2012 Basel: Omega Launches Constellation Coaxial Female Watch

Omega launched the Constellation watch in 1952. This series was enthusiastically sought after for its high-performance movement and elegant appearance, and it has continued to release new works since then. . Now, the brand has launched a new constellation coaxial 27mm 18K red gold ladies watch at the just-opened BaselWorld 2012.

The new constellation coaxial 27mm 18K red gold ladies watch features a matte case made of 18K red gold with a diamond-set bezel set with 32 brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 0.50 carats. White mother-of-pearl dial with 18K red and gold star emblems undulating on the dial to form a constellation pattern, with a trapezoidal calendar window at 3 o’clock. The polished 18K gold arched hour and minute hands are coated with a white luminous coating, making it easy to read time in low light.

¬†Through the screw-in transparent sapphire crystal case back, the perfect operation of Omega’s unique 8521 coaxial movement is clearly visible. This small-size movement makes it the first time that the brand has applied its unique coaxial technology to a 27mm model. The movement’s Omega Si 14 silicon hairspring brings exceptional stability to the watch. Equipped with 18K red gold bracelet with frosted links and polished chain needles, which are set with a total of 144 brilliant-cut diamonds, weighing a total of 0.54 carats. 100 meters waterproof. Also available in 18K yellow gold.