The Omega Seamaster is an icon in itself. In fact, it has been the official timepiece for the Olympics and has been used across the North Pole for momentous traveling by Ralph Plaisted, one of the guys to travel a surface traverse across the thin ice of North Pole.
The watch brand also includes collections like the Omega Speedmaster — that the first-ever watch worn on the moon, also, of course, who can forget the Omega Constellation and Omega De Ville, just two of Omega’s well-received dressy wrist watches.
Rolex Deepsea Challenge with filmmaker James Cameron / Photo from Rolex
Indeed, Rolex has its own success story that starts from the building of an empire of brand loyalists and mining to preservation across the globe. Its initial success attained new heights when in 1953, explorers and mountaineers Sir John Hunt, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first men to conquer Mount Everest while sporting the Rolex Oyster Perpetual.
The agenda to place his watch brand of wildsdorf did not end there. Such as being underwater to a depth of 10,916 meters in the Mariana Trench rolex timepieces have delivered breakthrough results in deep-sea experiments. The Rolex Submariner is designed for divers to allow them to read their immersion time.