Omega unveils a glimpse of things to come

Omega unveils a glimpse of things to come

Omega 2021 novelties builds on its heritage, introducing a new generation of precision and beauty. Here are our picks of the new releases

Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold

First introduced in 1957, the Seamaster 300 has remained an icon of underwater history for more than 60 years. This year, Omega has introduced a series of new Seamaster 300 models, but what particularly caught our eye was this Bronze Gold model. Inspired by an ancient alloy called Corinthian Bronze, a blend of bronze and gold or silver, Omega’s Bronze Gold is a mix of bronze, 9K gold, palladium and silver. This patent-pending, one-of-a-kind alloy features a soft pink hue and offers incomparable corrosion resistance without verdigris-oxidation, retaining its natural patina over a longer period of time. The alloy is used for the case and buckle, while the bezel ring is in brown ceramic with a diving scale in vintage Super-LumiNova. Like the other new Seamaster 300 models, this 41mm timepiece is powered by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8912.

Constellation Small Seconds

Omega’s enduring symbol of beauty and precision, the Constellation now includes a new range of Small Seconds models, enhanced with extra diamonds and unique details. The new timepieces come in a choice of 18K Sedna gold, stainless steel or a combination of both. On top of each case, the bezels will feature engraved Roman numerals, or a circle of 38 full-cut diamonds. Now in a 34mm size, the new models also feature dials of an exquisite sun-brushed burgundy, exuding a sense of luxurious heritage and sophistication. According to Omega, future models will features dials in mother-of-pearl, sun-brushed peacock blue or light chestnut. Inside the Constellation Small Seconds is the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8802/8803, offering the Swiss industry’s highest certified standard of precision, performance and magnetic resistance.

De Ville Trésor Power Reserve

This year also sees updates to the De Ville Trésor collection, adding a new subdial display and a diverse range of colours and materials. The full Trésor collection will include 40mm timepieces in a range of materials, including stainless steel. For now, they will feature polished cases and bezels in either 18K yellow gold or 18K Sedna gold. The yellow gold model features a grey leather strap, and a domed crystal silvery dial with polished hands and applied domed indices. The Sedna gold model is presented on a burgundy leather strap, with a domed burgundy lacquered dial. Both models includes a small seconds display at 6 o’clock, while the yellow gold model features a power reserve display at 12 o’clock. Both are driven by a manual-winding Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre.

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