Omega

From start to finish, the process of creating a new Omega timepiece is cumbersome. Concepts are first presented to the board for analysis. Those concepts that pass the board’s approval then progress to a 3D computer model. Once the prototype is finished, the watch is cast and then put through extensive testing procedures. No Omega timepiece leaves the factory until it has undergone rigorous and extensive testing. Each new model is tested on the wrist as well as in the lab for temperature, shock and vibration resistance. These testing methods challenge the stability of the bracelet, dial, hands, case and internal movement. Only those that survive the testing process make their way onto the wrists of the public.

Since 1885, Omega has been producing some of the world’s finest timepieces and more than a century later, Omega is still a top pick among men and women.