Omega Globemaster a star one year, more attractive the next

The Globemaster has a new movement that drives the annual calendar feature.

Omega Globemaster

The Globemaster was one of Omega’s s star timepieces at Basel last year, and this year returns as an even better looking Annual Calendar.

The addition to the Globemaster range boasts a new case diameter that has been increased from 39mm to 41mm, allowing for greater visibility of the “Pie Pan” dial that is presented in a new shade of grey and reintroduces a classic cross design reminiscent of vintage Omega Constellation models.

The most prominent element of this update is the new movement that drives the annual calendar feature.

Omega GlobemasterIt has been designed with an instantaneous jump, while on the dial, each month has been positioned between the blued indexes.

The months are indicated by a varnished blue hand while the hour, minute and centre seconds hands are blued, facetted and coated with Super-Luminova, along with the indexes.

Other touches of blue include the Omega logo, Constellation star and writing on the dial.

With a steel case and Co-Axial Calibre 8922 movement with Master Chronometer certification, the watch has passed the eight intensive tests and will retail for $11,300.

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