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Omega Constellation 27 mm co-axial caliber 8521: red gold and diamonds

The Constellation 27 co-axial mm 18 CT red gold watch is one of the most flourishing of the Constellation of Omega range... In addition, it is equipped with calibre co-axial 8521, exclusivity of the brand, from the family of mechanical movements of Omega... guaranteed for four years.

Case brushed and polished this luxurious claws model are red gold 18 carats.

If his bracelet is adorned with brushed links and crimped polished strips of 144 diamonds full size for a total weight of 0.54 carat, bezel is paved with 32 diamonds full size, for a total weight of 0.50 carat.

One... constellation of stars, sometimes curved, sometimes carved in red gold 18-carat completes the mother-of-Pearl Dial, thus giving this model all its identity.

A trapezoidal window indicates the date at 3 o'clock. Polished and faceted, hours and minutes in 18-carat gold hands are covered with white Superluminova to facilitate the reading of the time, even in the dark.

At the heart of this watch, defeated co-axial movement equipped with a sprung Omega Silicon Si 14. It is precisely the dimensions of the movement that helped the watchmaker to apply, for the first time, its technology co-axial exclusive on a 27 mm wristwatch.

It should be noted that the association of the co-axial caliber 8521 and a sprung Silicon offers stability such as the mark accompanied these watches with a four year warranty. Screwed case back is to him with a Sapphire to admire the beauty of the movement.

While the London 2012 Olympic Games will start in just a year, Swiss watch brand Omega (Swatch Group), historical and official Olympic timekeeper, just present this next great sports meeting Watch: Omega Seamaster 1948 Co Axial 'London 2012' Limited Edition. A watch with the vintage look, with a steel casing of 39 mm, water resistant to 120 meters and equipped with an automatic with co-axial on three levels and sprung escapement calibre free.

The first Omega Seamaster was launched in 1948, year when London hosted the Olympic Games for the last time.

To celebrate the holding of the OJ 2012 in London, the "flagship" of the Swatch Group brand comes to present the 1948 Seamaster co-axial 'London 2012' Limited Edition. A piece that was unveiled a year to the day before the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in London.

Recall that when the next OJ of London, Omega will celebrate its 25th mission of official timekeeper of the Olympic Games. Knowing that the watch brand had already filled this role during the 1948 edition...

The 1948 Seamaster co-axial 'London 2012' Limited Edition is a version revisited the first Seamaster automatic Omega. "This is model figure classic timeless, always as elegant today there are more than sixty years" said release of the mark.

This watch features a case 39 mm stainless steel polished and satin with a bezel and polished horns. The Crown bears the Ω vintage logo. The accommodates a Gold Medallion yellow 18 carat which is the London 2012 logo. The watch is water-resistant to 12 bar (120 meters).

The 1948 Seamaster has a silver opaline dial with small seconds at 6 o'clock. Applied the name and vintage Omega logo are white gold 18 carats. Arabic numerals at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o'clock and the hour markers are also in 18-carat white gold. In addition the hour and minute polished diamond as well as a small seconds in blued steel.

If the original appearance of the watch is reminiscent of his illustrious predecessor, the internal device is totally different. Indeed, the Seamaster 1948 is driven by the exclusive caliber Omega 2202, an officially certified chronometer movement, equipped with an escapement on three levels and a free sprung-balance.

This special limited edition Seamaster is mounted on a black leather strap accompanied by looping stainless steel polished vintage style. It will be produced until 1948 copies and marketed in a special box set London 2012.

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