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Omega Seamaster Watches for 2012 London Olympic Games
The Summer Olympics in London marks the 25th games with Omega as the official timekeeper. To commemorate both the anniversary as well as the spirit of the athletic competition, the storied watchmaker has crafted two Seamaster pieces as a special tribute. The Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial “London 2012” Limited Edition is a redesign of Omega’s first automatic Seamaster – which debuted in 1948 – the same year of the last London Olympics. Key features include a brushed and polished finishing as well as shimmering bezel and lugs. The Mega Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Chronograph boasts a rose gold and steel case as well as Olympic detailing on the back. Both pieces are extremely limited in quantity and will retail for between $6,800-$10,500 USD.