Pre-Basel: Omega Constellation Star

Omega Constellation Star

A bright new star in Omega’s Constellation family is the Co-Axial 27 mm, for women who appreciate fine mechanical movements. The brushed case with polished claws is crafted from 18k red or yellow gold. The matching bracelet has brushed links and polished bars set with 144 full-cut diamonds totaling 0.54 carat. The bezel is paved with 32 full-cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.50 carat. The screw-in caseback features a sapphire crystal that reveals the Co-Axial movement inside.

The mother-of-pearl dial is completed with a constellation of applied 18k red gold stars, some that are raised and others with a recessed profile. There is a trapezoidal date window at 3 o’clock. The polished and faceted 18k gold hour and minute hands are coated with white Super-LumiNova, making them easy to read even in limited lighting conditions.

The Co-Axial movement at the heart of the Constellation is equipped with Omega’s Si 14 silicon balance spring. The dimensions of the movement have allowed Omega to introduce its proprietary Co-Axial technology in a 27 mm wristwatch for the first time. Omega’s confidence in the Co-Axial caliber 8521 and the silicon balance spring allows it to offer a four-year warranty.

The Omega Constellation Co-Axial 27 mm is water resistant to 10 bar/100 meters/330 feet.

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Omega Constellation Star





About Mike Disher

My name is Mike Disher and I am WatchTime's technical editor. My interest in watches dates to 1972 and I caught the internet bug in 1997. In 1999 I combined these interests by joining TimeZone.com as its first full-time employee, and later that year I attended my first Basel Fair. I managed TZ from 2000-2007, and in 2008 I joined WatchTime.

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