The luxury watch brand, which is the official timekeeper of the games, this month will launch three special edition watches to celebrate the occasion

Omega has been part of 29 editions of the modern Olympic games since 1932 as the Official Timekeeper. And this month’s Tokyo Olympics is no different. The luxury watchmaker will be present in the Japanese capital with 400 tonnes of equipment to keep time and measure the performance of each of the nearly 11,500 athletes who will participate across over 339 events in 33 sports spread over 50 disciplines. From motion sensor tags on runners that will provide live speed, acceleration, deceleration, and distance, and image tracking cameras that will record similar information at the swimming competition to the pioneering Pose Detection system that will be used in the adjudication of gymnastics, Omega will employ the most modern technologies that exist currently at the games. The luxury brand is also launching three special edition watches to celebrate its participation at the 32nd Olympiad.


The 42mm case is in steel, and mounted with a blue ceramic bezel ring filled with a white enamel diving scale. The steel polished-brushed bracelet is seamlessly integrated with the case. Comes with a polished white ceramic dial featuring laser-engraved waves. The date window is at 6 o’clock, and the Seamaster name is highlighted in red. Blued hands and indexes complete the design. Behind the sapphire crystal on the caseback, with its transferred Tokyo 2020 emblem, is the Omega CoAxial Master Chronometer Calibre 8800.


The 39.5mm case of this watch is in steel, with a white ceramic bezel ring featuring a diving scale in Omega Liquidmetal. As a tribute to Tokyo 2020, the number 20 on the bezel is filled with red liquid ceramic. The polished white ceramic dial continues the Tokyo theme with a special lollipop central seconds hand, its tip crafted with a varnished red dot representing the Japanese flag. Also limited to just 2,020 models, this timepiece is driven by the OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre 8800. The sapphire crystal case back features the transferred Tokyo 2020 emblem. Comes with a white leather strap. An additional stainless steel bracelet and a NATO strap is also included in the presentation box.


This watch will feature the collection’s first ceramic dial, crafted with a polished blue finish and a laser-engraved Tokyo 2020 emblem. It’s symmetrical 41mm case is made from steel, and includes a sapphire crystal case back with a transferred Tokyo 2020 emblem. Limited to 2,020 pieces, the watch comes with a blue rubber strap and an additional stainless steel bracelet in the special presentation box. Powered by the Omega Master Chronometer Calibre 8900.