We're one day down already at the Pyeongchang Olympic Games 2018. Officially timed by Omega for the last 86 years (since the first Los
Angeles Games in 1932), the 2018 Winter Games also played host to the launch of two separate lines of the Olympic Seamasters – one of them being the sporty chronograph which had been revealed at the beginning of the countdown. More on that watch, here.
Inspired by the Olympic-medals the second new line comes in three variations – 18k yellow gold priced at $17,300, 18k Canopus gold for the “silver” model priced at $18,900, and the 18k Sedna gold for the “bronze” version priced at $17,300. The 39.5mm pieces feature a corresponding caseback with an 18k gold ring emblazoned with the dates of all the host cities and dates of the Official Timekeeper of the Winter Games. The ring further encases a sapphire window showcasing the METAS-certified Master Chronometer Caliber 8807 movement.
The domed dials are slightly off-white and feature a vintage Omega logo along with a sporty minute track. Each of the timepieces comes with two strap variations – brown and black leather. The Seamaster is also available in a limited edition platinum version which is available in only 100 total pieces and is priced at $37,800.