Omega Experts: is there such a thing as an Omegamania watch?


Jan 3, 2006
Hi all,

So I'm going to expose myself as a real newbie here, but here goes: A couple of weeks ago, my dad was walking down the street and found a watch on the ground. He has tried to find the owner since (dropped off his number and a description at nearby stores) but no one has contacted him, so he offered to give it to me.

After some googling around, I found that the watch was called "omegamania" online. It looks kind of like this:

The problem is, I can't find that model on the Omega website and when I google "Omegamania" all I can find are replica watches, so I'm 99% sure that this model doesn't actually exist. But then there are a few sites (like the watchery blog post above) that seem to talk about it like it's a legitmate thing. I was about to toss the bag in my bag of stuff to take to the salvation army, but I thought I would ask here just to make sure first.

So which is it? Is this a real model? I know that the specific watch is very likely not real, but I want to see if there is any possibility that it's real before donating it away. Thanks for your help.