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10 Best Omega Watches For Women

Omega has been producing watches since 1848; the brand has been seen on the wrists of many celebrities, James Bond, and has even traveled to the moon. Omega creates stylish and functional watches enjoyed by both men and women. Discover our current favorite picks for the best Omega watches for women, including both ladies and unisex models in no particular order, or skip to learning about buying a ladies Omega watch.

> 1. De Ville Trésor

> 2. Aqua Terra 150m

> 3. De Ville Prestige

> 4. Speedmaster Chronograph Orbis Edition

> 5. Seamaster 300m

> 6. De Ville Ladymatic

> 7. Aqua Terra 150m 34mm

> 8. Constellation “My Choice”

> 9. Speedmaster ‘57 Limited Edition

> 10. De Ville Trésor 40m

Top Ladies Omega Watches

Omega has a long history of producing watches favored by collectors. In their ladies collection, there are a variety of sizes, materials, and gems. But women’s watches aren’t limited to strictly small timepieces and diamonds, and neither is our list of favorite Omega watches for women.

1. De Ville Trésor

Ladies Omega De Ville Tresor O42817366005001

The new lineup of De Ville Trésor models launched a few years ago where new dial colors, materials, and straps were added to the dress line. This included the Trésor with a diamond bezel flanking each side of the case diagonally, specifically designed for women. The crown on these models features a red ceramic flower and the case back has an engraved flower pattern. These elegant models are quartz and are available in either 36 or 49mm.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $3,300 – $21,500

2. Aqua Terra 150m

Ladies Omega Aqua Terra 39mm

This Aqua Terra 150m is a 38.5mm automatic watch featuring the Master Co-Axial Chronometer by Omega. The watch is sporty and represents Omega’s maritime history, with the vertical striping on the dial mirroring the wooden deck of a sailboat. This model is perfect for a woman who loves something slightly larger and more robust yet wants a watch with classic features. If you aren’t a fan of stainless steel, the Aqua Terra also comes in a variety of case materials and dial colors.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $3,500 – $33,000

3. De Ville Prestige

For someone looking for a watch with a vintage character and smaller case size, look no further than the Prestige. This particular model features a 32.7mm stainless steel case paired with a rose gold bezel and complementing an ivory-beige dial. The combination of Roman numerals and dot indices sitting on a sector dial ooze a vintage feel on a modern timepiece. The model is powered by the Co-Axial Chronometer calibre 2500.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $3,950


4. Speedmaster 38 Orbis Edition

A classic model from Omega is the Speedmaster, but there have been many different releases over the years including this Oribs Edition. Rather than the Moonwatch many people are most familiar with, this model features oval sub-dial registers for the chronograph and constant seconds. This 38mm chronograph is available in a variety of case and dial colors. What makes this Orbis Edition special is the unique sun-brushed blue dial that celebrates Orbis International and the Flying Eye Hospital. On the case back is a stamped Orbis Teddy Bear.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $4,450


5. Seamaster 300m

Another staple in the Omega collection is the Seamaster, and particularly the Seamster 300m. The reference 2262.50 is a 36mm quartz model on a stainless steel bracelet. This model is perfect for someone looking for a watch that features high water resistance while fitting comfortably on the wrist. This watch is also known as the James Bond 36mm.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $2,250 – $4,500


6. De Ville Ladymatic

The Ladymatic was the first official ladies watch from Omega, launched back in 1955. This launch was the then smallest rotor equipped movement from Omega. Moving from a daniter vintage piece that was discontinued, we have the modern De Ville Ladymatic today that relaunched in 2011. The modern version still features a mechanical movement, this time being powered by the Co-Axial escapement calibre 8521 with a 50 hour power reserve. Just like other Omega models, the Ladymatic can be found across varying case materials and dial colors with diamond indices, diamond bezels, or a combination of the two. The 34mm model is inherently feminine with its classic round case and unique T-style lugs.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $3,250 – $45,000


7. Aqua Terra 150m 34mm

For those who like the sportiness of the Aqua Terra 150m but would prefer a smaller case size, look no further than the 34mm variation. This smaller model still features the classic Teak deck pattern and 150m water resistance. Similarly, the model is powered by the Omega Calibre 8520, another Co-Axial Chronometer. The 34mm case size is extremely wearable on smaller wrists, although these models do sit slightly higher on the wrist due to the exhibition case backs.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $2,500 – $5,500

8. Constellation “My Choice”

The Constellation is another classic model from Omega, and one of the first models to feature an integrated bracelet design. This smaller 22.5mm quartz watch features a diamond bezel. The outside of the bracelet style, the Constellation lineup is known for its “Griffes” or the claw-like details on the bezel. Other modern ladies Constellation pieces feature different case metals, dial colors, and varying use of diamonds. The current lineup ranges in size from 24mm – 29mm.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $2,750


9. Speedmaster ‘57 Limited Edition

Taking another look at the Speedmaster collection is something more reminiscent of the Moonwatch. The Speedmaster ‘57 limited edition is a modern tribute to the 1957 release of the Speedmaster featuring the original “Broad Arrow” design. This model measures 38.6mm and is an iconic model with a tropical-style dial. The trilogy edition is limited to just 3,557 pieces and is powered by the calibre 1861. This piece can often be found alone, or being sold as part of the full trilogy lineup.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $8,500 – $10,500


10. De Ville Trésor 40m

Closing our list is another De Veille Trésor, this time taking on a more simple design with 40mm stainless steel case. The model is more masculine in design as it features a larger case and slender hands and indices. It references the original Trésor line that launched in 1949. This modern version features the Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8910, and meets extremely high watch industry standards for performance and magnetic resistance while being a classic dress design.

Pre-Owned Pricing: $4,950 – $5,450


Buying A Ladies Omega Watch

Since the 1950s Omega has been producing sought-after watches for both men and women. Today, women aren’t relegated to just wearing ladies’ specific watches, but rather have the option to wear a variety of styles and sizes, it’s all about finding the right watch for your wrist size. By purchasing a ladies Omega, you can be sure that the model is of high quality, lasting design and know there is a model for every occasion.

Discover the extensive collection of Omega watches at WatchBox or continue reading:

> Women’s Rolex Buying Guide

> Top Patek Philippe Women’s Watches

> Best Watches For Men

> 3 Lesser-Known Speedmaster Models

> Omega X-33 Speedmaster

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