The first watch to meet the “Master Chronometer” criteria Omega self-imposed last year in cooperation with METAS, the Globemaster takes its design cues from the iconic Constellation timepieces. Most noticeable are the vintage-esque “pie pan” dial and fluted bezel — elements diehards immediately connected with. The 39mm case comes in stainless steel, yellow gold, two-tone steel and yellow gold, and Omega’s proprietary Sedna gold and is available in two dial styles — silvered opaline and blue sunbrushed, as well as several strap and bracelet options. Omega’s much-labored Caliber 8900 movement is the power source. The hour hands, minute hands and hour indices are treated with Super-LumiNova. And on the caseback is an engraving of an observatory’s cupola — a reference to the site where the famed chronometry tests of the 1940s and 50s took place.
Price: Starting at $7,700
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