Omega Adds New Dials to the De Ville Prestige collection

There’s definitely more to Omega than simply its notorious games watches, the notable Speedmaster and Seamaster. Despite the fact that the brand has somewhat worked on its contribution throughout the long term, two different assortments, both zeroed in on class, should be referenced. First is the Constellation, watches roused by the brand’s accuracy models of the past. Second is the De Ville, which can be defined as the brand’s exemplary, rich assortment, including ladies’ models and smooth, refined looks for men. Today, the ageless, marginally 1960s-propelled De Ville Prestige assortment is extended with 5 new references, which come with redesigned dials and a lavish combination of materials. 

The De Ville Prestige is Omega’s assortment for the individuals who need something exemplary, exquisite and limited. Extents are compact, dials are detailed, refined at this point immortal, developments are moderately straightforward yet at the same time in accordance with Omega’s devotion to exactness and dependability. The De Ville Prestige is about wonderful materials and nitty gritty design. This year, while adhering to the exemplary codes of this watch, the assortment is broadened with new references that add new tones and material combinations, yet additionally marginally update the layout.

All of these new Omega De Ville Prestige share similar extents and design, with an altogether cleaned 39.5mm case, a generally slight profile and a delicate, exemplary shape that reviews 1950s and 1960s dress watches. The slim bezel has a domed profile and the carries are short, for better comfort and the desired polish. The dials, despite the fact that marginally redesigned with a new rail route minute track, a combination of vertical and sunray brushed surfaces, a date window currently situated at 6 o’clock, hold the exemplary combination of applied Roman numerals and cabochons – a design that was utilized by Omega during the 1950s – and slim leaf-formed hands.

Among these five new references, four of the models are time-and-date watches. Omega here plays with shadings and materials. There are two treated steel and 18k red gold models, both worn on two-tone 7-interface wristbands. One has a shiny white dial with gold-hued hands and indexes, the other has a PVD cloth hued dial with dim indexes and hands.

Also, there are two tempered steel and 18k yellow gold models. The first is the boldest of the new references, with a two-tone cleaned wristband and a dial with a dim PVD green tone, and gold-plated applied numerals and hands. The subsequent model is worn on a croc calfskin lash and is fitted with a PVD Moonshine Gold dial with precious stone indexes.

All four models are controlled by Omega’s Caliber 2500, a solid development of the ETA 2892, furnished with the Co-Axial escapement. It runs at 25,200 vibrations/hour and its force save is of 48 hours. At last, it is chronometer-certified.

The fifth model in this new Omega De Ville Prestige assortment is an alternate interpretation of this watch; it has a treated steel case, a more contemporary blue dial and an alternate presentation. Indeed, it includes a little seconds, a force save pointer and a date at 3 o’clock. It is worn on a blue croc lash. Inside is the type 2627, a development dependent on the 2500, with extra complications. It is additionally chronometer-affirmed and comes with a Co-Axial escapement.

The costs for these new De Ville Prestige watches are:

  • 424. – steel and 18k yellow gold, cowhide, gold dial – EUR 6,000
  • 424. – steel and 18k yellow gold, wristband, green dial – EUR 7,000
  • 424. – steel and 18k red gold, arm band, material dial – EUR 7,000
  • 424. – steel and 18k red gold, wristband, silver dial – EUR 7,000
  • 424. – steel, cowhide, blue dial with power hold – EUR 4,400

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