The website also quote prices in the home currency. About the AD part, it ain't gonna happen though lolI don't know how many of you already know this.
Omega has changed its website. It now has MSRP. You need to click "Reveal the price".
Omega maybe going internet mail order soon with all those disappearing AD.
Definitely better pictures! Omega's main photo of each watch is pretty lame. They seem to be adding more special pictures, though. I just stumbled on the MSRPs yesterday, actually. And I have to say, the website is a bit harder to move around in now. I find it harder to quickly get to the watch I want to see. But I appreciate seeing the prices on Omega's site. Not sure they'll start taking internet orders since they're focusing on the boutique experience. But other high-end manufactures like JLC are taking online orders, as well as the Swatch Group's lower brands like Tissot and Hamilton.I think all brands should post their prices on their websites and provide better pictures.
Try Breguet's or GO's website. It's as if SwatchGroup hired the same web designer for all of their brands. All three are pretty difficult to navigate IMO.....And I have to say, the website is a bit harder to move around in now. I find it harder to quickly get to the watch I want to see....
Probably an attempt to bring more people/customers to the stores. A way for interested customers have to make contact with a sales rep, instead of just seeing a price online and then leaving.Interesting. It looks like the "Reveal the Price" button has been replaced by a "Contact a Boutique About this Piece" button. Wondering why.