From 1995 onward
The very first Ladymatic was a true enigma of the 1950’s. Although it only embodied many mechanical and physical facets that were already common in the male watch industry, these components had never been directly integrated into the developments within the ladies market.
Equipped with automatic calibers and carrying the prestigious mark of Omega, this timepiece came to redefine many components of an otherwise stagnant sector. As the name indicates, this was one of the first feminine watches powered by an automatic mechanism. The reputable role this allowed the Ladymatic to assume, not only in the segregated female market, but in the entire watch industry, was the impetus behind its incredible rise to prominence.
After more than half a century after its initial launch, Omega revived the revered Ladymatic model in an attempt to reconnect with its female clientele. With Nicole Kidman behind the promotion of this elegant timepiece, Omega witnessed a revival of its envied female following.
Omega has since looked to diversify the model, offering it in a number of different colors and materials, such as the 18K red gold, yellow gold, and steel.
Reluctant to singlehandedly define the Ladymatic, Omega offers a wide-range of personal specification opportunities. Polished or diamond-gemmed bezel, for example, is often desired by women purchasing this timeless watch, as it further accentuates the femininity of the design that underlines the Ladymatic.