Omega Speedmaster Date Chronograph 32330404006001. 40mm stainless steel case, grey charcoal dial with 3 chrono sub dials, luminous hands and hour markers, stainless steel bezel with black insert. Fitted to a very sturdy stainless steel Omega bracelet and double folding clasp. This watch represents fantastic value for money when you compare it to a Rolex or Patek Philippe equivalent! Comes complete with Box and all UK warranty cards dated 10/6/13. We even have the original purchase receipt!
Our Ref: 1553
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph 2210.50.00. With the larger 45.5 mm steel case, Charcoal dial with 3 chrono sub dials, luminous hands and hour markers, stainless steel bezel with black insert. Water resistant to 600 meters. Powered by an automatic Omega 3313C chronograph movement with a 52 hour power reserve. Fitted to a very sturdy stainless steel Omega bracelet with divers extension link and double folding clasp. This watch represents fantastic value for money when you compare it to a Rolex equivalent! Comes complete with Box and all warranty cards dated 3/8/09. Also Omega service card Serviced by Omega UK on 18/2/14.
Our Ref: 1526
This special Omega Seamaster was made to celebrate 50 years of James Bond. This limited edition piece with a larger 41 mm stainless steel case and the famous "007" logo in a diagonal print across the gloss black dial with a date displayed at 3 o’clock, scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass. Unidirectional ceramic rotating bezel the red "50" signifying its anniversary. The caseback has a gun-barrel design with a small saphire glass window showing the "bullet" decoration on the rotor. Fitted to a robust polished and brushed stainless steel bracelet with double folding clasp. Our one owner October 2012 UK supplied watch comes complete with the very impressive special edition Omega box, stamped warranty card, pictogram and limited edition cards and instruction booklet.
This very special Omega Speedmaster 'From the Moon the Mars' Limited Edition has most of the features from the original Omega moon watch with the larger solid 42mm stainless steel case, charcoal matte dial with luminous hands, 3 coloured planet chronograph sub dials also has 'From the Moon to Mars' printed on the dial between 3 and 6 o'clock as well as it being engraved on the case back along with its own individual number. Powered by a hand-wound calibre 1861 known for its precision and reliability.
UK Supplied new April 2006. Comes complete with Omega boxes,warranty card, pictogram card and instruction manual.
Our Ref: 1337
The Omega De Ville has always been an iconic dress watch with the gold and steel chainmail bracelet, 32mm gold case with a crisp white dial and is powered by a 1532 calibre quartz movement. Comes with official Omega service case.
A classic vintage Omega Carrure Lunette from the early 1960s with an extra thin 4mm gold plated case, silver dial with gold baton hour markers and hands, powered by the super slim calibre 620 movement this watch still retains its original black leather strap and Omega buckle. Absolute pristine example and just returned from a complete service.
Our Ref: 1289
This brand new unused Omega Speedmaster chronograph moonwatch with a 42mm stainless steel case, Black/matte grey dial with luminous hands and hour markers. Brushed and polished stainless steel bracelet. Calibre 1863 chronograph movement, totally as new condition condition complete with all factory stickers. Comes complete with original box, booklets, stamped warranty card etc.
Our Ref: 1273
Omega celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the first James Bond film with the launch of a commemorative limited edition Omega Seamaster James Bond 007 50th Anniversary. Our 36mm version unlike the larger model has a Diamond set at 7 O'clock on the lacquered black dial that also features a 007 monogram to honour the film history of agent 007 ,Stainless steel case and the new ceramic bezel matt chromium nitride numbers except for the number “50″ which is in red, as a reminder that the watch is celebrating a very special 50th anniversary. Brushed and polished Omega-patented screw-and-pin stainless steel bracelet. . The indexes are coated with white Super-LumiNova with a blue emission, allowing ease of reading in all light conditions. There is a date window at 3 o’clock. The coolest feature on this watch is the ‘bullet’ decoration on the rotor, that rotates with the motion of the oscillating weight. This unique design can be viewed through a sapphire crystal in the back of the case. The watch has a self-winding chronometer, Co-Axial escapement-equipped movement helium escape valve allows helium atoms to escape, the watch is water resistant up to 300 Mts. Purchased new at Ernest Jones June 2014. Complete with special limited edition boxes and papers (cards) including precious stones card, tags, and unique ltd edt. numbered card for the watch. This 36mm version has also become popular amongst the lady's.
The Seamaster range was first seen in 1948, this confirmed Omega’s position among sailors and divers as the tough and reliable watch. 2005 saw the launch of Planet Ocean series, with the revolutionary Co-Axial escapement. This model has become very popular especially with the orange strap and aluminium bezel, 42 mm stainless steel case automatic chronometer certified movement, date positioned at 3Oclock ,water resistant to 600m- 2000ft fitted with a Orange rubber strap. UK supplied April 2011 complete with all boxes and papers, swing tag also the original crystal and case back stickers.
This Stunning 22.5mm lady’s stainless steel Omega constellation with a Black dial and Factory diamond bezel. fitted to a highly polished 3 link bracelet. This (my choice) model has been worn by various celebrities around the world such as Cindy Crawford. UK supplied new November 2002. Comes complete with all boxes warranty cards & swing tags.
This is an incredibly rare 1965 Omega Speedmaster (Pre Professional) with Reference S 105.003-64. Also known as the "Ed White" as it was the very watch he wore on his first historic space walk, and other famous Appollo astronauts like Niel Armstrong making this probably one of the most famous watches ever made! NASA tested various brands (including Rolex) and the 105 003 was the only one proved fit for space travel. This particular Speedmaster, has a manually wound 321 caliber movement (Pre-Professional) with a 40mm case, no crown guards and straight lugs, dating to September 1964 is virtually epic as it was made for a very short period of time before the arrival of the 145.012 moon. Our Ed White is with its wonderfully original faded dial and original bracelet. These pre moon examples with no crown guards or "professional" markings on the dial are extremely desirable by collectors. This watch has just come back from Swiss Tec Omega having had a full service.
This watch is extremely rare and one of the most highly collectible British Military watches. This 1953 Omega was part of a exclusive one year order from the British Royal Air Force, a limited number of only 5900 pieces were produced for pilots & officers. This watch was both antimagnetic an chronometer certified, imagine how few watches were chronometers in 1953! The watch is cased in soft iron to prevent magnetism from the aircraft instruments that may have affected its performance during military operations. This watch is definitly one of the more sought after Military issue pieces and will certainly continue to increase in value. This 2777-1C has a much larger 37mm case than Omega's earlier 1940s military watch as they were originally produced with "Thin Arrow" Radium dials but these were said to be radioactive when stock-piled, so the MOD recalled them and redialed them with Tritium, that is why the letter "T" under Omega is in the circled, then nicknamed "Fat Arrow"dials. Our all original example is in incredible condition with MOD dial. (Fat Arrow & Circled T). Antimagnetic strip to secure the movement in tact. The movement is running strong and keeping excellent time, waterproof to 30 mts. The case back on these very special pieces were engraved with the numbers, meaning (6645-101000- NATO code.) ( 6B/542- Aircrew Issue.) (3695/53- Stores number & year of order) What an incredible piece of history!