A showcase of the renowned watchmaker OMEGA's heritage, the exhibit will offer visitors a rare peek into the history of the renowned Swiss brand.
"Planet OMEGA" promises to be a memorable experience for watch enthusiasts and fans of iconic figures. (Timepieces worn by Elivs Presley and John F. Kennedy will be on display.)
Divided into categories of sports and Olympic games, the ocean, James Bond and space, visitors will get a once-in-a-lifetime view of memorable watches.
Other pieces include the Seamaster Diver 300M 007 that Daniel Craig wore in his final turn as James Bond in No Time To Die; an original 1932 Marine—the first commercial watch for divers; the CK2998 model worn by astronaut Wally Schirra in 1962 aboard Mercury’s Sigma 7 mission, known as "the first OMEGA" in space; and a split-seconds chronograph used to time races at the 1932 Olympics.
"Planet OMEGA" opens Nov. 9th and runs through the 19th at the Chelsea Factory.