Category Archives: Press Release

New: Omega Speedmaster Professional Ultraman 311.12.42.30.01.001

A few moments ago Omega presented the second version of the Speedmaster Professional Ultraman. Inspired by the so-called Ultraman Speedmaster, an uncommon variation named after a Japanese television series, it features a striking orange second hand and various other unique features.

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Press Release: 1958 Omega Speedmaster Sells for World Record Price

26 October 262017 / Omega

A rare and very early OMEGA Speedmaster chronograph has been sold at Bukowskis Auction House in Stockholm for a price equivalent to $275,508 US dollars. This marks a new World Record for this particular Speedmaster model.

The stainless steel chronograph, with reference CK 2915-1, is a first generation Speedmaster from 1958 and is identified by its famous design, including a black dial with Broad Arrow hands, tachymeter scale on the bezel and sought-after calibre 321.

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Press Release: World Record for an Omega Speedmaster 2915-1

25 October 2017 / Bukowskis

FINAL PRICE OF 2 266 250 SEK

Bukowskis’ internationally noticed highlight, an untouched and never renovated Omega Speedmaster 2915-1, became today’s sensation with the incredible final price of 2 266 250 SEK. Bukowskis is proud to now hold the new world record for an Omega Speedmaster 2915-1 and the watch is the most expensive ever to be sold at Bukowskis.

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Press Release: Celebrating World Sight Day at Omega

12 October 2017 / Omega

Presley Gerber helps to launch a new Speedmaster 38 mm model in support of Orbis

To celebrate World Sight Day on October 12th, OMEGA has unveiled a specially created model from its new Speedmaster 38 mm collection that supports the brand’s partnership with Orbis International.

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Press Release: Two Iconic Omega Speedmasters 2915-1 up for Sale

10 October 2017 / Bukowskis

Bukowskis proudly presents two iconic Omega Speedmasters 2915-1 at the upcoming autumn auction – Important Timepieces, taking place on the 25th of October. The two watches have an estimate of 900 000 SEK and 350 000 SEK each.

The first watch, which was made the 6th of June in 1958, was handed in to Bukowskis after the owner’s son, not knowing about its value, had found the watch at the attic in a box.

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