Omega De Ville Co-Axial GMT

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Omega De Ville Co-Axial GMT Rotgold
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De Ville Co-Axial GMT is a wristwatch series by Omega.

In 1999 Omega unveiled, as part of the elegant men's watches series De Ville, the new co-axial escapement, invented by George Daniels and brought to series production by Omega. Since then first models of the series, and afterwards also the sports models have been increasingly equipped with this escapement.

The model De Ville Co-Axial GMT extends the range De Ville Co-Axial Chronometer to a GMT indication in 24-hours mode.

Reference:

4833.31.32 stainless steel
4533.31.00 stainless steel, stainless steel bracelet
4651.20.32 red gold
4662.20.32 red gold, midsize, leather strap
4562.31.00 stainless steel, midsize, stainless steel bracelet
4862.31.32 stainless steel, midsize, leather strap

Movement:

Self-winding movement Omega 2628 (basis Omega 2500/ETA 2892-A2), 28,800 A/h
Co-axial escapement
Certified chronometer (COSC)
Rhodinated movement
Power reserve 44-48 hours

Case:

Stainless steel / yellow gold / red gold
D 38.7 mm (midsize: 35 mm), H ? mm
Domed sapphire crystal
Waterproof to 100 m

Dial:

White
Hours, minutes, central seconds, date
Dual time zone

Bracelet:

Reptile leather with folding clasp or stainless steel or gold bracelet

Literature

  • Omega-Uhren. Kaleidoskop einer bekannten Swiss Marke; Author: Anton Kreuzer; ISBN 3853783546
  • Omega-Modelle; Author: Anton Kreuzer; ISBN 3853784186
  • Das ZEITGEFÜHL-Uhrenbuch; Author: Gerd-Lothar Reschke; ISBN 3-938607-61-0