OMEGA watches are renowned for their innovative watchmaking. Founded in 1848 and boasting many award-winning timepieces, as well as their infamous Master Chronometer certification, discover the world of OMEGA at Beaverbrooks.

OMEGA Seamaster Watches

Seamlessly blending style and functionality, the Seamaster collection offers luxury diving watches with unprecedented durability and performance.

Shop OMEGA Seamaster watches from £3,100 or £86.12 per month*

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OMEGA Speedmaster Watches

From endeavours to the moon to journeys on the racetrack, Speedmaster watches showcase remarkable features to capture every second.

Shop OMEGA Speedmaster watches from £5,300 or £147.23 per month*

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OMEGA De Ville Watches

The epitome of classic elegance, De Ville timepieces combine a refined aesthetic with signature, impeccable movements.

Shop OMEGA De Ville watches from £2,800 or £77.78 per month*

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OMEGA Constellation

Delicate design and beautiful features grace each Constellation watch, with out-of-this-world accuracy and performance.

Shop OMEGA Constellation watches from £3,000 or £83.34 per month*

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OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 42mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer Automatic Men's Watch
Seamaster Diver 300M 42mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer Automatic Men's Watch

Seamaster Diver 300M 42mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer Automatic Men's Watch

  • £5,600
OMEGA Planet Ocean

OMEGA Planet Ocean

A tribute to OMEGA’s dive watch heritage, each Planet Ocean watch has been designed to keep pace with even the most challenging aquatic adventures.

OMEGA Moonwatch

OMEGA Moonwatch

Inspired by the 4th generation Speedmaster style worn on the moon, the OMEGA Moonwatch is one of the word’s most iconic watches.

OMEGA Seamaster



Designed in the spirit of romance and adventure, the rich maritime heritage of OMEGA Seamaster watches makes them an irresistible addition to any luxury watch lover's collection.

Why Choose Beaverbrooks?

We’re here to give you all the help you need to find the OMEGA watch that’s the one for you. With a range of OMEGA watches to choose from, find the collection and the luxury watch of your dreams at Beaverbrooks.

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We also have three dedicated OMEGA boutiques. Find your nearest location and book an appointment with one of our OMEGA experts to find your perfect timepiece.

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Experts in luxury watches

"OMEGA was established as, and continues to be, one of the most ground-breaking luxury Swiss watch brands. With a Master Chronometer certification, accuracy and precision lies in the manufacture of every element of an OMEGA watch. Revolutionary watchmaking is exemplified in every OMEGA timepiece."

Bruce, Head of Luxury Brands.

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We understand that you may not know where to start when buying an OMEGA watch and you may have lots of questions on what to look for. If you need a little extra help or advise and can’t get into store, call us on 0800 169 2329, talk to us via live chat or send us an email using our online form.

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A Guide To Buying An OMEGA

A Guide To Buying An OMEGA

From pioneering space exploration to unrivalled sports timekeeping and silver screen appearances, this guide takes you through each of the iconic OMEGA collections.

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NEW | OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition

NEW | OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition

Celebrating 60 years of James Bond, this new OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m is a tribute to 007’s first ever OMEGA watch.

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OMEGA Watches

Find the perfect OMEGA watch with Beaverbrooks today

Finding your dream OMEGA watch can be hard when there are so many iconic collections, but we’re on hand to give you all the advice and information you need to find one that’s right for you.

Meet OMEGA's Brand Ambassadors

Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig

Since 1995, James Bond has worn OMEGA Seamaster’s in every film. With limited-edition timepieces created along the way in collaboration with 007 actor and brand ambassador, Daniel Craig, the latest timepieces celebrated the secret spy’s legacy of over 60 years. Taking inspiration from the first Seamaster worn in GoldenEye, it’s a very special tribute.

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George Clooney

George Clooney

A partnership which has spanned over two decades, George Clooney has always been a fan of OMEGA watches making him the perfect brand ambassador. Spotted in multiple timepieces from the iconic collections, he’s known to love the Speedmaster ’57 and AquaTerra which he’s seen wearing in the film ‘Ticket to Paradise’.

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Zoe Kravitz
Zoe Kravitz

Joining the OMEGA brand in 2022, Zoe Kravitz has been in hit movies such as ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and ‘The Batman’ as catwomen. Now she’s the hit star in OMEGA’s new brand campaign ‘Every Shade of You’, celebrating individual looks through your own choice of dial colour. You can discover all the colours of the Aqua Terra Shades collection in your nearest OMEGA Boutique.

