Omega 2500

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The Omega 2500 is a co-axial automatic movement from Omega.

History

The 2500 is based on the Omega 1120 calibre, which was itself a derivative of the popular ETA 2892-A2. This calibre was the first ever to include the Co-Axial escapement invented by George Daniels on its introduction in 1999. The movement comes in versions 2500A, 2500B and 2500C.

Cal. 2402

Calibre 2402 is a skeletonized no-date version of Cal. 2500.

Cal. 2403

Calibre 2403 is a no-date version of Cal. 2500.

Cal. 2507

Calibre 2507 is a no-date version of Cal. 2500 with "bullet" decorations on the rotor.

Cal. 2627

Calibre 2627 is a version of Cal. 2500 with small seconds at 9:00 and a power reserve indicator at 6:00.

Cal. 2628

Calibre 2628 is a version of Cal. 2500 with an adjustable central 24 hour hand.

See Also

  • Omega 2007 - A similar Co-Axial movement with no seconds
  • Omega 2202 - A similar Co-Axial movement with small seconds
  • Omega 2610 - A similar Co-Axial movement with big date

Description:

Self-winding movement
Shock protection
Escapement: co-axial
Yoke winding system

Functions:

Central seconds
Rapid calendar advance
Hacking seconds

Data:

11½ lignes
D ? mm, H ? mm
27 jewels
25.200 A/h
Power reserve 44-48h

Production period:

Since 1999