Omega

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Originally from Biel in Switzerland, the first watch brand to be on the Moon is famous for its quality products with legendary fame. It all began when, in 1848, a small watchmaker named Louis Brandt opened a counter and sold a watch brand under his own name. It was not until 1894 that the company took the name of Omega, in reference to the caliber Omega 19 lines produced the same year. The brand is present since 1909 in the sports timing especially during the Olympic Games summer and winter. During the Second World War, Omega, despite economic difficulties remains the largest supplier of watches in the British Air Force. Omega watches continue to be broadcast in the aeronautical field until the dedication in 1969, when the Speedmaster chronograph, on the arm of American astronaut Buzz Aldrin, lands on the Moon. From the small counter to the current luxury brand, Omega's story is spectacular between innovations, crises and big challenges. Turned from its beginnings towards the innovation and the design of extremely powerful watches, Omega has spearheads reliability and functionality. In addition to technical watches, the Manufacture also offers classic and elegant watches with materials as noble as rose gold and gold

Frequently Asked Questions

You can pre-qualify one of two ways: Complete an application by clicking "Join Us" under Check Your Eligibility on the Home Page or by selecting a watch and clicking on the monthly payment button.

Citizens Pay checks eligibility using a soft credit pull which will only be visible to you and will not impact your score or be visible to other potential lenders.

Applying for a Citizens Pay Line of Credit is easy. You will be asked to provide your: Full name, date of birth, social security number, permanent residential address, mobile phone number, email address, and annual income. In some cases, you may also be asked to provide a previous address.

Your purchases may be returned to us within 10 days of delivery. Only watches in perfect condition that have not been worn and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged. All refunds will be credited in the same tender used for the original purchase. For more information, please visit our Shipping & Returns page.

Delivery times vary depending on the brand and the model. Usually, it takes an average of two to three business days for your watch to be shipped (subject to availability).

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