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Why Choose An OMEGA Watch?

OMEGA craft timepieces with traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-industry materials. They innovatively blend ceramics, silicon and new alloys with precious metals to create answers to problems. For example, in 2008, OMEGA began putting silicon in all watches because it can’t be magnetised.

OMEGA watches are among the most precise in the world and set more precision records than any other watch brands.

OMEGA watches are the true definition of Swiss made. Every OMEGA watch is crafted in Switzerland.

If an OMEGA watch is good enough for James Bond… Ever since GoldenEye in 1995, the world’s most famous secret agent has had one piece of equipment he can always rely on; an OMEGA Seamaster.

OMEGA are the only brand to partake in an extra quality standard, going well beyond the COSC certification. The Master Chronometer certification, established by METAS (Federal Institute of Metrology) and OMEGA, proves levels of precision, performance and anti-magnetic resistance like never before.


Each OMEGA collection tells a different story with particular features and functions. Our guide to buying an OMEGA watch talks you through each of the collections and what we love most about them to help you find an OMEGA watch to treasure. Exploring OMEGA collections should start with you considering what you’re looking for in a timepiece. OMEGA offers a range of watches for different purposes, so if you’re looking for a diving watch, a watch for motorsport, or a classic model for everyday that offers outstanding performance, there’s an OMEGA watch for you. Reading about key characteristics and functions of each timepiece is a good place to start.

We offer up to 4 years interest free credit on OMEGA watches. Pay £0 deposit on your OMEGA watch today and spread the cost interest free. Can you buy OMEGA watches online? Yes, OMEGA watches can be bought via our website. Although, some OMEGA models may be exclusively limited to buying online or in-store.

OMEGA watches vary in price, based on materials and functions, but OMEGA watches start from £2,700 or £56.25 per month with interest free credit. The price of an OMEGA watch will be displayed underneath its title when browsing on the Beaverbrooks website.

Why are OMEGA watches so expensive? OMEGA watches have a higher price point because of the high quality materials used and the intricate crafting of their mechanisms. OMEGA watches go through lengthy and specialist development and testing stages, so are more expensive because of this.

OMEGA have been a leading Swiss watch brand for centuries due to the quality of their products. Manufacturing timepieces used for professional purposes, it’s vital that OMEGA watches have exceptional levels of precision and reliability. OMEGA watches are not only COSC certified, but also have the Master Chronometer certification, established by METAS (Federal Institute of Metrology). This means that your OMEGA watch is crafted to function outstandingly, and goes above and beyond in terms of its movements. OMEGA watches are made to withstand the most testing environments, and go through lengthy manufacture and testing processes with the highest quality materials. They are timepieces that will last a very long time, so are a good investment.

Do OMEGA watches increase in value? This depends on the model, popularity, and edition of your OMEGA watch. For example, a highly sought after, limited edition OMEGA timepiece will undoubtedly increase in value. Do OMEGA watches hold their value? For other OMEGA watches, the likelihood of it holding its value is very high. OMEGA Is perceived as a luxury, high-performing watch brand. OMEGA’s association with sports, timeless design, and James Bond means that an OMEGA watch will continue to be legendary for years to come.

When looked after properly, your OMEGA watch will last a lifetime and beyond. As a luxury Swiss watch brand, OMEGA produce watches among the finest quality in the world. Not only are OMEGA watches COSC certified, but they also have a Master Chronometer certification, established by METAS (Federal Institute of Metrology). This means that your OMEGA watch is built to be extremely durable and long lasting.

How often should an OMEGA watch be serviced? OMEGA recommends that your watch is serviced every 5 to 8 years to make sure that your watch is in perfect working order. Bring your OMEGA into your nearest Beaverbrooks store and our expert advisors can help.

The water resistance of your OMEGA watch depends on your specific model. OMEGA Seamaster watches, for example, have a higher water resistance, as they’re made for diving and water sports. The water resistance of an OMEGA watch is measured in metres or bars and alludes to how much water pressure your watch can endure at the said depth.

To what depth are OMEGA watches waterproof? Different OMEGA watches will have different levels of water resistance, which can be found in your watch description. Some OMEGA Seamaster watches feature a water resistance of up to an outstanding 6,000m.

However, to maintain your OMEGA watch’s water resistance, OMEGA recommend that you regularly get your watch serviced every five to eight years, and undergo a water resistance test every year. If you have any doubts about the water resistance of your watch, call into your nearest Beaverbrooks store and one of our experts will be happy to help.

