The mesmerising complication takes centre stage in the new De Ville timepiece
Omega has figured out a way for a tourbillon to operate smoothly even under a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss. This technical marvel is showcased in the De Ville Tourbillon Numbered Edition endowed with the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 2640, the first Master Chronometer-certified manual movement with a central tourbillon.The tourbillon cage is fashioned out of black ceramised titanium.
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Design-wise, the watch is encased in an 18k Canopus gold, a precious metal noted for its lasting superlative brilliance. The lugs and bezel are crafted in 18k Sedna gold. The dial is also in 18k Sedna gold and treated with black PVD.
Turn the watch around to discover the 18k Sedna gold mainplate and bridges with a 3-day power reserve indicator.
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