Omega would not let itself fall behind competitors this 2021! Instead, the company releases its brand new watches that would be hot items in the market. These timepieces would be additional gems to the already rich collection that OMEGA has. Additions to Omega Constellation, Seamaster Diver, and Seamaster Aqua Terra make up the set of new releases.
In this article, you will have a glimpse of their specifications and enhanced features. Let us see what these recent releases have in store for you! Read on and you might find something for yourself or an item to add to your bucket list of Omega watches.
1. Omega Constellations Small Seconds Watches
Omega Constellations Small Seconds Watches have delivered watches that match and reflect women’s personalities, beauty, strength, power, and even their delicate character as an exclusive line for women. Since 1952, it has been a permanent member of the Omega collections. However, not until the early 80s did it gain notable popularity with the introduction of its claws and half-moon facets.
This year Omega offers you not 1, not double, but four new models in the Constellation collection. All are equally striking and mesmerizing. The dial provides something unique to your eyes and satisfaction. Here are the four new models for Constellation.
Blue dial in peacock color and stainless steel bracelet (22.214.171.124.53.001)
This one will cost you around $US 7,600, so what will you get for such a price? This model and the other new releases are 34mm in diameter and feature a peacock blue dial, engraved Roman numerals on the bezel, and a round date window at 6 o’clock.
While the hands, Constellation star, and Omega are in 18K white gold. Moreover, the incremental diamond hour markers are offered in 18K gold holders. In contrast, the Central Minute Track and Small Seconds are surrounded by rings. Lastly, the watch is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer – Calibre 8802.
Light Chestnut color dial on an 18-karat Sedna gold and stainless steel bracelet (126.96.36.199.63.001)
With US$10,900, you can have this model on your wrist. The light chestnut dial matches perfectly with the 18K Sedna gold and stainless steel bracelet. A fusion of these three elements results in a timeless and elegant timepiece. It combines the self-winding caliber 8802 with small seconds and date in a 34.00mm case.
Mother-of-Pearl on a pink leather strap (188.8.131.52.55.001)
Omega offers this as a combination of Sedna gold and stainless steel. Diamonds are all over the bezel and dial. These diamonds turn the watch into a precious gem itself. Like the other watch from this collection, it is driven by the self-winding caliber 8802.
This watch will cost you US$35,700 for an 18K Sedna gold bracelet and US$22,800 on a burgundy leather strap. Yes, it is highly-priced as compared to the other new models. The dial is Burgundy, and both the bezel and dial are paved with diamonds. Moreover, this timepiece comes with full diamonds on the ring – the central minute track.
Notable additions for the 2021 models are the diamonds both on the bezel and dial or in the dial only. The minute diamonds located around the Second subdial markers and rings on the subdials and the central minute track are other noticeable additions.
2. Seamaster Aqua Terra
Rubies and diamonds, anyone? If you fancy these two gems, then check out Seamaster Aqua Terra. However, you do not need to be a fan of these two precious stones to appreciate this new release for Aqua Terra. The combination is just stunning!
The watch is being offered in two versions: pale pink dial with 11 marquise-cut ruby hour-markers and nude dial encircled with 11 marquise-cut diamonds hour markers. Omega crafted the new models in 34 mm stainless steel and 18K Sedna gold with a symmetrical polished-brushed case body and a sleek bezel set paved with diamonds and a date window at 6 o’clock.
At the same time, the central hour-minute and seconds hands are in diamond-polished 18K Sedna gold. The Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8800 is visible through the flat sapphire crystal on the case back.
3. Seamaster Diver 300MM (184.108.40.206.01.003) in Black
The Seamaster Diver 300MM is a site to see in the dark. The skeleton hands, black PVD indexes, and dots at noon all glow in the dark – in various shades which help to identify the markings. Be ready to spend around US$8,650 for a unit with a helium escape valve on a rubber strap, a polished-brushed black ceramic case complete with a black ceramic crown.
This 43.5 mm by 14.47 mm diver watch features a diving scale, unidirectional bezel, and black rubber strap with a black ceramic buckle.
Finally, you can view Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8806 through its caseback. 55 hours of power reserve is always ready for you!
Indeed, 2021 is the birth of the latest, highly innovative, and attractive watches from Omega. Whether you’re a gentleman or a lady, Omega has prepared something new for you this year. Crafted with modern technology and rare and precious materials, one will surely fall in love with these pieces instantly!