Presidents, astronauts, athletes and celebrities have all had relationships with perfect super clone Omega watches. In many cases, these timepieces have served them during moments of historical importance. In daily use, luxury fake Omega watches are used for fun, fashion and vital work throughout the world. Now this long, diverse and important narrative will be the subject of an exhibition in New York.
The “Planet Omega” exhibition will be held at the Chelsea Factory performing arts space from November 9 to 19. It will contain some of the most innovative and notable 1:1 replica Omega watches, along with stories from the Swiss watch brand’s 175-year history.
The exhibition is filled with milestones from an iconic watchmaking journey. Some of the highlights include the first Ladymatic from 1955 and the Swiss movement fake Omega wristwatch worn by Elvis Presley, featuring 44 brilliant-cut diamonds. Also on view will be the Omega slimline timepiece worn by John F. Kennedy at his presidential inauguration ceremony in 1961.
The exhibition will be split into five distinct areas related to top quality super clone Omega.
For Sports and Olympic Games, the brand celebrates its legacy as the official timekeeper of a growing range of competitions, from America’s Cup sailing to professional golf and swimming—not to mention its long association with international Olympic Games. Watches on display include one of the original split-seconds chronographs used to time the Olympics in 1932. This heritage piece has since become the motivation behind the brand’s groundbreaking new Chrono Chime watch, which is also on display. It contains the most complex Swiss movement copy Omega movement ever made.