CoronaVirus Delivery Times
CoronaVirus (COVID-19) is causing a serious disruption to everyone. However, the Royal Mail and other couriers such as DHL that we use are considered essential workforce and service continues with little disruption. We are working in ones and twos to be able to process orders and send out watches.
Watches advertised as 'In Stock' with 'Next Working Day' delivery are in our own stock and will be dispatched to you on our next working day.
Watches that are advertised with a '4-8 Working Day' delivery time are in stock with one of our authorised dealers and will be delivered on time.
However, for all other watches, the advertised delivery time is an estimate as the watch will need to be ordered in from the manufacturer for you and we don't know the extent of the effect of the delays caused by the CoronaVirus.
Please keep safe!
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About Omega Watches
Omega watches discounted up to 20% - Swiss Watches Direct is a UK company specialising in the sale of new Omega watches since 2005. Top selling watches include the Seamaster 300 M 126.96.36.199.01.001 & 188.8.131.52.03.001, Speedmaster Moonwatch 3184.108.40.206.01.005 & 3220.127.116.11.01.006 and Seamaster Planet Ocean 600 M 18.104.22.168.01.002.
Omega was founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Originally the company assembled key-wound precision pocket watches from parts supplied by local craftsmen.
Following Louis Brandt's death in 1879, his two sons Louis-Paul and César, troubled by irregular deliveries of questionable quality, abandoned the unsatisfactory assembly workshop system in favour of in-house manufacturing and total production control.
In 1965, the Omega Speedmaster watch was chosen by NASA to be the first watch to be worn on the moon. On 21st July 1969, Neil Armstrong made his giant leap for mankind wearing the now legendary Omega Speedmaster watch.
In more recent years, Omega presented the world's first self-winding wristwatch with central tourbillon in 1994 and then the revolutionary co-axial escapement in 1999 (originally limited).
In 2007 Omega unveiled its new Calibres 8500 and 8501, two coaxial (25,200 bph) movements created exclusively from inception by Omega.
In 2013 Omega announced the creation of the world's first watch movement that is resistant to magnetic fields greater than 1.5 tesla (15,000 gauss), far exceeding the levels of magnetic resistance achieved by any previous watch movement. Most anti-magnetic watches utilize a soft iron-faraday cage which distributes electromagnetism in such a way that it cancels the effect on the watch movement contained within. Omega has instead built a movement of non-ferrous materials eliminating the need for such a cage and providing a far greater resistance to magnetic fields.