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.