WristReview’s Top 5 Watches From Omega

By Jovan Krstevski

Omega has always been one of our favorite watchmakers and for good reason, they are innovative and they make amazing watches. Below are the 5 best watches from Omega.

5. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M

This collection pays homage to Omega’s ocean heritage since 2005. It made lots of improvements to the watches already and as Seamaster Planet Ocean Collection there are chronometer chronographs in the roster of choices. The new Planet Ocean 600M represents the brand’s watchmaking excellence with Master Chronometer certification and of course new designs. The materials used are superb for high-quality stainless steel, Sedna gold, and titanium. Ceramics are used for the bezels and dials finished with trademarked Liquidmetal or Ceragold coating. The movements powering the watches include calibres 9900 / 9901, 8906, 8800 / 8801, 8900 / 8901 all carrying METAS certification.

4. Omega Seamaster Diver 300M

This underwater icon is ready for any adventure at any depth as long as you can dive as deep as 300 meters. The collection has 13 models with distinctive features such as a lacquered blue or black dial with white skeletonized central hour and minute hands and a red central chronograph hand as well as red hands on the 30-minute recorder at 3 o’clock and 12-hour recorder at 6 o’clock. The powerful Co-Axial calibre 3330 powers the watches. The cases used are made of stainless steel finished with a full four-year warranty not to mention that these watches complements any dress or wetsuit.

3. Omega Globemaster


This collection includes 11 models, all beautiful dressy watches. Being the world’s first Master Chronometer, the Globemaster has set new standards in the industry. The Globemaster houses the brand’s most advanced mechanical movement with a design inspired by the early Constellation models. There’s also the 350 piece-Limited Edition Globemaster with a platinum case featuring a sand-blasted Pt950 “Pie Pan” dial with unique white gold indexes and hands filled with blue enamel. All watches come with METAS certification.

2. Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial

This iconic watch first appeared in 1957 specifically for professional divers. Now the collection includes watches that can both dive and enjoy land. The Seamaster 300 is reintroduced in a completely upgraded and improved design. Its distinguishing features include symmetrical case and lugs as well as a dark dial with lighter indexes and big hands and numbers that makes reading easier in all lighting conditions. The Seamaster 300 also carries the brand’s latest innovations such as Liquidmetal, 18K Ceragold, 18K Sedna gold, and an extendable bracelet. Powering the watch is a certified fully anti-magnetic Master Co-Axial mechanical movement.

 1. Omega Speedmaster Professional

To say that this watch is a space watch is just so limited since it carries with itself amazing innovations and technology that allows it to survive the harsh land conditions even that of space. Buzz Aldrin used the Speedmaster Professional when he stepped in the moon in 1969 thus giving the chronograph its Moonwatch label. This 42mm steel chronograph features a black dial and tachymeter scale with indexes and central hour and minute hands coated in Super-LumiNova for easier reading. It’s powered by the calibre 321 that has seen many innovations leading to 861, 1861, and the more embellished 1863, all hand-wound and virtually the same as the movement that was used on the moon. The Speedmaster collection comes also with self-winding movement in many different versions.

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