Omega has been the “official timekeeper” of the Olympic games since the 1932 Games of the X Olympiad in Los Angeles, for which they provided 30 stunning stopwatches. As many watch aficionados know, since the 1950s they have also commemorated the Olympics with special, limited edition watches that are much sought after by collectors. Beginning with an 18K gold Seamaster created for the 1956 Melbourne games, and continuing to this day, Omega has celebrated Olympic excellence with a series of commemorative timepieces that combine award-winning design with technological innovation.
Get to know Omega’s most recent commemorative Olympic watches, and get in the game.
Seamaster Diver 300M “Beijing 2022” Special Edition
Olympic Games “Tokyo 2020” Collection
For the Tokyo Collection, the master watchmakers at Omega introduced three limited edition Seamaster timepieces—a Diver 300M, Aqua Terra 150M and Planet Ocean 600M. The Diver 300M has a stainless steel case mounted with a blue ceramic bezel and a polished white ceramic dial with laser-engraved waves. The stainless steel Aqua Terra was designed for exemplary performance on both land and sea, with a polished blue ceramic dial with a laser-engraved pattern inspired by the Tokyo Games emblem as well as rhodium-plated hands and indexes. The Planet Ocean is a tribute to Tokyo with a true Japanese touch, featuring a polished white ceramic dial embellished with a red-tipped lollipop central seconds hand. The caseback sapphire crystal includes a transferred Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games emblem.
Olympic Games “Pyeongchang 2018” Collection
Olympic Games “Rio 2016” Collection
The master watchmakers at Omega created three timepieces in tribute to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Fun fact, Scott attended the 2016 Olympic Games!). The Seamaster Diver 300M Rio 2016 is sporty and elegant, inspired by the musical rhythm of Rio de Janeiro. It features a stainless steel case, and a wave-pattern dial inspired by the iconic Copacabana sidewalk mosaic. The polished black ceramic bezel ring has lacquered numerals in blue, yellow, green and red, representing the five colors of the Olympic rings. The Seamaster Bullhead Rio 2016 is highlighted by a blue leather strap with multi-colored stitching in yellow, green, red and black. This color scheme continues on the rotating inner-bezel, signifying unity. The Speedmaster Mark II Rio 2016 is a chronograph with three sub-dials decorated with a bronze ring, an 18K yellow gold ring and a 925 silver ring. It features a steel case and bracelet, and a matt black dial.
Celebrate the Olympic Games with a triumphant special edition commemorative watch from Feldmar.