The majority, but not all mechanical OMEGA watches are automatic. Many OMEGA watches are mechanical, which means they feature a mechanical movement and winding feature. Do OMEGA watches need to be wound? An automatic OMEGA watch is made up of a self-winding mechanical movement, meaning that it will self-wind due to the wearer’s general wrist movement. However, if there isn’t enough movement, the power reserve will begin to drain and cause the watch to stop. If this happens, you can wind your OMEGA watch by the crown.

On the contrary, if your OMEGA watch is manual, it needs to be wound by the crown daily. Many OMEGA watches are automatic, this will be stated on the description of the watch. Winding is complete when you feel the crown resisting. Be careful not to overwind as this will damage the mechanism.

Can you over-wind an OMEGA watch? Winding is complete when you feel the crown resisting. Be careful not to overwind as this will damage the mechanism.

Quartz watches are operated by a battery movement. The movement of a quartz watch is powered by the battery, which is driven and regulated by a quartz crystal and an electronic oscillator. Some, but not all OMEGA watches possess a quartz movement, meaning that yes, there are some OMEGA watches that are battery operated.

Your OMEGA watch will tick if it is operated by a quartz movement. If your OMEGA watch is a mechanical one, the second hand should glide fluidly around the dial. A watch’s ticking noise is made by a quartz, battery operated movement, in which the second hand jumps from second to second around the dial. The second hand on a mechanical OMEGA watch should move in a steady motion, and not stutter or tick.

OMEGA watches are Swiss made, meaning they’re among the most accurate watches in the world. With many different impressive movements, you can choose from COSC-certified (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute) watches or take it one step further with Master Chronometer watches. After rigorous COSC testing, the Master Chronometer watches undergo a further 8 stringent METAS tests to earn its Master Chronometer status. This level of precision is unprecedented, so your OMEGA watch is guaranteed to be one of the most accurate that the industry has to offer. For the most accurate movement, a quartz movement is one you can always rely on with a battery-operated movement.

The OMEGA Seamaster collection has been loved by James Bond since 1957, but the super spy’s most recent must-have in ‘No Time To Die’ is the OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition. Built from titanium, it’s designed for the most action-packed situations. If there’s any watch that can keep up with daring situations, challenging environments, and capture the bold, yet classic design of a spy watch, it’s an OMEGA Seamaster. A timepiece that doubles as the ultimate spy tool, and looks as sleek on screen as it does in the flesh, discover more about the OMEGA watch here.

Used to measure both speed and distance, the tachymeter scale can be found on the bezel of OMEGA Speedmaster watches. Here’s how to use it:

  • Start the chronograph on your OMEGA watch by pressing the top pusher in when you pass the first marker.
  • Press the pusher on your OMEGA watch again when you pass the second mile marker.
  • See where the second hand has stopped on the dial of your OMEGA watch and read the value on the bezel's tachymeter scale. This number represents how fast you were travelling.

We recommend getting your OMEGA watch adjusted by a watch expert to avoid any damages. Book an appointment with one of our professional advisors who will be able to resize your metal bracelet free of charge for OMEGA watches purchased with Beaverbrooks. It is important to get your watch adjusted properly, as wearing a watch that is too big or small could potentially damage or lead to the loss of your OMEGA watch. We offer many services in-store for your OMEGA watch, including maintenance and servicing, so for any professional care, cleaning, or advice, visit your local Beaverbrooks store.

The number on your OMEGA watch is the watch’s model number and provides information about the model, material, dial, and movement. This number will have been engraved during the production of your OMEGA watch, and specific numbers on the dial reference certain details about the manufacture of your timepiece. If you’re ever unsure about your OMEGA watch, run a cross-reference search on your watch’s reference number. Or, our friendly experts at your local Beaverbrooks OMEGA stockist or boutique will be able to assure you about your watch’s details. You can find your OMEGA reference number in the papers that came with your watch, warranty card, or on the watch case back.

All OMEGA gold watches are crafted in 18ct Sedna solid gold. Being a leading Swiss luxury watch manufacturer, OMEGA do not compromise the use and quality of their materials. When buying an OMEGA watch, you can rest assured that only the very best components are being incorporated. The price point of your OMEGA watch is higher because of this. Durable and expensive materials are used to minimise the possibility of faults and damages, and ensure that your OMEGA watch lasts as long as possible. This extinguishes the risk of gold-plating wearing off or eroding through wear of your OMEGA timepiece over time.