Review Of Baselworld 2016: CONSTELLATION MASTER CHRONOMETER SMALL SECONDS Replica At Best Price

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Continuing the modern reinterpretation of the iconic Constellation, OMEGA has this year furthered the innovation of this timepiece with a new small seconds feature as well as Master Chronometer status.

It is this Master Chronometer certification that sets the watch apart. Introduced among the first ladies’ timepieces to reach the new standard, this Constellation model stands at the forefront of OMEGA’s new era of excellence. For such a refined and compact movement, this is a major achievement for the brand.

The Constellation has often set the benchmark in watchmaking precision, so it makes perfect sense that it should again be leading the way. As a Master Chronometer, this watch has passed the eight intensive tests set by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS), giving the wearer full confidence in terms of accuracy and performance.

Constellations arrived in golden, gold/steel and steel. The gold and the steel variations are most popular and tend to be more expensive then the gold/steel mixes. The gold/steel mixes are also being known as gold-capped, as it is a good golden shell over a stainless steel framework. Whatever the case, the model below is in stainless steel and also gets the diamond shaped hour mark we saw on the Grande Luxe. This is an ancient Constellation, since it has the “bumper” motion, Caliber 354. This version has the 10-sided crown typical of these 1950s Omega Constellation 18k Gold Replica watches, as well as the implemented logo and wording on the dial. This specific model has a nice patina on the dialup, revealing that it has lived life. The gold/steel versions and stainless steel versions consistently came on a strap. If you do find one on a bracelet, it means that it was fitted later on or the trader did that on petition in the time.My number 4 is a gold-capped Constellation with calendar from the late 1950s. Do not confuse gold-capped with plaque or doublé, though; this is a solid gold shell (in mostly 14k gold). The black-dial Constellations similar to this are regarded as rare, and so quite coveted by collectors. Its copper-colored Caliber 504 movement includes a date feature and is well presented by means of a gold, framed aperture on the black dial. The gold stick markers on the dial give the black dial a “trés chique” appearance. However, it’s a rare one, not simply due to the shape and dimensions or the Megaquartz (with a frequency of 2.4 Megahertz) motion, but also because of the Stardust dial. There are also regular black-dial variations of the watch, but this Stardust variant is the one you ought to be looking for. The bulky bracelet appears like this one used on the Omega Speedmaster 125, the anniversary version from 1973. The Stardust dial is made from aventurine quartz, a material we have recently seen used in the Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonphase (click here).





Constellations came in golden, gold/steel and steel. The gold and the steel versions are popular and tend to be more expensive then the gold/steel combinations. The gold/steel combinations are also being known as gold-capped, as it is a good gold shell over a stainless steel framework. In any case, the model below is in stainless steel and also has the diamond shaped hour mark we saw on the Grande Luxe. This is an ancient Constellation, as it still has the “bumper” movement, Caliber 354. This version has the 10-sided crown typical of these 1950s Omega Constellation Water Resistance Replica watches, in addition to the implemented logo and wording on the dial. This particular model has a nice patina on the dial, showing that it’s lived life. The gold/steel models and stainless steel models consistently came on a strap. If you do find one on a bracelet, it means it was fitted later on or the dealer did that on petition in the time.My number 4 is a gold-capped Constellation with calendar in the late 1950s. Do not confuse gold-capped with plaque or doublé, though; this really is a solid golden shell (in mostly 14k gold). The black-dial Constellations similar to this are considered to be uncommon, and therefore very coveted by collectors. Its copper-colored Caliber 504 movement has a date feature and is nicely presented by means of a gold, framed aperture on the black dial. Again, the beefy lugs and 10-sided crown make it a normal Constellation with that period.Here is a good example of a chunky, stainless steel mid-1970s Constellation. But it is a rare one, not simply because of the shape and size or the Megaquartz (using a frequency of 2.4 Megahertz) movement, but also due to the Stardust dial. Additionally, there are regular black-dial versions of this watch, but this Stardust variant is the one you ought to be looking for. The bulky bracelet looks like this one used on the Omega Speedmaster 125, the anniversary model from 1973.

In design, it is clear that OMEGA has retained many of the popular attributes of recent Constellation models. The combination of stainless steel and 18K red gold delivers a warm aesthetic style, while the gentle, white pearled mother-of-pearl dial adds to the simple and elegant effect. Other stunning additions include the diamond-paved bezel and sapphire crystal caseback that enables viewing of the new Master Chronometer calibre 8704.

Finally, the new charm of this Constellation lies in the small seconds feature that has been placed at 9 o’clock. With four diamond markers, the subtle inclusion offers a unique extension to the collection. To offer balance in this new style, OMEGA has also moved the date window to 6 o’clock.

Once again, the Constellation delivers on elegance – as well as inspirational craftsmanship that sets a higher standard.

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