That’s one of the points of interest being a watch writer: wearing such countless various watches. More than one sensibly might have at any point have purchased. This week is no exemption. I’m ready to attempt the Omega Constellation Globemaster in treated steel and Sedna gold.

Omega Constellation Globemaster Co-Axial Master Chronometer 39mm

A genuine model sign, isn’t it? I can’t help thinking that Omega is pleased about the details of their watches, and they’re anxious to tell you them. This two-tone Globemaster is a genuine watch also however.

Who’s scared of gold and steel?

Personally I’ve never been apprehensive about gold and steel (two-tone) watches, and a couple of them are consistently in my assortment. There are even a few watches which I like in gold and steel over completely steel. The Cartier Santos, the Ebel Wave, and even the previous model of the Rolex Submariner Date are some examples.

18K Sedna gold bezel and crown

And it appears to be that all in all gold and steel watches are acquiring prevalence once more. Tudor brought the in the mean time very mainstream Heritage Black Bay in gold and steel ( we covered it here ), and the watch I’m wearing this week draws in a ton of positive responses also. Not without reason.

Sedna Gold

The combination of steel and Sedna gold is now an awesome one, the materials will in general go well together. The dark blue dial in combination with Sedna gold isn’t anything not exactly splendid be that as it may. Sedna gold is Omega’s

Globemaster, love from the outset sight?

It took some time before the Omega Constellation Globemaster began conversing with me. It’s a watch I truly needed to become accustomed to. My first experience was at the underlying introduction only in front of Baselworld 2015. We did a report on that which you’ll find here . At that point in the spring of 2016 I had the chance to wear a hardened steel Globemaster for seven days. Not long before Robert-Jan checked on it after he wore it for a month.  It truly began to develop on me nonetheless, when I saw Robert-Jan wear his 18K gold Globemaster all the more regularly. In the interim my underlying hesitance blurred, and the Globemaster acquired its situation in the Constellation family.

Classic Constellation plan Pie-Pan dial

Specifications, Technical Data, and Pricing

While the model sign of the Omega Constellation Globemaster may be great, its reference number and determinations unquestionably are. On the off chance that you’re searching for precisely the model I’m wearing this week, pay special mind to Omega’s reference number 130.23.39.21.03.001. A treated steel case combined with a 18k Sedna gold fluted bezel, fitted with a dull blue cowhide strap.

Revealed through the sapphire glass case back is Omega’s type 8900. Unaffected by even solid attractive fields of 15,000 gauss and then some. Type 8900 has a Co-Axial escapement and is Master Chronometer ensured. We clarified what that implies here .

Atti-intelligent treated domed sapphire crystal

Protected by an enemy of intelligent treated sapphire gem one finds the wonderful dim blue dial. It’s made in the exemplary Omega Constellation pie-skillet style ( see here ), and look so changed in changed light conditions. The breadth of the packaging might have been gained from the model sign as of now, so the thing rests me is referencing its water opposition of 10 bar (100 meters/330 feet).

Price in Europe for this model of the Omega Constellation Globemaster is € 7.900,= which incorporates European deals charges (21%). More data on this and other Omega watches can be found at .

 

 

18K Sedna gold bezel and crown Classic Constellation plan Pie-Pan dial Atti-intelligent treated domed sapphire gem

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