Omega - Constellation Gents Collection, new 41 mm models

Omega – Constellation Gents Collection, new 41 mm models

Following the introduction of the fifth generation of the Constellation Gents’ collection toward the start of the year, Omega is introducing today eight new models all coming in 41 mm cases (rather than 39 mm).

While keeping up a considerable lot of the commonplace plan attributes of the collection dispatched in 1952, for example, the iconic paws and the half-moon aspects at one or the flip side of the case, the new Constellation Master Chronometer 41 mm have a bolder look. They are accessible in hardened steel, 18K gold, or a combination of both.

Aside from one model highlighting a treated steel bezel, all the new watches are improved by polished earthenware bezels, somehow reproducing the look of the original Constellation Manhattan of 1982, which utilized sparkly sapphire glass. The Roman numerals – a mark of the collection – have been produced in either Omega Ceragold or Liquidmetal.

Steel with steel bezel and blackened Roman numerals

Steel with clay bezel and Liquidmetal Roman numerals

Steel and Sedna gold with clay bezel and Ceragold Roman numerals

Yellow or Sedna gold with clay bezel and Ceragold Roman numerals

Slanting along the edges of the case and hooks provided the collection with a more thin look compared to models of the past, and even the crown has been reshaped for added style.

Protected by domed scratch-safe sapphire gems with hostile to intelligent treatment on both sides, the dials are accessible in a wide scope of variations, with sun-brushed or silk-embossed completions. The hands have been smoothed out while the new files take their inspiration from the Manhattan skyline, specifically from the three-sided aspects of the Freedom Tower. The date window is positioned at 6 o’clock position for amazing evenness.

The sapphire precious stone casebacks shows oneself winding Omega Master CoAxial Caliber 8900 (for steel and steel/gold models) or Caliber 8901 (for gold models). The last is enhanced by 18K Sedna gold rotor and equilibrium connect.

All watches have been Master Chronometer guaranteed by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). They offer protection from attractive fields arriving at 15,000 gauss thanks to their free sprung-offset with silicon balance spring. The two barrels mounted in arrangement ensures a power save of at any rate 60 hours.

Most of the new 2020 models will be introduced on cowhide lashes with an enemy of bacterial elastic covering. A decorative metallic link connects each side of the lash to the case.

Strangely, any arm band or lash in the Constellation 39 mm collection can be utilized for the new 41 mm models. The watches are water safe up to 5 bar (50 meters/167 feet).

Costs of the new Omega Constellation Gents Collection 41 mm start from Euro 5,600 (counting VAT)/US$ 5,850 (barring deals charges) for the model in steel with steel bezel and Euro 6,200  (counting VAT)/US$ 6,500 (barring deals charges) for the model in steel with fired bezel.

Our involved survey of the new models will be distributed one week from now.