Nowadays, colorful watches are on the market, and the new Omega Constellation series Zumba watches are back to life, integrating classic black and stainless steel materials to redefine the trend of contemporary watches. In 2015, Zunba Watch became the world’s first chronometer. Now it continues to lead the development of watchmaking with a new look and more sophisticated craftsmanship.
Solid and elegant
The new Zunba watch features a 41mm stainless steel case, which continues the classic grooved bezel and is made of solid, wear-resistant tungsten carbide.
The black polished dial features the iconic ‘pie’ style, which was derived from the design of the first constellation in 1952. Each facet on the dial is marked with the name of the month, and the hands, hour markers and constellation star emblem are made of white 18K gold. A calendar window at 6 o’clock.
The polished sapphire glass case back is inlaid with a stainless steel observatory badge pattern, which is a well-known sign of the constellation series, symbolizing Omega’s outstanding achievements in the observatory timing competition.
Extreme Observatory Movement
The watch is equipped with a bright black leather strap and is equipped with the Omega 8922 movement. Both the movement and the entire watch have passed the rigorous tests of the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) and are certified by the Observatory.
What is Time to Move: Last year, the Swatch Group announced its withdrawal from Baselworld 2019. Then from May 14th to 16th this year, six high-end brands under the Swatch Group: Breguet, Harry Winston, Blancpain, Jaquet Droz, Glashütte Glashütte Original and OMEGA jointly held a new product launch exhibition in Switzerland to display brand new models of this year. At the same time, nearly 200 media from around the world are invited to participate.