Omega Unveils The Speedmaster Chronoscope Paris 2024 Special Edition Watches

Celebrating 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris with a special Speedmaster Chronoscope duo.


Omega’s partnership with the Olympic Games isn’t a secret, it dates back to 1932 where they became the very first official timekeeper, a role they’ve proudly held for over 90 years. With the 2024 Olympics fast approaching, Omega has unveiled two new limited-edition Speedmaster Chronoscope models to commemorate the upcoming 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. This release marks the 30th time Omega will serve as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games.

Offered in stainless steel and 18K Moonshine gold, the Chronoscope features a 43mm x 14mm case with the Speedmaster’s signature twisted lugs and crown guards.  A black aluminum bezel with a tachymeter complements the stainless steel model, while the Moonshine gold boasts a sleek ceramic bezel.

The dial has a silvery-white base with three black subdials in a retro “snail” design (inspired by 1940s Omegas) for chronograph functions. Outer timing scales in dark gray offer tachymeter, pulsometer, and telemeter functions. Black leaf hands and Arabic numerals are in black or Moonshine gold.

The powerhouse Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 9908/9909 keeps it all running. This METAS-certified manual wind movement guarantees top-notch precision and resists magnetism with 60-hour power reserve.

The stainless steel model comes with a matching bracelet or sporty leather strap, while the Moonshine gold boasts a luxurious leather strap. Prices start at $9,500 (steel with leather) and go up to $51,400 (gold with bracelet).