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Seamaster Olympic Games Collection / Omega


The Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection is five limited editions commemorating Omega’s 86 years as official Olympic timekeeper. The five watches — each limited to 2,032 pieces, a reference to the year 2032, in which Omega will mark 100 years as Official Olympic Timekeeper — represent the five colours of the legendary rings of the Olympic Games; straps and dial highlights are available in black, yellow, green, blue and red. The watches all have 39.5mm steel cases, with the watch’s limited edition number engraved on the side, and come mounted on micro-perforated, wrist-aerating leather straps. They will retail for $5,400 — via WatchTime

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