Inspired by the stopwatches that the producer from Bienne made for timekeeping occasions, explicitly for the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal and Innsbruck, Omega presents their Seamaster Olympic Games Collection. Five Seamaster Olympic Games watches, in the shades of the Olympic Rings (blue, yellow, dark, green and red).
Each watch has this domed highly contrasting dial, much the same as the stopwatches, and a hued ring on the external white dial. At 6 o’clock, the ring is broken by the Olympic rings logo in a mono tone. This ring can likewise be utilized a heartbeat peruser, as it has little 20 seconds spans, empowering the energetic wearer to handily gauge and compute their heartbeat pulsates to-minute. The phrasing ‘Seamaster’ and the seconds hand are likewise in the relating tone. Huge white Arabic numerals are on the dark inward segment of the dial, giving extraordinary intelligibility. A date gap with white circle and dark printing is situated at 6 o’clock, in the dark internal dial as well.
On the caseback, you’ll discover an anodized aluminum ring which incorporates all known Olympic Games urban areas and dates where Omega was and will be watch. From Los Angeles in 1932 up to Los Angeles in 2028.
All watches are outfitted with the Co-Axial Master Chronometer type 8800 development. A case size of 39,5mm makes this an ideal watch for essentially every wrist size. As the authority time-keeping contract runs till 2032, Omega chose to make 2032 bits of each Seamaster Olympic Games watch. The interesting number will be engraved on the caseback.
The Omega Seamaster Olympic Games watch comes on a lively looking punctured leather tie, with a shading that coordinates the dial.
For additional data, or to see the Olympic Collection of Omega watches, . Retail cost will be CHF5000 Swiss Francs.