13 Feb 2010

Omega Olympic Collection Vancouver 2010 Men’s Watch model #


This Seamaster 300M limited edition watch will be keeping score at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  As Official Timekeepers of the games 220 timekeeping professionals and engineers with the help of 290 locals, Omega will bring 250 tons of timekeeping equipment to Vancouver and Whistler.  The Omega Olympic Collection Vancouver 2010 Mens Watch model # with its water resistance will not be affected by low temperatures or wet snow.

Featuring a white lacquered dial surrounded by a red anodized bezel evoking the Canadian Flag, this self-winding chronometer employs all of the features one would expect from Omega.  It has a domed, scratch-resistant crystal with anti-reflective treatment inside for that glare that comes off of the peaks.  The hands and indexes are coated with Super-LumiNova for high visibility.

It’s steel case houses a co-axial escapement movement with a rhodium plated finish and a power reserve of 48 hours.  The back of the watch displays the logo of the winter games Vancouver, the year 2010 and the Olympic rings indicating it is a limited edition as well.  The second hand displays the Olympic circles on the counterweight.

Ilanaak was the chosen logo, it represents a figure composed of piled rocks which was used by the Canadian First Nations people to greet foreigners and it translates to mean friend.

The legacy continues, since 1932 when the Olympic Games were in Los Angeles Omega became a trusted name is timekeeping for every event, for every athlete.  History shows that for the 24th time you can rely on your Omega watch, to a fraction of a second. Caliber: Omega 2500

2 Responses to Omega Olympic Collection Vancouver 2010 Men’s Watch model #
  1. Wow! You really covered this topic well. Are there other resources that I should check out?

    • Thank you Burt, check out the Omega website for more information or stayed tuned as I will continue to bring you Omega reviews.

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