One of the most coveted luxury watches in the world is Omega. With its remarkable features and history, it is not a question of why anyone will love this brand. Who would’ve thought that such a wristwatch could offer more than just time monitoring? Though many watch brands provide their exquisite features, Omega is up for a good competition.
This year, 2021, Omega announced its new releases, though not new models. The previous models upgraded and offered a more stunning collection with their additional features. Lovers and enthusiasts of the classic models will surely love the new upgraded versions. So, Let’s find out more about these Omega timepieces for 2021.
1. Constellation Manhattan – Small Seconds
The Constellation now comes in a new 34mm case size with a case height of 11.7mm in 18k gold, stainless steel, or a mix of steel and gold in 2021. The iconic claws are polished and beveled as well, embracing the case’s sides at three and nine o’clock. Most of all, it is powered by Omega’s outstanding Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber. This classic timepiece is something you’ll give a second glance at for its timeless beauty.
Another iteration is the little seconds subdial, positioned at 6 o’clock and is lined up with the round date window. As a result, another circle is overlaid on the central minute’s track to mark the little seconds. The new release offers vibrant dial colors, such as mother-of-pearl, gold, and stainless steel. Of course, the classic design with diamonds as embellishment is still up for this year.
2. Seamaster 300 – Substantial Iterations
Omega Seamaster 300’s iterations include new features in design and its mechanism. It is now available in blue or black dials and two reinvented bracelet options such as leather straps and stainless steel. In addition, it has a new quick-set clasp that allows adjustments up to 3 micros. Seamaster 300 looks more prominent than before because of the dial and thinner bezel. However, the face remains the same with its traditional broad arrow hands and the famous lollipop seconds hand.
This 41mm timepiece has a slimmer case because of its domed sapphire crystal. When it comes to movement, it is now Master Chronometer Certified. The said certification has changed its appearance. It is directly placed at the case back instead of putting it on the dial.
Another iteration of Seamaster 300 is the 5th version in the bronze-gold alloy in which this metal withstands extreme oceanic conditions. This bronze alloy comprises copper, silver, palladium, and 9k gold, thus, resulting in its oxidation resistance.
3. De Ville Tresor – New Power Reserve
The subtle design of Omega De Ville Tresor remained but has better iterations that Omega lovers will surely love. This 18k yellow gold Tresor dress watch measures 40mm in size. What protects the domed crystal silver dial is the box-form sapphire crystal that has an anti-reflective treatment. In addition, the new Trésor showcases two sub-dials: one that shows the power reserve (noon) and another that displays the seconds (6 o’clock).
The watch doesn’t have any illuminating material because the markers, hands, and white dial are refined gold. Besides power reserve and compact seconds, the new Trésor watch has some distinctive features, such as relocating some inscriptions on the dial. Apart from these new features, De Ville is also one of the cheapest Omega watches in their models.
4. Seamaster Diver 300M Black Black – Monochromatic Black
For the past years, an all-black watch has been trendy. This year, Omega Seamaster Diver 300M takes a step in wearing monochromatic black attire. Let’s start with the case. It uses a black ZrO2 ceramic case, measuring 43.5mm in diameter, with a screw-down crown and helium relief valve in the 10 o’clock position.
The stylish, tough-looking appearance is finished off with an all-black dial. It has the collection’s trademark wave pattern made from black ceramic. Everything about the watch was from one piece of ceramic. For increased legibility in the dark, the black PVD-coated indices feature anthracite lume. The minute hand contains green emission to complement the dot on the diving bezel.
An extremely significant consideration, there is no indication of a date on the watch, potentially appealing to a wide range of buyers. Despite the color, the legibility is remarkable, even with a black-out dial. This all-black Omega Seamaster has a black rubber strap that goes with it and a ceramic pin buckle to lock it up.
With Omega’s 2021 new releases, the wait is over for its fans. Omega lovers waited for the launching of these fantastic models. More so, the watch collectors have eyes for excellent chronographs. Have you decided what Omega watch to purchase? Should you opt to own this fantastic wristwatch, go to our website to find the best deals. At The Watch Company, you’d surely relish your buying experience with us. Talk to us now!