Luxury watchmaker Omega, launched its first ever Master Chronometer, the Globemaster. A three-handed watch heavily influenced in its design by the brand’s historical Constellation models and containing its first Master Chronometer movement, Caliber 8900.
The case of the Omega Globemaster is made of stainless steel, the case has a polished, fluted bezel made of scratch-proof tungsten carbide. With the dial, Omega introduces an all-new, lustrous gray color with a sunburst finish and numerous blue highlights. The polished hour and minute hands are blued, faceted, and also coated with Super-LumiNova for legibility in low light. The new movement, which powers the timekeeping functions as well as the annual calendar indications (including the date in a window at 6 o’clock), is Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 8922, an evolution of the base Caliber 8900.
The classic Globemaster is the premier Omega timepiece to ace the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology’s tough Mater Chronometer standards, checked by eight rigorous tests over 10 days.
[ Via : Luxuryfacts ]