|Case Size||44 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||150|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||3 years|
|Stock Status||Buy Now|
Omega Specialities Olympic Collection
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Omega and the Olympics
In 1932, Omega began its journey as the official timekeeper at the Los Angeles Olympics. It supplied 30 high precision chronographs all of which were certified chronometers by the Neuchâtel Observatory and the National Physics Laboratory, US and were slated to have 1%th of a second per day. Official results were recorded at 1/5th and 1/10th of a second.
Make and Design
The Omega 22.214.171.124.02.001 is a part of Omega’s Olympic Collection and has the look of a bold workhorse. This stainless steel watch has a 44 mm case round case, smooth bezel and complementing steel bracelets. Its dial is silvery white with Arabic numerals. Being an Omega Seamaster, its dial bears the Teak concept design resembling the wooden decks on sailboats. The watch features three sub-dials that are a 30 minute, a 12 hour and a split second recorder. The dial has a date aperture and is protected by anti-reflective scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Furthermore, the watch can be easily identified as part of the Olympic collection, thanks to the fine Olympic rings designed at the end of the second hand.
The precision with which the watch measures time is unquestionable and it can be attributed to the Omega 3313 caliber within. This self-winding watch has a Co-Axial Escapement that gives its movement unparalleled precision and constancy even when countered by external shocks and changing magnetic fields. The watch has two pushers that control its chronograph functions besides a great power reserve of 52 hours.
It was not 1932, when Omega showcased its prowess in timing sports events. It actually started in 1909 when Omega chronographs were used as the timekeeper at the renowned Gordon Bennett Cup, an event held in the beautiful city of Zurich, Switzerland that involved 73 hot-air balloons and an airship.
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