#2 | Omega Seamaster (1948)
Before the launch of the Seamaster in 1948, Omega was already respected for its robust diver’s watches. It would further cement this reputation with the first Omega Seamaster, modeled after the watches worn by British military during World War II. What made the Seamaster particularly popular, is that it had impressive water resistance but could be used as a dress watch.
Over the years, Omega would launch a large variety of Seamaster watches for different needs: from dive watches to casual watches and world timers. Today, the Seamaster is Omega’s oldest collection that’s still in production. SEE ALL SEAMASTER >