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A young 23-year-old Louis Brandt established a small watchmaking workshop in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, in 1848. Louis was passionate about his craft. He would assemble pocket watches from parts from local craftsmen. He would then sell his creations to countries like Italy and Scandinavia through his main market, England.
Louis-Paul and Cesar -Louis’ sons took over the business after Louis” death in 1879. Louis-Paul and Cesar were also passionate about watchmaking, and they continued to innovate and grow the family business. In 1894, the two men developed a system with a production control system that allowed them to interchange parts with each other. These watches were sold under the Omega label through La Generale Watch Co. Years later, in 1903, Omega broke off with La Generale Watch Co. and officially established Omega Watch Co.
Unfortunately, the same year Omega was officially established, Louis-Paul and Cesar Brandt both died. Paul-Emile Brandt – only 24 years old – took over the family business. Paul-Emile proved to be a great asset to the company as it catapulted the company to be one of the greatest watch manufacturers globally.
Today, Omega prides itself on innovation while maintaining its classic design – circular with leather straps – and top-notch quality.
- Omega collaborated with another watch company Audemars Piguet and created the world’s first minute-repeating wristwatch in 1892. The watch is made of 18-karat gold which is on display at the Omega Museum in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.
- The world’s first tourbillon movement was created by Omega in 1947.
- Omega developed a movement that incorporates a coaxial escapement called the Calibre 2500. The coaxial escapement reduces the friction between parts and has better accuracy in timekeeping.
- In January 2013, Omega created a movement that is resistant to magnetic fields of more than 15,000 Gauss.
Notable Omega Watch Models
Omega is one of the best watchmakers in the world and has been for the past century. Below are some of the notable Omega models:
- De Ville
- Special Speedmaster