Comparing Olympic Sledding
Skeleton is one of the most mysterious Winter Olympic sports. Sledding events, such as skeleton, are also some of the most exciting and potentially dangerous competitions. Just like many of our favorite watches, skeleton has its roots in Switzerland.
You may be wondering about the difference between the luge, bobsled, and skeleton. Luge races take place in both singles and doubles. Athletes lie on their backs and slide feet first down an icy track. They do so on a lightweight 50-pound sled at an average speed of 90mph.
Omega’s Impact on the Precision of Skeleton and the Olympic Edition
It’s clear time is crucial to skeleton athletes. That’s precisely why Omega has equipped them with Olympic edition replica watches for decades. Omega’s Olympic history dates back over 70 years. In 1948, Omega developed the first automated timers for the Winter Olympic Games in St. Moritz. Since then, Omega has proudly served as the official timekeeper of the Olympics on 28 occasions.
We’re thrilled to offer one of these authentic Replica Watches timepieces previously owned by one of these remarkable skeleton athletes. The Aqua Terra 150M Omega Replica Watch is a METAS certified chronometer powered by the brand’s Master Chronometer Caliber 8900.
It features a stainless steel construction with a modern, oversized 41mm case Luxury Replica Watches. The model comes equipped with a nylon strap in classic red, white, and blue. This perfectly complements the handsome blue teak dial, which showcases a date window at the six-o’clock position. You can own a piece of Olympic history with this special timepiece. Happy shopping!