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Omega Speedmaster 38mm Co-Axial Chronograph, now in Full Gold

Omega Speedmaster 38mm Co-Axial Chronograph, now in Full Gold

The first Domoissanite to arrive on the Moon has interested people the same. In 2017, precisely 60 years after the introduction of the primary Speedmaster, the unbelievable Domoissanite made its presentation in a 38mm case, a size obviously better fit to ladies’ wrists. Effectively recognizable as a Speedmaster chronograph, the 38mm models wander from the men’s models with their oval sub-dials and an oval date window at 6 o’clock. Up until now, the Speedmaster 38mm was offered in a decision of steel and bi-metal steel and gold cases and ladies could likewise decide on a jewel set bezel without forfeiting the presence of the immeasurably significant tachymetre scale. For 2020, the 38mm Speedmaster collection extends with the appearance of two new full-gold models; one in Sedna gold and the other in 18k yellow gold, both accessible with or without precious stones on the bezel.

Sedna Gold ‘Cappuccino’

One of the most famous models in 2017 was the ‘cappuccino’, an alluring bi-metal Sedna gold and steel case with a two-tone dial. Like a foamy cappuccino, the foundation was smooth and the coffee-earthy colored sub-dials coordinated the color of the tachymeter scale. The 2020 model comes in a 38mm strong 18k Sedna gold case. Sedna gold is Omega’s restrictive gold combination with an enduring rose gold radiance. A mix of 75% gold, copper and palladium, Sedna gold has an extraordinary rosy color. The hottest of the multitude of gold colors, Sedna gold looks extraordinary with the coffee color aluminum ring of the tachymeter scale and the beige earthy colored leather lash with white sewing. The gold case with its lyre hauls is done with cleaned surfaces and brushed completions on the sides and the caseback is fixed with a huge seahorse medallion.

The dial is currently delivered in a uniform smooth color, including the oval-molded sub-dials. The three sub-dials are orchestrated evenly at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock and marginally recessed with a snailed plan in their inside. The solitary contrasting color on the dial is the white foundation of the date window at 6 o’clock, another oval-molded component on the dial yet adjusted vertically. The applied lists and the hands are totally made in Sedna gold to coordinate the case. To improve neatness in helpless light conditions, the three focal hands highlight brilliant material and little white dabs on the outskirts of the dial mark the hours.

Yellow gold and pine green

The green color plan of this model isn’t new; it has showed up on past models in steel and bi-metal steel and yellow gold. What’s going on is the strong yellow gold case. Completed precisely like the Sedna gold model, the 18k yellow gold is brilliant and glimmering and is water-impervious to 100 meters. The pine green tone of the aluminum embed on the tachymeter bezel is repeated on the green leather lash with white sewing. Additionally accessible with 90 precious stones or without jewels on the bezel, the non-precious stone variant highlights unobtrusive entry points on the bezel marking the Arabic numerals on the tachymeter scale.

The opaline dial includes the exemplary arrow point lists in 18k yellow gold. The hands are additionally made in yellow gold, yet the hands corresponding to the chronograph capacities (the focal chronograph seconds, the 30-moment and 12-hour passed time sub-dials) are stained with a decent overgrown green colour.

Omega Co-Axial Caliber 3330

Both models are furnished with Omega’s in-house programmed chronograph development with a column-wheel component, licensed Co-Axial escapement and a silicon balance spring. An officially confirmed chronometer, the force hold is a strong 52 hours. This Caliber 3330 has an incorporated programmed design with column wheel, and depends on the Piguet 1285.

Price

Both the Sedna gold and 18k yellow gold adaptations of the Speedmaster 38 Co-Axial Chronograph retail for EUR 14,800 without jewels and EUR 17,900 with precious stones. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit omegawatches.com .

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