Omega is one of the greatest names in watchmaking, famous for walking on the moon, keeping time at the Olympics and for gracing the wrist of 007. They’ve been making some of the most robust, accurate and elegant timepieces on the market since 1848. Find out more about the many sides of Omega at Time+Tide.

VIDEO: The latest Omega Trésor is the perfect dressed-down dress watch

You might have missed the slick new updates to Omega's dressy Trésor line amidst the cavalcade of Speedmaster and Seamaster releases this year but, trust me, they're worth closer inspection. For one thing, steel joins the family this year, across a few versions. Of particular note is this gorgeous bleu number. Not only is the 40mm steel case an exercise in classic, everyday style of the old school variety, with a slender case and truly top-notch mechanical movement, but the dial is something else. For starters, the thin, long hands and hour markers are timeless. And then there's the dial itself. It's domed, which adds complexity and depth, and then there's the pattern, a printed cross-hatched pattern that brings to mind the 'linen' dials of yore. And while it's fair to say that the Trésor will never be the main arrow in Omega's quiver — the Speedmaster and Seamaster families are far too strong for that — it's an excellent, impressive take on a classic genre, and certainly one worth considering if a flexible dress watch is in your future.  Omega De Ville Trésor 40mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer price Omega De Ville Trésor 40mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer, steel on leather, $9250… Read More

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HANDS-ON: Omega hit another home run with the Seamaster Diver 300M Chronograph

We knew it was coming. To paraphrase former PM Paul Keating, this is the upgrade we had to have. The Omega Seamaster Diver 300M Chronograph. But before we dive into (sorry, can't help it) what makes this watch special, a quick update for those not up to date with the news from Biel. Last year, at what would be their last Baselworld, Omega announced a major upgrade to the (genuinely) iconic Seamaster Diver 300M, AKA the James Bond watch, with an evolved, refined case, a new dial and a host of other crowd-pleasing bells and whistles. For me this watch was one of 2018's standouts, and we knew it was just the beginning.  We were right. Earlier this year, much ink was shed extolling the virtues of Omega's Apollo 11 anniversary pieces, and rightfully so. Alongside these limited edition Speedmasters we were treated to a chrono of a different flavour – the mighty, and muchly anticipated Omega Seasmaster Diver 300M Chronograph. And the best part is that at Time to Move, where this watch was announced, we weren't drip-fed a single model but rather a full range, from precious metals to steel, with bi-metal in between. So, we were spoiled… Read More

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RECOMMENDED WATCHING: Queer Eye's Antoni Porowski can't live without his Omega Constellation 

If you're into feel-good positivity, then Netflix's reboot of Queer Eye is likely already on your radar. If it's not hard to get behind the premise of five (a fab five if you will) experts in their respective fields whipping into people's lives and making them better.  And of those experts, the guy in charge of food (and beverages for that matter) is Antoni Porowski, who aside from having strong opinions on the constituent ingredients of guacamole and a more than passing resemblance to a clean-living John Mayer, also has nice taste in watches. On the show he's regularly seen rocking an Omega DSOTM and it turns out that's not his only Omega.  For evidence, please see this video from GQ where Antoni runs through 10 things he can't live without — and, along with scented candles and Stan Smiths, turns out Antoni has a rather nice Omega Connie. Watch the whole thing here, and if you want to get straight to the watches it kicks off around 3:19. 

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VIDEO: The latest Omega Trésor is the perfect dressed-down dress watch

You might have missed the slick new updates to Omega's dressy Trésor line amidst the cavalcade of Speedmaster and Seamaster releases this year but, trust me, they're worth closer inspection. For one thing, steel joins the family this year, across a few versions. Of particular note is this gorgeous bleu number. Not only is the 40mm steel case an exercise in classic, everyday style of the old school variety, with a slender case and truly top-notch mechanical movement, but the dial is something else. For starters, the thin, long hands and hour markers are timeless. And then there's the dial itself. It's domed, which adds complexity and depth, and then there's the pattern, a printed cross-hatched pattern that brings to mind the 'linen' dials of yore. And while it's fair to say that the Trésor will never be the main arrow in Omega's quiver — the Speedmaster and Seamaster families are far too strong for that — it's an excellent, impressive take on a classic genre, and certainly one worth considering if a flexible dress watch is in your future.  Omega De Ville Trésor 40mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer price Omega De Ville Trésor 40mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer, steel on leather, $9250… Read More

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"I decided on this one after I saw Pierce Brosnan wear it" – Dimitrios' Omega Seamaster

The move to put an Omega on James Bond's wrist in GoldenEye stands as one of the greatest watch marketing moves in the history of watch marketing. Dimitrios was not the first, and certainly won't be the last person to buy into the brand because of the fictional super spy.  But even if it was Bond that pushed Dimitrios over the edge, the quality of the watch shouldn't be dismissed. If the SMP was less of a watch, I'm pretty sure that Dimitrios wouldn't be sitting in front of our camera, waxing lyrical about it. It's also a watch that's held up remarkably well over time (just like Brosnan TBH). It wears its age well, and can hold its own against the most recent generation of Seamaster 300M Divers.   So, Dimitrios, here's hoping you keep wearing it for another 25 years, and thanks for being a part of #everywatchtellsastory. Stay tuned for the next one.

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What Sealed The Deal – Travis Mahoney's Omega Speedmaster Mark II 'Rio 2016'

Omega Speedmaster Mark II ‘Rio 2016’

Representing your country at the Olympic Games is the dream of just about every kid who grows up doing a sport, especially Australian kids and swimming. The likes of Ian Thorpe, Grant Hackett and Michael Klim did wonders to boost the popularity of the sport in the Land Down Under, producing a fresh crop of talented young swimmers, including Travis Mahoney. Travis represented Australia at the Rio Olympics where he competed in the 400m Individual Medley, and commemorated his achievement with the acquisition of an Omega Speedmaster Mark II 'Rio 2016'. When did you first see/hear about it? I actually first heard about this watch from fellow Dolphins team member, dead-set legend and avid watch enthusiast Matt Abood. We had been hanging out at our last pre-competition camp in Brisbane before our journey to the Olympics began. Matt showed me a picture of the design and I immediately fell in love with the smooth brushed steel, unique classic design and obvious connection to the Olympics. Matt told me he was going to get his when he returned from Brazil. I was extremely jealous of Matt but I couldn't wait for him to get it so I could see it with… Read More

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RECOMMENDED READING: Breaking down the hype behind the Omega Aqua Terra Ultra Light

The headlines this week have been full of Omega's latest Aqua Terra, the very matt, very lightweight Omega Aqua Terra Ultra Light. The major selling point has been its light weight of 55 grams, a new alloy and its fancy new disappearing crown trick. It's made with golf in mind, but the potential is more than that. I was pretty excited by this release, until I caught wind of the price, which is just under $50K USD.  Now, sometime T+T writer Justin has written a punchy analysis of this piece (and whether it lives up to the hype and the sticker price) over at Watchuseek — well worth a read. When all is said and done, though, I can't wait to try it on.  Read the full story here. 

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