Monday, August 18, 2008
Omega Ambassader swimmer Michael Phelps Wins 8 Gold Medals.
Micheal Phelps, an Ambassador for Omega Luxury Watches has torpedoed into the History Books by winning a remarkable 8 gold medals. Micheal Phelps an Omega Ambassodor. Michael Phelps has made history, winning an amazing 8 medals. He won the "100 meter Butterfly" by a mere 100th of a second, beating Milorad Cavic. A second in time seems so minuscule, but to be able to measure time in 100th of a second, and to name a winner that is accuracy. That is Omega. Micheal Phelps set seven world records, and beat one Olympic record. Micheal Phelps swims laps in seconds, and it is quite fitting that he has a line of Omega Watches in his name.
The selection includes: Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronometer.
Water resistance: 600-2000 meters.
Movement: Caliber - Omega 2500
Self Winding Chronometer
Co-Axiel escapement movement
48 Hour power reserve.
Domed scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal, Stainless Steel Case and black dial.
Seamaster Planet Orange Chrono- No doubt about it, this is a swimmers watch.
A calibre Omega 3313. This watch sports a Chronograph feature. A feature that is an essential for serious swimmers. It allows you to precisely time yourself in the pool. The Chronograph is a self-winding movement with column wheel mechanism as well as Co-Axial Escapement for precision stability and durability of the movement. The Watch is crafted with a free sprung balance, including date, hour, minute and continuous small seconds hands, central chronograph hand.
Water resistance of 600-2000 meters. Domed Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal. Power Reserve: 52 Hours.
The Seamaster Apnea with Caliber: Omega 3601. This watch is a self-winding chronograph with Free diving timing display for a 14 minutes dive. Water Resistance 300-1000 meters.
The Seamaster Apnea is protected with an anti-reflective Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Self winding Chronograph with free timing diving display for 14 minute dive.
A perfect selection of swim watches that do not have to be left poolside, and which carry the name of the greatest swimmer whose stunning victories are still roaring in the ears of all.