100 days countdown to a safe Tokyo Olympics with Omega as official timekeeper

Published May 4, 2021, 3:57 PM

by MB Lifestyle

Let the Games begin!

Omega, the official timekeeper of Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games

With the developments of vaccines, a “new normal” finds its way to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Omega, the official timekeeper of the Olympics Games for a record of 28 times, is going to be there. The 100 days countdown to the beginning of the summer games has begun.

Omega also released its new Seamaster Diver 300M: a fine, classic and captivating masterpiece, a fitting addition to the best-known series of Swiss luxury watches. The Swiss luxury brand has a tradition of excellence in watch making, and it’s no wonder that this quartz watch, which costs from $3,600 up to $4,400, is more accurate than other mechanical counterparts.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M

Japan made a bid to be the host of the Summer Olympic games eight years ago, thus they needed to make sure that Tokyo is a reliable and secure location. Through patience, Japan’s Olympic committee was able to devise a way to keep the upcoming celebration safe with vaccination programs and safety protocol rollouts.

The coming Olympic Games—slated for July 23 to Aug. 8, 2021—is a sign of new hope, not only to make it through this kind of event during a pandemic, but also for the athletes to keep on chasing their dreams. (Rosegil Mapula)

Image source: olympicchannel.com and Omega