Created in a numbered edition, Omega’s new De Ville Co-Axial Tourbillon Master Chronometer represents the brand’s first Master Chronometer-certified manual wind antimagnetic tourbillon. The tourbillon escapement (that compensates for errors in timekeeping due to the effects of gravity on the watch when it’s in certain positions on the wrist) is centrally located on the dial, unlike most watches that feature apertures at 6:00 or 12:00. Powered by the Caliber 2640, the watch boasts Master Chronometer certification — testing created in-house by Omega about five years ago. The 43mm watch features a sapphire crystal caseback for viewing the movement.
Price: $176,000 in Omega’s proprietary Sedna™ and Canopus™ gold
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