Japanese flag or symbol of the Olympic Games
Made of polished white ceramic with a red lollipop second hand at the tip, the dial symbolizes the Japanese flag for the venue of the 2020 Olympic Games. The 20 on the bezel ring is also in red to match. The blue version of the Omega Olympic Collection "Tokyo 2020" Limited Edition, on the other hand, has the graphic pattern of the 2020 Games on its polished dial, and both versions also have the printed symbol of the Olympic Games in general (five rings) and the graphic pattern of the Tokyo Games on the sapphire crystal case back. The collection is limited, so only 2020 pieces of each version will be produced. For both watches, the customer will receive an additional bracelet when purchasing. The white version has a stainless steel bracelet and a so-called NATO fabric strap in addition to the leather strap; the blue version has a stainless steel strap in addition to the rubber strap.
Omega - Greek perfection in Switzerland
In 1848, Louis Brandt founded his watch manufactory in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, and distributed the watches produced, initially under the name Louis Brandt & Fils. It was not until 1894 that the name Omega first came into play for a watch made by the company. This designation stood for highest quality, as the last letter of the Greek alphabet also stands for perfection. Today the company is still based in Switzerland (Biel/Bienne), but is now part of the Swatch Group.