Omega Olympic Watch Collections
Time Zone has pictures of the latest Olympic watches from Omega. Omega was the first watch company ever appointed Official Timekeeper for all Olympic disciplines and they have been appointed to cover the Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games. The Olympic Timeless Collection celebrates the Olympic Games in general and each one has the red Omega name and symbol found on the original 1932 chronographs. Several of the watches feature five interlocking colored Olympic rings which act as the counterweight of the central seconds hand. The watch shown here is the Omega De Ville Co-Axial Chronograph Ladies which has a diamond-set bezel and mother-of-pearl dial with Arabic numerals in the official colors of the Olympic Games. There is also another limited edition set, the Omega Torino 2006 Collection, a series of three Limited Edition chronographs. This set includes the Speedmaster Broad Arrow Co-Axial Rattrapante , a set of 26 pieces, the Seamaster Aqua Terra Column-Wheel Chronograph, an edition of 206 pieces and the Speedmaster Automatic, an edition of 2,006 pieces. Each of these watches has Torino 2006 on the dial in blue.