The Omega Constellation is a great classic of men's jewelry. This timeless watch that first appeared in 1952 is now in its 5th major version. This new collection of men's watches includes 26 new models. It is offered in many variations: bracelet in yellow gold, in sedna gold, in leather, in steel or a mix steel/gold, the choice is yours.
Omega Constellation: a dressy men's watch
Although launched in 1952, the Omega Constellation truly became a benchmark from 1982, when the second version of the Swiss brand's timepiece was launched. In 1995, a softer, rounded version of the men's watch came onto the market. In 2003, Omega innovated with the Double Eagle. Today, the Constellation 2020 offers revised and corrected Roman numerals on the dial, beveled edges as well as a more slim overall look. The hands have also undergone notable changes. They were inspired by the triangular facets of New York City's Freedom Tower.
Leather, steel or gold bracelet
At the level of the dial, Omega has chosen to play the card of minimalism. In total, 26 versions of this new iteration will be marketed. They are made of gold, steel or a combination of these metals. It is also possible to opt for a leather strap (many colors are available: brown, black, grey, blue or green).
At the dial, there is also plenty of choice: black, white, silver, brown, gray or a glossy "silk" textured dial with a white, champagne or blue. Some Constellations are set with diamonds.
This masculine timepiece also offers a new movement, the coaxial caliber 8800. This is of category Master Chronometer. This means that its accuracy exceeds the standards that are required to have chronometer status in Switzerland. For the entry-level model of this luxury watch, it costs around €5,000 for the steel version with a leather strap.