Omega Constellation Double Eagle Jewellery Chronograph

True to the sporty origins of the chronograph, the Double Eagle remains a robust watch for all seasons. It is perfect for those looking for a contemporary watch using the latest technology with a subtle sporting edge that will take them from day to evening in style. But would you actually wear these exclusive timepieces to Golf? Take a look at the two new jewelry version of the Double Eagle Co-Axial Chronograph from Omega. The 18K red gold and diamond chronograph has a chocolate brown dial and 22 baguette-cut diamonds on the 41mm red gold case. The “claws” feature 34 baguette-cut diamonds. Similarly, the bezel and ‘claws’ of the women’s model (in a 35 mm case) are set with 96 diamonds (1.56 carats) and the crown is enhanced with a briolette diamond (0.20 carat). The watch movement is the Omega exclusive Calibre 3313 and the watch has a power reserve of 52 hours.

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Both watches have been fitted with a brown rubber strap fully integrated into the case and fixed with 18kt red gold screws. This highly fluid and ergonomic bracelet has a grooved underside for additional comfort adapted for playing golf. It securely fastens to the wrist with an 18kt red gold-brushed fold-over clasp decorated with a polished Omega logo.

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