NEW YORK — Omega has a long history of being a pioneer in the watchmaking industry. The brand is credited with introducing the first industrialized movement in 1894, the first divers’ watch in 1932 and the first watch qualified by NASA for space missions in 1965.
On Wednesday morning, the company unveiled its latest innovation: the first anti-magnetic watch. The Seamaster Aqua Terra timepiece will be unveiled at the Basel watch fair next month and introduced to the men’s market in October. A women’s version will be offered in the future.
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