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Omega reminds customers of its near 100 year association with the Olympic Games

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It may be two years until the next summer Olympics in Tokyo, but that isn’t stopping Omega reminding its fans of its 86-year long association with the event.

Omega has been official timekeeper of the Olympic Games 27 times, and has earned (and paid for) the right to squeeze in a mid-term collection.

This year’s Seamaster models, created in the five colors of the Olympic rings and has every host city since Omega started its partnership etched into a ring on their case backs.

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The 39.5mm steel cases house the chronometer calibre 8800, and are worn on sporty perforated leather straps.

Only 2,032 versions of each model are being made, a nod what will be the 100th anniversary year of the partnership.

They go on sale at the end of January for $5400.

 

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