Whatever life has in store, an Omega watch will be there for you. That's why this Swiss luxury brand was chosen by Britain's Royal Flying Corps, the American army, the Olympics and - in 1969, was there for that "one small step for man" moment, when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. But time doesn't stand still, and today, Omega is creating black ceramic watches that can dive down to 600 meters alongside delicate, diamond-paved master chronometers. But they all share one thing in common - an Omega watch is never just an accessory. It's the main event.