Omega introduced the Omega Seamaster 300M “Paris 2024” Special Edition for the Paris Olympics, which will begin on July 26, 2024.
Since the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympics. The brand will be timekeeper of the Olympics for the 31st time in the upcoming version, and already now it announced the special edition for the Paris Olympics.
Referring to the Paris Olympics with its design, the “Paris 2024” Special Edition features Seamaster’s classic diving scale in 18k Moonshine Gold. Evoking an Olympic medal with its golden touches, the dial is made of white ceramic with polished waves. The hour markers and hands also feature touches of gold, whilst the second hand also features the logo of the 2024 Paris Olympics.
The “Paris 2024” Special Edition, a typical Seamaster with a screw-down crown, a sapphire crystal cover and a 42 mm diameter stainless steel case that is water resistant to 300 meters, is introduced with the Quick Change bracelet replacement system, a new Omega patent. In addition to the steel bracelet, it will be available with NATO straps in blue, white or red.
On the other hand, the timepiece houses the 2024 Paris Olympics logo in 18k Moonshine Gold and “Paris 2024” detail, and Olympic rings in stainless steel. “Paris 2024” special edition works with automatic caliber 8800 with 55-hours of power reserve.
Omega Seamaster 300M “Paris 2024” Special Edition is now available in limited numbers at Omega boutiques in Paris.