - 2021 - NEW - FULL...
NZ$ 9,161
Professional dealer
150
DE
Omega Steel 44mm Automatic 212.32.44.50.01.001 pre-owned New Zealand, Auckland
Omega Seamaster Diver
NZ$ 7,284
Professional dealer
21
NZ
Omega Steel 36.2mm Automatic Seamaster pre-owned
Omega Seamaster 2551.80 Blue Automatic 36mm Watch
NZ$ 2,499
Professional dealer
72
US
Omega Steel 41mm Automatic 212.30.41.20.01.005 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster James Bond
NZ$ 8,642
Professional dealer
55
DE
Omega Ceramic 43.5mm Automatic 215.32.43.21.04.001 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean America´s Cup Ref. 215.32.43.21.0...
NZ$ 11,170

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DE
Omega Rose gold 34mm Automatic Omega pre-owned
Omega Vintage Constellation 18K Rose Gold Pie Pan Dial
NZ$ 14,000
Professional dealer
11
SG
Omega Titanium 42mm Automatic 210.92.42.20.01.001 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Diver 300 Bond “No Time to Die”
NZ$ 11,286
Professional dealer
28
US
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 311.33.42.30.01.001 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch - Like new 10/2020
NZ$ 8,486
Professional dealer
185
IT
Omega Steel 33mm Quartz De Ville pre-owned
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Omega Deville Vintage 33mm Men's Watch
NZ$ 2,858
Free shipping
Professional dealer
860
NL
Omega Titanium 44.2mm Automatic 311.93.44.51.03.001 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Titanium Co-Axial Chronograph Moonwatch
NZ$ 11,286
Professional dealer
33
US
Omega Steel 35mm Manual winding Seamaster pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Cosmic - Manual Wind Cal. 613 - 1970s
NZ$ 724
Professional dealer
 
CH
Omega Steel 38mm Automatic 220.10.38.20.01.001 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 220.10.38.20.01.001 Black Dial -...
NZ$ 6,324
Professional dealer
290
UK
Omega Yellow gold 25mm Quartz Omega Constellation Lady Vintage Quarz pre-owned
Omega Constellation
NZ$ 5,455
Professional dealer
55
DE
Omega Gold/Steel 42mm Manual winding ST145.022 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Italy Special Limitiert Stahl /...
NZ$ 13,422

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DE
Omega Steel 42mm Automatic 3551.50.00 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow Chronograph
NZ$ 6,050
Professional dealer
11
SG
Omega Gold/Steel 43mm Automatic 231.23.43.52.06.001 pre-owned
Omega SEAMASTER AQUA TERRA 150M GMT
NZ$ 12,989
Professional dealer
29
BE
Omega Steel 35mm Automatic 168.017 pre-owned
Omega Constellation Chronometer
NZ$ 2,615
Professional dealer
10
PL
Omega Steel 28mm Quartz 1841.75.36 pre-owned
TOP
Omega Quadra Mother of Pearl Diamonds Dial Top Model - 18417536
NZ$ 1,905
Free shipping
Professional dealer
860
NL
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 35658000 pre-owned
Omega Gemini 4 Speedmaster
NZ$ 15,413
Professional dealer
78
IT
Omega Steel 39.7mm Manual winding 311.30.40.30.01.001 new
Omega Speedmaster Calibre 321 "Ed White"
NZ$ 27,536
Professional dealer
232
IT
Omega Steel 39mm Manual winding 2998-62 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster 321 Pre-Moon CK 2998-62
NZ$ 23,813
Professional dealer
22
BE
Omega Steel 41mm Automatic 233.90.41.21.03.001 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster 300 Co-axial Master
NZ$ 9,958
Professional dealer
55
DE
Omega Yellow gold 35mm Automatic 278.1711 pre-owned
Omega De Ville 18K Gold Chronograph Diamanten Automatik...
NZ$ 16,539

