Omega Museum series adds important watch models-In order to meet the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Omega launched the Sochi Petrograd watch.
Omega launched the Sochi Petrograd limited edition watch in honor of an outstanding Russian leader in 1915. Drawing inspiration from the Omega Museum collection, this model showcases outstanding designs that are still unique over a century and pays tribute to the host country of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
One of the most fascinating features of this timepiece is the polished barrel in 18k yellow gold in the shape of a “cask”. This design recreates the inspiration of the classic style with a striking burgundy leather strap and an 18k yellow gold watch. buckle.
The dial design combines the iconic red, white, and blue colors on the Russian flag: a silver-white dial, a red 24-hour scale, and blue steel polished central hour and minute hands. At 6 o’clock on the dial, the black small dial with blue steel seconds hand also contrasts with the black 12-hour scale.
Another striking feature is the 18k yellow gold back of this Sochi Petrograd watch engraved with ‘Sochi 2014’ (the Sochi 2014 Olympic emblem) and a limited number. This Sochi Petrograd watch will be produced in a limited edition of just 100 pieces.
The Omega 2202 coaxial escapement movement powers this monumental timepiece. The watch is carried in a special gift box and is guaranteed for three years of after-sales service. The Omega Sochi Petrograd limited edition watch is water resistant to 30 atmospheres (30 meters / 100 feet).
Omega and Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
The famous Swiss watch brand Omega has won the 26th Olympic Games designated timekeeping since 1932, and provided professional timing services for the 2014 Winter and Paralympic Games in the Russian Federation city Sochi. Omega is very much looking forward to providing timing services for the world’s best winter athletes at the sports event held in Russia.