The new Omega watch boasts the brand’s groundbreaking Co-Axial technology and is sculptured from exquisite materials.
The case of the watch measures 38 mm in diameter and is crafted from 18K white gold. It is coupled with a black alligator leather strap fitted with an 18K white gold buckle.
The “Milestone 1941” watch accommodates an exclusive manual-winding chronograph movement - the Omega calibre 3203. The precision of the movement is crowned by the COSC- chronometer certification. It incorporates the Co-Axial escapement with a free sprung balance, and a column wheel chronograph mechanism.
The varnished black dial of the Omega watch features a telemetric scale on its first outer ring that has kilometers per hour graduations, a minute track on the second outer ring, as well as a “snail” tachymeter scale presented on the inner ring based on 1000 units per hour.
The hour numerals and indexes are provided with Super-LumiNova coating. The hours and minutes are indicated by classic white skeleton hands, also coated with Super-LumiNova. The dial boasts perfect legibility under any light conditions.
The dial is completed with two sub-dials: a 30-minute chronograph counter and small seconds counter at 3 and 9 o’clock respectively.
The Omega Museum Collection Collector’s Piece Number 9, “Milestone 1941” is presented in a special museum box. As Watches.InfoNIAC.com found out, the timepiece will be available in a limited number of 1941 pieces.
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