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1931

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The hard work of its master watchmakers was rewarded in 1931 when OMEGA set precision records in all six of the trials at the Geneva Observatory. The OMEGA chronometer tested kept time more accurately, in a range of conditions, than any other watch ever before produced.

OMEGA’s commitment to record-setting precision remains to this day, most recently recognised in 2014 when the Master Co-Axial proved to be so reliable that it merited an entirely new level of quality certification.

The OMEGA watch of the Geneva Observatory competition
The calibre that set six precision records
The story of Omega