With a dial design inspired by mid-70s stopwatches, which Omega used at the games in Montreal and Innsbruck, these Seamasters are eye-catching, gauge-like, and have a starkness that speaks to their connection to the world of athletics. The 39.5mm steel case is a simple Seamaster shape and leaves most of the heavy lifting to the dial. With bold Arabic numerals, a date display, and a color-coordinated pulse scale on the dial edge (intended for measuring one’s pulse); these Seamasters offer a balanced and functional display that makes excellent use of their accent colors. From the more serious black version to the lovely blue and yellow variants, I’d have a hard time picking my favorite color (just kidding, it’s blue). 

Omega’s 100-year term as the Official Timekeeper continues until 2032, and for that reason, they are producing some 2032 pieces of each color variant. Encircling the display case back is a list of the host cities in which Omega has been (or will be) the Official Timekeeper for the Olympics, up to Los Angeles 2028. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the Olympics or simply dig the retro stopwatch aesthetic and cutting-edge movement, the Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection is a subtle spin on an Olympic limited edition with great sizing, a strong use of color, and an easy-wearing vibe.