Omega Releases Sochi Winter Olympics Limited Watch

Omega Seahorse Series Ocean Universe 45.5mm ‘Sochi 2014’ Limited Edition Watch

男 This men’s watch features a frosted and polished 45.5mm stainless steel case, a stainless steel bracelet, and a matte black unidirectional rotating ceramic bezel with chrome nitride diving scale. The 1-5 minute scale on the bezel is covered with blue lacquer, and the 6-10 minute scale is covered with red lacquer. This particular design is inspired by the colors of the Russian Federation flag.

The watch is equipped with a screw-in frosted case back, embossed with the ‘Sochi 2014’ Olympic emblem, and engraved with ‘Si 14’ (silicon) and a limited edition number (eg 0001/2014) . The helium exhaust valve is at 10 o’clock. The Omega Seahorse Series Ocean Universe 45.5mm ‘Sochi 2014’ limited edition watch is equipped with the Omega 8500 coaxial movement, which defines the industry standard for mechanical movements in the 21st century. The Omega 8500 coaxial movement is equipped with the brand’s unique Si14 silicon balance spring. The coaxial escapement system and silicon balance spring are used together to make the watch more reliable. Omega therefore provides a four-year warranty for this watch. . This watch is water resistant to 60 bar / 600 meters / 2000 feet.

Omega Seahorse Series 37.5mm ‘Sochi 2014’ Limited Edition Watch

In 1932, Omega launched the world’s first professional diving watch-the Omega Marine watch. For more than 80 years, Omega has been synonymous with professional diving watches. At the same time, women who are adventurous have become loyal fans of the Hippocampus Ocean Universe Watch. The Omega Hippocampus Ocean Universe 37.5mm ‘Sochi 2014’ limited edition The watch is as solid and reliable as the 45.5mm men’s watch, and has the same excellent professional diving performance.

3This 37.5mm model is exclusively for women. The matte and polished stainless steel case is equipped with a white unidirectional rotating ceramic bezel with diving scale. Like the ‘Sochi 2014’ limited edition men’s watch, the 1-5 minute scale on this watch bezel is covered with blue lacquer, while the 6-10 minute scale is covered with red lacquer. The watch features a screw-in matte case back with an embossed ‘Sochi 2014’ Olympic emblem, engraved with ‘Si 14’ (silicon) and a limited edition number (such as 0001/2014) . The helium exhaust valve is at 10 o’clock.

小时 The hour markers and polished three-dimensional rhodium-plated hands on the white lacquered dial are coated with a white luminous coating, which emits blue light in low-light environments. The dot at 12 o’clock on the minute hand and the diving bezel glows green. This feature makes it easy to read the time with one glance when diving. The watch is equipped with a central hour, minute and second hands and a calendar window at 3 o’clock.

限量 The Omega Seamaster 37.5mm ‘Sochi 2014’ limited edition watch is equipped with the Omega 8520 coaxial movement, this movement is an important member of the family of Omega’s own coaxial movement. The Si14 silicon balance spring mounted in the movement has excellent anti-magnetic properties and can be largely resistant to vibration and external interference. This watch has stable and reliable quality and long-lasting outstanding time performance, and enjoys up to four years of after-sales service guarantee. Like every Marine Universe, this model is water resistant to 60 bar / 600 meters / 2000 feet.

米 Omega 2014 Sochi 膺 timing again

On February 7, 2014, the Sochi Winter Olympics grandly opened. Nine Omega countdown clocks across the Russian Federation also ended the countdown, recording the exciting moment of the opening, which also marked Omega as Sochi Winter 2014. The Olympic Games provides a designated timing service. This is the 26th time that Omega has won the designated timing for the Olympic Games since 1932. At the Winter Paralympic Games, which opened on March 7, 2014, Omega will also perform this important task.

In 1936, Omega served for the first time as the designated timekeeper for the Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. At that time, only one Omega timekeeper was used to time all the games, and 27 high-precision Omega chronographs were all his equipment. For more than 75 years, Omega has continued to enrich the brand’s innovation and sports timing tradition, and has developed and introduced many cutting-edge sports timing technologies.

At the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Omega’s strong lineup will once again attract the world’s attention: 260 on-site professional timekeepers, 170 trained volunteers, and 230 tons of equipment, including 30 public scoreboards and 90 event scoreboards, 78 kilometers of cables and optical fibers, and cutting-edge timing and data processing technology developed by Omega to meet the needs of various sports.