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DE
Omega Yellow gold 35mm Automatic Ref : 168.009 pre-owned
Omega Constellation Gold Brick Bracelet Automatic 168.009
NZ$ 12,500
Professional dealer
11
SG
Omega Steel 42.6mm Automatic 327.10.43.50.01.001 pre-owned
Omega SPEEDMASTER MARK II
NZ$ 6,494
Professional dealer
29
BE
Omega Gold/Steel 34mm Automatic Seamaster pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Automatic 1958 - Cal. 501 - SERVICED - Special...
NZ$ 1,528
Professional dealer
 
CH
Omega Yellow gold 39mm Manual winding 8606082 pre-owned
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Omega Vintage 14 K Yellow Gold Oversized RARE - 8606082
NZ$ 5,628
Free shipping
Professional dealer
860
NL
Omega Yellow gold Automatic 175.033 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Reduced gold
NZ$ 6,754
Professional dealer
78
IT
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 311.30.42.30.01.005 new
Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch
NZ$ 10,374
Professional dealer
232
IT
Omega Steel 42mm Manual winding 145.022 pre-owned
Omega Speedmaster Professional Vintage 145022-78 Beautiful Patina
NZ$ 9,958
Professional dealer
22
BE
Omega Steel Automatic 3222.80 pre-owned
Omega Automatic Speedmaster Day Date FULLSET Box Papers blue...
NZ$ 4,830
Professional dealer
97
DE
Omega Steel 36mm Automatic 168.1502 pre-owned
Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Automatik Stahl Herrenuhr...
NZ$ 4,070

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DE
Omega Steel 34mm Manual winding 145.018 pre-owned
Omega Vintage Seamaster DeVille Chronograph 861 Manual Winding
NZ$ 6,429
Professional dealer
11
SG

Omega: Tradition and Innovation

Omega represents reliability and precision, a fact the astronauts of the Apollo missions came to appreciate on their trips to the Moon. Innovations like the co-axial escapement and Master Chronometer have only added to Omega's stellar reputation.


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Precision from the Depths of the Sea to Outer Space

Omega has been around since the mid-19th century and has earned a reputation for making reliable, precise, and functional watches. Omega has a long, rich history of developing new watchmaking technology. They created the co-axial escapement as well as an especially effective form of protection against magnetic fields. Such innovations help protect Omega watches against jolts and magnetic fields of up to 15,000 Gauss.

Omega produces some of the most famous watches in the world: Their Speedmaster Professional , for example, accompanied the first astronauts to the Moon in the summer of 1969. Professional and recreational divers alike have been relying on the Seamaster for around 60 years, and this watch has also made numerous appearances on the silver screen as James Bond's watch in various movies.

Aside from their technology-heavy watches, Omega features classic, elegant timepieces such as the De Ville, Constellation, and Globemaster. Materials like red and yellow gold emphasize the luxurious quality of these watches.


How much do Omega watches cost?

Model Price (approx.) Features
De Ville Tourbillon 254,000 USD Platinum case, tourbillon, skeletonized movement
Constellation 44,300 USD Gold case, diamonds
Speedmaster Moonwatch Snoopy 20,900 USD Chronograph, stainless steel, limited run of 1,970 pieces
Aqua Terra GMT 5,800 USD Second time zone, stainless steel
Seamaster Bullhead 7,000 USD Chronograph
Seamaster 300 4,500 USD Water resistant to 300 m (30 bar, 984 ft), stainless steel case

Prices for the Speedmaster Professional and Its Sister Models

Without a doubt, one of Omega's leading models is the Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch . First presented in 1957, this chronograph does its name justice. NASA began outfitting its astronauts with this timepiece in the 1960s, and it went down as the first watch ever on the Moon when the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission set foot on the lunar surface in 1969. Since then, Omega has released numerous versions of the Moonwatch. The Speedmaster Professional is the closest thing to the original model. You can purchase this timepiece with a manual movement, historically accurate plexiglass, and a stainless steel case back starting around 3,600 USD. If you prefer the variant with sapphire glass on both the front and back, be prepared to spend an additional 700 USD. Vintage models from the 60s sell for between 7,600 and 10,700 USD.

