Omega Constellation Master Chronometer Meteorite iN 41mm

The Constellation collection, one of Omega's most venerable series, first made its appearance in 1952, making it second only to the Seamaster in terms of the brand's historical lineup. Initially celebrated for its elegant, chronometer-certified designs, the collection underwent a significant transformation in the 1980s with the launch of the Constellation Manhattan, notable for its unique integrated structure and signature claws. In 2019, the collection was refreshed with designs aimed at women, and this was followed by the introduction of 39mm models for men in 2020. The current highlight of the series is the Omega Constellation Gent's Collection 41mm, which was unveiled four years ago. This line, already admired for its skillfully updated design, has been expanded with five new references bearing the coveted meteorite dial.The 41mm case with a thickness of 13.5mm is available in either stainless-steel, 18k Moonshine gold, or 18k Sedna gold. A brushed finish with some polished bevels is the overall finishing touches on all these models. Mounted by alloy matching bezels (plus a black or green ceramic insert) with Roman numerals in relied.On the flip-side we encounter a sapphire exhibition case back that allows a view into the inner workings of the mechanical movement. It showcases several jewels, while also decorated with Geneva waves in arabesque and blackened screws.They all come equipped with a screw-in setting crown, engraved with the Omega logo. All topped by a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides. Water-resistance can reach up to 50 meters (167 feet).In common all five of these models feature a meteorite dial (sourced from the Muonionalusta meteorite) with the classic Widmanstätten pattern. Depending on your option time can be exhibited with: galvanic silver-gray treatment and black PVD-treated hands and indexes, green PVD treatment and 18k white gold hands and indexes, blue PVD treatment and 18k white gold hands and indexes,

Moonshine Gold PVD treatment and 18k Moonshine gold hands and indexes,
or Sedna Gold PVD treatment and 18k Sedna gold hands and indexes.
As aforementioned the dials are crafted from the Muonionalusta meteorite, sourced from Sweden, which is primarily composed of iron with a notable amount of nickel. Similar to the Gibeon meteorite, it features the distinctive Widmanstätten pattern, although there are subtle variations in its structure.
All models include the iconic Constellation on the dials lower-half. Out of these five options the silver model was the only one that didn’t undergo a PVD coating, opting instead for a galvanic treatment in order to achieve a color as similar to the original material as possible.

Omega Constellation Co-Axial Master Chronometer Meteorite

The “Omega Constellation Co-Axial Master Chronometer Meteorite” (References below) are powered by either the self-winding in-house mechanical movement, caliber 8900 or 8901, which both feature 39 jewels and 25,200 Vph, and a power reserve that can last up to 60 hours, when fully wound. It is a METAS-certified master chronometer movement.Mounted on all these watches are integrated bracelets in stainless-steel, 18k Moonshine gold, or 18k Sedna gold with brushed and polished rounded center links, while secured to the wrist by a butterfly folding clasp with 2mm comfort extension.For more information and price points on all these various options, visit the official Omega website here.

(Ref#: - iN Steel with Silver Dial
(Ref#: - iN Steel with Green Dial
(Ref#: - iN Steel with Blue Dial
(Ref#: - iN Sedna gold
(Ref#: - iN Moonshine gold

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