The brand offers several Limited Edition pieces, within various collections and series, including the Constellation, Seamaster, Speedmaster, De Ville, and Specialties collections and the Broad Arrow and Art Deco series. Among their Limited Edition timepieces are the:This newest Art Deco timepiece offers the brand's caliber 2202 automatic Co-Axial movement (which is basically a ETA 2895 - small seconds - with a Co-Axial escapement). The Co-Axial movement has been a cornerstone of the company's success, primarily due to the clear advantages of this type of escapement. The main advantage is that friction in the escapement is virtually eliminated, as it utilizes radial friction instead of sliding frictioni at the impulse surfaces. This results in greater accuracy over time, as well as longer intervals between services. Omega - being the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games - created the Sochi Petrograd Limited Edition Art Deco watch in honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics, which is to be held in Sochi, Russia. This piece is reminicent of another of their Art Deco watches from 1915 (created for a “Russian Leader”), as well as an older limited edition from their Museum Collection (made in 2004). The 18K yellow gold case for this timepiece is barrel-shaped - or tonneau style - and features Art Deco black (from 1 to 12) and red numberals (from 13 to 24) and blued steel hands on a silver-white dial (producing the red, white and blue of the Russian flag); of which, only 100 pieces will be produced. The buckle on the burgundy alligator leather strap is made of the same precious metal as the case; on the back of which the logo of the Olympic Games for which it is being produced is engraved.
- Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m SkyFall (of the James Bond 007 Limited Edition pieces)
- Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronograph Diver ETNZ (for the 34th America’s Cup)
- 1932 Olympic Pocketwatch (of the Specialties collection)
- Speedmaster Broad Arrow With Skeleton Movement
- De Ville Hour Vision
- Sochi Petrograd Art Deco