Omega – De Ville Trésor
The new De Ville Trésor, introduced by Omega at BaselWorld 2014, is roused to the De Ville Trésor model that was first presented in 1949.
In spite of the traditional and downplayed plan, the 40 mm gold case houses one of the most developed Co-Axial developments the brand has at any point divulged.
The Omega De Ville Trésor is accessible in Sedna (a rose gold amalgam which mixes gold, palladium and copper), yellow or white gold.
The gleaming opaline domed dial is designed with a vintage “Clous de Paris” structure and completed by applied gold files and gold hands, including curved moment and seconds hands.
The words “Expert Co-Axial Chronometer” on the dial comments the extraordinary development inside the watch, the new Omega Master Co-Axial type 8511, a manual winding development that includes a simple time region work, a red gold balance connect, a Si14 silicon balance spring, a three-level Co-Axial escapement and Omega’s select enemy of attractive innovation permitting the watch to oppose attractive fields more noteworthy than 15,000 Gauss.
The development is obvious through the huge domed sapphire precious stone while the engravings around it portray a portion of its remarkable highlights.
The Omega De Ville Trésor is water impervious to 3 bar (30 meters/100 feet) and is offered with an entire four-year guarantee. A stylish bended dark or earthy colored calfskin lash with a cleaned gold clasp completes this watch.