The first Omega Constellation watch was launched in 1892, and since then, it has become well known for its distinctive style and mechanism. Over the years, new pieces have been developed and created under the Constellation collection, and each one bears a strong resemblance to its ancestor. The Constellation star is at the 6 o’clock position on each one, and the watches still have the famous claws, which have been refined and updated. The latest Constellation 2009 watches too seem to continue this tradition but boast of certain features that make them stand apart from the ancestral lineage. The dials of the Constellation 09 are available in a variety of colors like silver, champagne, white mother-of-pearl, black, and brown and are enhanced by the supernova pattern radiating from the Constellation star. Extremely luxurious the “Dauphine plume” hands of the new watches are either rhodium-plated or made of 18kt rose or yellow gold and coated with Super-LumiNova.
Water-resistant to up to 100 meters, this new line is available in various sizes- 24mm, 27mm, 31mm, 35 mm, and 38mm. The 24mm and 27mm models feature the quartz caliber 1376 while the 35mm watches are available either with the quartz caliber 1532 or with Omega’s Co-Axial caliber 2500. The 31mm and 38mm versions feature Omega’s in-house Co-Axial calibers 8520/8521 and 8500/8501. Stylish, elegant, and simply stunning, the Constellation 2009 watches are truly a class apart.
A collection so unique and beautiful, it will surely mesmerize you with its intricate design and mechanism.