The company, originally named "Louis Brandt" and "Brandt and sons" was located in La Chaux de Fond and moved to Bienne where the manufacture is still situated. After creating the 1st repeater mechanism for a wristwatch, in 1894 the company launches the 19-line Omega calibre, symbol and future name of the company. At the beginning of last century, the company is the official timekeeper of several sporting events and becomes in 1932 the official timekeeper of the Olympic games. In 1936 the 47.7 calibre wins the world precision record in all categories. Chronometer, sea and space are the DNA of Omega.
Switzerland - La Chaux-de-Fonds