Visit CH Premier Jewelers in Santa Clara, CA, between July 23rd and August 5th, 2016, to see the limited-time Omega Olympic Games Historical Exhibition. The Olympic Games are the pinnacle of international sporting competitions, attracting athletes and spectators from over 200 countries. This August, the Olympic Summer Games will be held in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Swiss watch OMEGA Olympic replica watches UK will return for the 27th time as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games.
Since 1932, Omega’s timekeeping professionals delivered flawless timing to the world’s finest competitors for nearly all the Games. Omega has continued to innovate and revolutionize timekeeping technology, developing smarter, more precise technology with each event.
Omega has made significant advances from the thirty split-second chronograph stopwatches of the ’30s. Omega will be taking 450 tons of equipment to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
To celebrate Omega’s proud history as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games, and in preparation for Rio 2016, CH Premier Jewelers and Omega invite you to view the evolution of timekeeping technology. The exhibition will feature vintage timepieces and timekeeping instruments from the Omega Museum.
This chrome-plated timer is mounted on display at the Omega Museum and was used in the 1953 games in events such as athletics, swimming, cycling, skiing, speed skating, bobsleigh, rowing, and canoeing. It could time to 1/10th of a second.
A model manufactured especially for the XVIth Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia, to celebrate 25 years of uninterrupted timekeeping at the Olympic Games since 1932. The Omega cheap fake watches have an enamel dial, gold dauphine hands and large gold applied indexes. It also has prominent “dog leg” lugs on the case and the caseback is engraved with the Olympic Cross of Merit.
Worn on the shoulder, this chrome-plated timer was created with a red protection box that prevents an accidental stopping of the timer. This model was used among others at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico. It could time to 1/10th of a second in sports including athletics, swimming, skiing, cross country skiing, water-skiing, bobsleigh, artistic skating, speed skating, cycling, horse racing, rowing, and canoeing.