Our top source for luxury watch news, Perpetuelle, informs us that the 2012 London Olympic Games Omega Seamaster Watch is being released to celebrate Omega’s 25 games as the official timekeeper. The games have been timed by the watchmaker ever since 1948, which is why the company is pulling a characteristically impressive move and creating story behind the event. One of the watches in the series, the Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial “London 2012” Limited Edition virtually reiterates the design of Omega’s first ever automatic watch, the Seamaster. That watch first saw the light of day in 1948, the last time the Games were held in London. The current watches feature shimmering bezels and lugs, plus brushed and polished finishes. There are Olympic details on the back side of the rose gold Mega Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Chronograph. Given the limited edition nature of the watches, their price tags (ranging from $6,800 to $10,500) ought to come as no surprise.