5 Best Omega Watches 2019

Omega has an impressive collection of timepieces that have made groundbreaking history. From making the first watch on the moon to timing the Olympics, Omega has proven its mettle in watchmaking – making it one of the most covetable brands in the world.

Fortunately, Omega has iconic yet practical timepieces at attainable prices, some even below the $5K mark.

If you’re in the market for an Omega, here are 5 great choices for your starter watch:


Omega Aqua Terra

#5 | Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 

The design of the Aqua Terra makes it an effective workday-to-weekend watch. The Teak Concept dials recall the wooden decks found on luxury sailboats; while the classic shape, swooping lines, and polished finish give it a dressy look.

Available from 38 to 41mm sizes and in dozens of dial variations, the Aqua Terra is a clean and balanced watch that is very wearer-friendly.

Best for: Those looking for a sporty but practical watch that they can wear daily, even in the office. SEE ALL AQUA TERRA >


Omega Seamaster Co Axial

#4 | Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial

First launched in 1957, the Seamaster 300 was designed for divers and professionals who worked underwater. Revamped in 2014, it won watch lovers all over with its blend of retro styling and modern Omega technologies – particularly the fully anti-magnetic Master Co-Axial movement.

The combination of a dark dial, lighter indexes and big hands make for very easy reading in various lighting conditions, underwater and even on land.

Best for: Those who love vintage and retro-inspired watches with modern capabilities. SEE ALL SEAMASTER 300 MASTER CO-AXIAL >


Omega Planet Ocean

#3 | Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M

Aside from its history of space exploration, Omega is also known for its maritime legacy. The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is a homage to this heritage.

With water resistance of up to 600m and a helium-escape valve, the Planet Ocean is robust enough for the treacherous seas; but its modern design is still wearable enough for daily wear.

Best for: Those who are looking for a sports watch that’s highly-functional yet stylish. SEE ALL PLANET OCEAN >


Omega Seamaster 300

#2 | Omega Seamaster 300M

The emblematic blue diver watch from Omega is, without a doubt, one of its most important models in history. It has become the archetypal luxury tool watch after Pierce Brosnan slid one on his wrist, as James Bond in 1995’s GoldenEye.

While some people won’t actually take their luxury watches diving, the Seamaster 300M Professional is one that is up to the task – complete with a unidirectional rotating bezel, a helium-escape valve and a striking but legible dial.

Best for: Those who want a dive watch that’s both sporty and sophisticated. SEE ALL SEAMASTER 300M >


Omega Speedmaster MoonWatch

#1 | Omega Speedmaster MoonWatch Professional 

You probably already know how the MoonWatch became the first watch on the moon. Launched in 1957, it’s still the Omega watch to own; and like many iconic watches, it has only changed slightly over decades.

The classic black dial with thin hour and minute hands and trademark black tachymeter bezel goes with many different ensembles, but the Speedy isn’t all looks – it’s powered by the Calibre 1861, which remains essentially the same, as the one that accompanied the historic lunar landing.

Best for: Those who want an iconic timepiece that will transcend trends. SEE ALL SPEEDMASTER MOONWATCH >





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