Models popular among collectors, such as the Speedy Tuesday, the steel version of the Apollo 17 45th Anniversary, the Dark Side of the Moon, and the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Moonphase, sit in a similar price range. You'll need to dig a bit deeper into your pockets for even more highly coveted models like the Snoopy or Moonwatches with gold cases. These pieces easily fetch prices of between 12,800 and 20,900 USD.

In addition to the various versions of the Moonwatch, this collection features a slew of other interesting editions of the Speedmaster. For example, Omega pays tribute to the original Speedmaster from 1957 with the Speedmaster '57. The Racing and Mark II are also closely related to their predecessors from the 50s and 60s. These models come in at between 4,500 and 6,400 USD.

On the other hand, the Speedmaster 38 is aimed more at a female audience. You can purchase this 38-mm gold watch with diamonds for about 7,100 USD. If you prefer something a bit more modern, you may enjoy models likes the Skywalker X-33 and the Spacemaster Z-33. These multi-functional quartz watches offer a number of functions in addition to their analog and digital displays, including a second time zone, chronograph, perpetual calendar, and an alarm. Plan to spend between 4,200 and 4,800 USD for one of these models.


Prices for the Seamaster, a Classic Diving Watch

The Seamaster collection is yet another cornerstone of the Swiss manufacturer's catalog. High water resistance characterizes each of the collection's various models. One of the series' most famous models, the Seamaster 300 , is water resistant to 300 m (984 ft). Prices for current models range from 4,500 USD for the stainless steel model to 23,300 USD for the version made of Omega's own rose gold, called Sedna gold. Vintage models from the 60s cost about 8,900 USD in good condition.

The Diver 300M, Planet Ocean 600M, and Ploprof 1200M are all geared toward professional divers. Watches in these lines are water resistant to 300 m (984 ft), 600 m (1,970 ft), and 1,200 m (3,937 ft), respectively. They also include professional features like a helium escape valve and a security pusher for the diving bezel.

Depending on the material, expect to spend between 7,000 and 13,100 USD on the deep-diving Ploprof 1200M. The Omega Planet Ocean 600 is between 37.5 and 45.5 mm in diameter. You also can choose between a stainless steel or gold case. Prices for the three-hand model in stainless steel sit around 4,900 USD, while those for watches with gold cases range from 16,200 to 19,200 USD. The chronograph version of the Planet Ocean 600M costs around 6,300 USD in stainless steel and 22,700 USD in gold.

The Diver 300M also is available in men's and women's sizes as a three-hand watch or a chronograph. You can purchase a stainless steel model with a 28 to 44-mm case for between 1,600 and 4,200 USD. Limited edition pieces, such as the titanium Diver 300 ETNZ, can cost as much as 5,400 USD. This timepiece is dedicated to the sailors of the Emirates Team New Zealand.

The Railmaster has been a part of the Omega catalog since 1957 and was originally developed for people with regular exposure to strong magnetic fields. The most recent models can withstand up to 15,000 Gauss and sell for around 4,000 USD. Prices for models from the 50s are 60s can quickly rise to about 15,700 USD.

In the Aqua Terra line, Omega combines the straightforwardness of a tool watch with the elegance of a dress watch. The various models are available with gold and diamonds as well as mother-of-pearl dials and crocodile leather straps. You can get a simple model in stainless steel for as little as 4,000 USD. Those with a GMT or chronograph function require an investment of around 5,800 USD. When gold and diamonds are added to the mix, prices can range anywhere from 13,200 to 40,800 USD.


