5 Iconic Omega Watches

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5 Iconic Omega Watches

Postby koimaster » June 20th 2018, 11:15am

From the “Fratello Friday” archives, we present this post focusing on five iconic Omega watches. Of course, many models from this brand could be considered iconic, but for the purposes of this list, I narrowed it down to five Omega watches that I consider most important to the brand or to the world of watches in general.

1. Omega Speedmaster Professional

I can’t think of an Omega watch that better fits the definition of an icon than the so-called “Moonwatch.” There are so many variations of it that we cover it weekly on Fratellowatches.com with our “Speedy Tuesday” posts. In the end, it doesn’t really matter which Speedmaster Professional you own, have on your wish list or are about to purchase: they are all great, classical timepieces, starting with the very first one in 1957 to the modern models; a piece of history on the wrist, so to speak. If you want to learn more about this model and its variations.

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Re: 5 Iconic Omega Watches

Postby Thunder1 » June 20th 2018, 3:17pm

Damn, my De Villes nearly made this list...oh, well.
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