Omega Creates De Ville 4-Counters Co-Axial Chronograph for Valentine's Day

Dec 11, 2009
The famous Omega De Ville collection welcomes a new timepiece - the De Ville 4-Counters Co-Axial Chronograph watch. The timepiece is expected to be available for Valentine's Day 2010 as a fine gift for him. The De Ville watch demonstrates highly attractive classical design and technical excellence.

The new Omega watch catches the glance by its four-counter chronograph readout on the dial.

The sophisticated 41 mm case, the concave bezel, and the refined bracelet are sculptured in finely brushed stainless steel. The bracelet incorporates four slender stainless steel links with a brilliant high polish. The bracelet is fitted with a triple-folding clasp with the signature Omega symbol.

The timepiece is 100-meter water-resistant.

The dark metallic grey with red accents dial fascinates by its complex construction. The part of the dial with the four balck sub-dials is slightly below the major dial that is completed with finely beveled indices and hands. You will also notice two windows, one positioned below the applied Omega logo and the other at 6 o'clock. The windows display the day of the week and date, respectively. The dial is protected by a subtly curved scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

The chronograph mechanism can record elapsed minutes, hours, and even days, and small seconds, the latter with help of a continuously running skeletonized dagger-like hand.

The Omega De Ville 4-Counters Counters Co-Axial Chronograph watch accommodates the self-winding Omega Calibre 3890. The sophisticated mechanical movement incorporates the brands legendary Co-Axial Escapement for minimizes friction and long-term accuracy. The movement is also fitted with a freely sprung balance for optimized isochronism and greater shock-resistance.

With the balance frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the movement gives an advantage of a 52-hour power reserve. The chronograph records elapsed time to the nearest 1/8th second.

The Calibre 3890 boasts fine decorative elements, including the bridges and central winding mass with Cotes-de-Geneve patterns and the mainplate with circular graining.

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