Elevating the Speedmaster 38, Omega Introduces Eight New Models with Diamond Bezels

Omega is expanding its Speedmaster 38mm collection with a host of new models, a choice of three materials and two dial colors. The new automatic chronographs are available in stainless steel, the brand’s genuine Sedna Gold and Moonshine Gold alloys and paired with a chocolate brown or emerald green PVD dial that is framed by a diamond-paved bezel.

In addition to the diamond-studded grooved oval sub dials, there is also a diamond set into the crown of the cases that have a diameter of 38mm and are water-resistant to 100 meters.

First launched in 2017, the Speedmaster 38 mm offers a luxurious interpretation of the unmistakable look of the chronograph. The new iterations that complement the collection take this coveted design on a new level. For the dials, Omega’s designers took their cue from the look of previous models.

These include the green dial of the 42 mm Moonwatch in Moonshine Gold and the brown dial of the De Ville Chocolate, which was a great success a few years ago. The signature oval chronograph counters and small seconds dial are framed by diamonds. In addition, the dots at 12 o’clock are replaced by two diamonds. Not to be missed is the trapezoidal date window at 6 o’clock.

As a nod to the history of the Speedmaster, all newcomers are equipped with a screw-in case back with an embossed seahorse medallion. They are powered by Omega’s chronometer-certified Co-Axial caliber 3330, a self-winding chronograph with column-wheel mechanism, Co-Axial escapement and free-sprung balance with Si14 silicon balance-spring.

Prices start at $17,400 for the stainless-steel models on a leather strap and $17,800 on a bracelet. The gold versions are priced at $34,000 on a leather strap and $46,400 on a full-gold bracelet.

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