Constellation and De Ville – Classic Elegance with Tourbillons and Diamonds

Omega takes a less technical approach to their Constellation series compared to the Speedmaster and Seamaster collections. The Constellation has undergone a number of changes since it was first introduced in 1952. Early models were simple and elegant wristwatches with three hands. Since the 1980s, many models feature a fixed bezel with Roman numerals. Some Constellation watches have so-called 'claws,' which are slightly raised parts of the bezel at 3 and 9 o'clock. As the designs were modernized, high-quality quartz movements were introduced to improve accuracy. Since 1967, Omega has also offered a Constellation series for women. Certain pieces in this collection are distinguished by gold and decorative diamonds.

These ornate timepieces easily change hands for between 29,200 and 44,300 USD. On the other hand, simpler models in stainless steel range from as little as 2,100 to 4,700 USD. You can even find vintage models from the 60s for well under 1,200 USD.

The De Ville series is a touch more classic than the Constellation. The series, introduced in the 1960s, appeals to an audience similar to that of Blancpain or Breguet. This series features classic, clean designs with Roman numerals; movements with tourbillons; and cases made of white, rose, and yellow gold. Many of the women's models also feature diamond-studded bezels or diamond hour markers.

Here you will also find vintage pieces for under 1,200 USD. Depending on the material, current models range from 7,900 to 25,100 USD. A platinum De Ville Tourbillon with a skeletonized movement comes with a hefty price tag of around 254,000 USD.


The History of Omega

The history of Omega goes back to the 19th century. In 1848, Louis Brandt began manufacturing pocket watches in the city of La Chaux-de-Fonds, in the Swiss canton of Neuchâtel. He made arrangements with local suppliers, which allowed him to sell his products to a wider market, including in Italy, England, and Scandinavia. Later, Brandt's sons moved the company to its current location in Biel. Although the name Omega had been in use since 1894, it was first officially registered in 1903 when the third generation took over.

The name is meant to express the quality of their watches. Omega is the last letter in the Greek alphabet and is often used as a metaphor for perfection.

In 1930, Omega and their competitor, Tissot, made a joint decision to serve separate markets. Omega was to focus on the luxury watch sector and Tissot on the middle class. When the quartz crisis put the Swiss watch industry in a difficult position, the two brands came together in 1983 under the newly formed Swatch Group. Omega remains part of the group to this day.


Technological Innovations, Olympic Games, and Famous Wearers

Omega has garnered attention over the decades for their technical innovations. In 1892, the manufacturer introduced the first wristwatch featuring a minute repeater, a particularly intricate complication that uses chimes to relay the time. Omega was responsible for timing all of the events at the 1932 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, and they introduced automatic timers for the first time at the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki.

The manufacturer reached a new level of precision with their quartz chronometers introduced in the 1970s. A high point was the caliber 1525, which was used to power the marine chronometers used by the French navy. It was specially made and delivered in a box made of precious wood with a brass coating. Over the course of a year, these chronometers deviate from the exact time by less than five seconds.

One of the Swiss manufacturer's more recent achievements is the development of watches that are highly resistant to magnetic fields. In October 2013, the Seamaster Aqua Terra marked the beginning of a new generation of watches. These timepieces make use of anti-magnetic silicon, which allows calibers to remain unaffected by up to 15,000 Gauss of magnetism. The watches with these features bear an official Omega quality mark developed in 2015.

Many prominent figures, both in real life and in fiction, have been drawn to the allure of Omega watches. The most famous wearer may very well be secret agent James Bond , who wore a Seamaster in the 1995 film GoldenEye. The French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau also relied on the Seamaster during many of his dives. Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, wore a Seamaster Calendar in 1960 when he was promoted to sergeant while stationed in West Germany. However, it isn't only kings who recognize the value of the brand. The former US President John F. Kennedy, the former Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong, and the former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev all wore Omegas; Gorbachev selected a golden watch from the Constellation series. Likewise, actor Tom Hanks wears an Omega Speedmaster Professional as a reminder of his role in the film Apollo 13.


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