Omega Specialty collection highlights some of the most notable, limited edition Omega watches that celebrate ingenuity, resilience, and exquisite craftsmanship.

Olympic Collection Sochi 2014

Olympic Collection Sochi 2014 was created to celebrate Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The collection was launched a year ahead (in 2013) and features three stunning timepieces.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Sochi 2014” Limited Edition

This stunning diver watch pay tribute to the flag colors of Russian Federation. The matt black, ceramic bezel is decorated with lacquered blue and red markers for 1-5 minute interval and 6-10. The 45.5 mm stainless steel case features a black dial with luminous index markers, elapsed time bezel, and helium escape valve at 10 o’clock. A screw-in caseback of the watch is engraved with the Sochi 2014 Olympic logo and “Si14”. This limited edition timepiece is also stamped with a unique identifier number.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 37.5 mm “Sochi 2014” Limited Edition

This ladies’ Seamaster celebrates femininity while maintaining the professional divers’ watch features. This timepiece features a 37.5 mm stainless steel case, with a white, ceramic bezel, a helium escape valve, a white dial with luminous index markers and Arabic numerals at 6, 9, and 12. The screw-in case back is embossed with a Sochi 2014 logo, a “Si14” as well as a limited edition number.

Omega Sochi Petrograd

Omega Sochi Petrograd was inspired by the Omega Museum Collection to celebrate the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. This dress watch features a “tonneau” 18 kt yellow gold case, the dial incorporate the red, white, and blue colors of the Russian flag. This stunning piece is engraved with “Si14” and embossed with the Sochi 2014 logo.

This is an extremely rare watch since Omega only produced 100 pieces and will undoubtedly become one of the highly coveted Olympic timepieces.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Olympic Collection

The London 2012 Olympic Games marked a very special time in Omega company history. The event marks the 80th anniversary of the first time Omega was invited to be an Olympic Timekeeper and 25th time overall. To commemorate this special occasion, Omega released two limited edition Seamaster Aqua Terra watches.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Chronograph “London 2012”

Seamaster Aqua Terra Chronograph “London 2012” is available in two options: a two-tone, stainless steel and 18 kt rose gold with a leather bracelet and a stainless steel version on a matching stainless steel bracelet. The watch features a distinctive Aqua Terra dial, three sub-dial design, a state of the art chronograph, date, and luminous hands and markers. The timepiece is stamped with the London 2012 Olympic logo on the case back.

Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial “London 2012” Limited Edition

This Omega timepiece stands as a bridge in time between the last Olympic Games that were hosted in London in 1948 and the present. Vintage look and feel of this watch is skillfully combined with a state of the art movement. The timepiece features a 39 mm, stainless steel case, seconds sub-dial, white gold index markers and hands, and an 18 kt white gold, vintage Omega logo at 12 o’clock. An 18 kt yellow gold medallion with London 2012 Olympic logo completes the ensemble on the caseback.

Museum Collection

The Museum Collection celebrates the most remarkable Omega watches by combining vintage style with modern technology.

Museum Collection N° 8 Racend Timer

Racend Timer is one of Omega’s most notable sport watches. The original Racend Timer was produced in 1949. The timepiece combined a timer and a photofinsh camera. The modern recreation of this distinguished classic features a caliber 3201 co-axial, COSC certified movement and 18 kt rose gold case, hands and markers. There were approximately 1949 Racend Timer watches produced.

Museum Collection N° 9

Museum Collection N° 9 is a modern take on the Omega Milestone that was launched in 1941. This timepiece features a COSC certified, caliber 3203 manual movement, 38 mm white gold case, and a black dial. There were only 1941 watches released.

Museum Collection N° 10

Collection N° 10 is also known as “MD’s Watch” and takes its name from Latin for “doctor of medicine” this watch was produced in 1930’s and appealed to medical professionals. This watch features caliber 3203 manual-winding movement, 39mm 18 kt yellow gold case and buckle.

Olympic Pocket Watch

Olympic Pocket Watch is a modern version of the 1932 pocket chronograph that was used to time 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Recently a box of 1932 movement kits was found at Omega headquarters in Biel. Master watchmakers at Omega made it a point to recreate this historic chronograph. Only 300 watches were made: 100 in white gold, 100 in yellow gold, and 100 in rose gold.

Olympic Collection Timeless

Each watch in the Olympic Collection has a special connection to an Olympic event. Omega decided to commemorate and celebrate this connection by producing a few limited edition watches.

Specialty Seamaster watches are among some of the most incredible, rare, and beautifully crafted horological instruments. Many of the pieces presented above are highly collectable and will retain their value well throughout the years.