Omega watches | Pre-owned & Vintage

Discover our selection of vintage and pre-owned Omega watches currently available online. 
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Pre-owned and vintage Omega watches for collectors

On this page, you will find our selection of rare Omega watches available online, including vintage Omega watches, rare second-hand models and new Omega for men and women. Watch-Deal is specialized in identifying the best luxury watches available online. 

A selection of the most sought-after Omega models

You are looking for a rare Omega Speedmaster vintage, like the mythical Omega Speedmaster Ed White ? You prefer the Omega Seamaster 300? On this page, you will find the best models of the Swiss watch brand, including the famous Omega Pre-Moon or the splendid Omega Constellation. The Omega models endorsed by James Bond or the Omega Planet Ocean. Both new and used Omega models. 



How to find an Omega watches via Watch-Deal ?

You have seen the Omega of your dreams in our selection, just click on it and we will redirect you towards the merchant site where you will be able to get it. As simple as that. Suppliers in Watch-Deal selection are official Omega retailers, Omega collectors offering some rare vintage Omega and individuals offering their authentic Omega watches. 

Is a vintage Omega a good value for money ? A good investment ?

Omega is less highly rated in the collector's watch market than many other brands for many reasons. Firstly, there is the large quantity of watches produced, which naturally offers a much wider choice to the watch lover and has the effect of driving down the brand positioning. Moreover, it does not have the same image as Rolex. The comparison with Rolex is interesting, the two brands compete in similar markets such as sports watches and this is still the case today. Let's take as an example two watches, one Omega, one Rolex, same period, both equipped with a date, in steel, three hands. For example, Rolex Oysterdate 1953 equipped with the not very accurate 740 caliber will be found around $1500 while an Omega Seamaster of 1954, also equipped with a date but in an automatic bumper version (calibre 355), a better and more elaborate movement than that of Rolex, will be around $600. In this example we can see that Omega beats Rolex in value-for-money ratio. The first Rolex Submariner have a hollow steel bracelet which causes irreversible wear in normal conditions and buckles made not from steel machined in the mass but from folded steel plates which is cheaper to produce. Brands such as Heuer or Tudor have also seen their positioning soar. These watches have many advantages, some models have made their mark, especially in car racing on the wrist of famous drivers. However, the positioning is not justified by the quality. This said, it can be a good investment for those who are looking for something that will gain value after a few years. 

What is the best vintage Omega from the 1960s ?

The 1960s marked a turning point for the brand, with the cessation of production in 1963 of the 30 calibers, in 1968 of the 320 and 280, but it was also the era of the Omega Speedmaster with the original 321 movement. The value of these Speedmasters has skyrocketed but you can find Seamasters equipped with the same movements for less than 3000 dollars. Generally speaking, the end of the 60's is a pivotal period in watchmaking history marked by competition from Japanese watches and a general decline in quality. Movements with a very "curious" design were put on the market such as the Omega 980 (Lemania 2980), in the 1970s electronic watches and then quartz watches took precedence over good old-fashioned mechanical watchmaking, metals much softer than steel were used to reduce costs.

How much is the Omega James Bond watch?

To mark the 50th anniversary of the release of the film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", Omega recently launched the Seamaster Diver 300M "James Bond". A watch which features a host of references to the most famous British spy. There are questions about the choice of this particular film, which is probably not the best of the series, but never mind. Thus, we discover a timepiece limited to 7,007 pieces, literally full of nods to the world's most famous secret agent. This new watch has a 42 mm stainless steel case, covered with a ceramic bezel with a white enamel diving scale. On the left, below the push button, the brand has placed an 18K yellow gold plate engraved with a unique number. On the satin-finished black ceramic dial, a spiral shape and a revolver barrel with a 9 mm centre are laser-engraved. The sword-shaped hands and indexes are also in yellow gold, as a reminder of the case plate. We continue in the details paying homage to 007 with at 12 o'clock, an index inspired by the Bond family coat of arms, at 6 o'clock, a date window using the same font as the 007 logo to indicate the 7th day of the month. Another well hidden subtlety is the "50" on the 10 o'clock index, which only appears in the dark thanks to SuperLuminova, in the form of a secret signature. At the heart of this model is an OMEGA self-winding calibre with Co-Axial Escapement certified Master Chronometer 8800, which is resistant to magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gauss. The watch has a power reserve of 55 hours and can dive up to 300 m (30 ATM). This Seamaster Diver 300M is presented on a black rubber strap that adds a sporty and modern look to its luxurious silhouette. It is presented in a black case with a very 007 look, and comes with a carrying case, a tool to change the strap and an additional stainless steel strap. A great way to vary the pleasures! As there are a lot of Omega fans and James Bond fans, we can guaranty that buying a Seamaster 300M "James Bond" is a very good investment for the future.