Omega Replica Watches and TAG Heuer are two of the most recognizable and sought after watch brands in the world. Although their timepieces are unique in their own right, their stories closely follow each other.
The brands continued to develop these crucial partnerships into the 1930’s. In 1932, Omega served as the official timekeeper for the Olympic Games for the first time, and in 1933, Heuer introduced a dashboard instrument for automobiles and planes called the Autavia, which would later inspire the design for one of their Replica Watches.
Omega released the first edition of one of their most iconic watches: the Seamaster. At the same time, Heuer began rolling out a series of wristwatches, first the Auto-Graph, a wrist chronograph with a tachometer scale and manual reference hand, then the Solunar, the first Fake Omega Watches with a tide indicator, and finally the Seafarer, the world’s first chronograph with both a tide indicator and dial for regattas.
Although Heuer was the first Swiss watchmaker to enter space, Omega established a lasting relationship with NASA. The Omega De Ville Replica would become the official chronograph for space missions, and to this day, Omega continues to work with space programs around the world.
The next few decades marked a time of celebrity endorsements for the two brands. The Heuer Monaco was made popular by the prominent actor and racing legend Steve McQueen, who wore the chronograph in the film Le Mans. Omega Replica became the official watch of James Bond after appearing on the wrist of Pierce Brosnan in GoldenEye. The 1980’s also mark a significant time for the Heuer brand. In 1985, they were acquired by Techniques d’Avant Garde and officially became TAG Heuer.