Double Testing Standards Tasting Omega Constellation Zunda Stainless Steel Sedna Gold

As the first Omega and the world’s first Observatory watch, the Omega Zumba watch’s exterior design inspiration was inspired by the early constellation series, the ‘pie dial’ dial and the triangular groove pattern The bezel, not only meets the needs of some consumers who are new to Omega watches, but also meets the nostalgia of classic nostalgia for loyal fans of Omega. Today, the Watch House will bring you an Omega Constellation Zunba watch, the official model: 130.23.39.21.03.001.

    Not only does it exceed the standards set by the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC), but it also passes a strict certification procedure approved by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).

Made of 39 mm stainless steel with 18KSedna gold bezel
   Made of 39 mm stainless steel, with 18KSedna gold bezel, the shape is sharp and sharp. The watch is flipped over and equipped with the Omega 8900 Co-Axial Co-Axial movement. The oscillating weight is embossed with an observatory and eight stars. The eight stars symbolize the eight rigorous testing standards that this new watch must pass to obtain the Chronometer certification.

Gear-shaped Sedna Gold Crown
    Gear-shaped Sedna gold crown, the top of the crown is polished and embossed with the Omega ‘Ω’ logo.

Dark blue alligator strap
    Dark blue crocodile leather strap with clear texture and texture feel, with blue pressure stitching at the edges.

Brushed stainless steel case
   The side of the stainless steel case is brushed, and the edges are polished, combined with Sedna gold’s triangular grooved bezel, which has a strong sense of layering and a strong visual retro feel.

Lugs are sharply cut
   The lugs are sharply cut, with natural curvature and comfortable to wear.

Stainless steel folding clasp
   Stainless steel folding clasp. The clasp is also polished and brushed, and is embossed with the ‘Ω’ symbol.

Dark blue ‘pie dial’ as deep as the night sky

   The dark blue ‘pie’ dial, as deep as the night sky, has a white ‘glolemaster’, which is the English word ‘zunba’, under the omega 12 o’clock Sedna gold symbol. At 6 o’clock, ‘co-axial MASTER CHRONOMETER’ is printed to indicate that this is a ‘Zhenzhen Observatory’, which has passed the double inspection certification of the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC) and the Swiss Federal Metrology Institute (METAS).
   The hour scale uses Sedna gold time scale with luminous coating. The Sednna gold hour, minute and second hands, as well as the hour and minute hands, also have a luminous coating. There is a date display window at 6 o’clock. The simple design of the big three pin plus date window is classic and easy to read.

Omega Cal. 8900 Co-Axial Movement

   Equipped with Omega 8900 Co-Axial Co-axial movement, the movement also passed the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC) certification; both the movement and the watch passed the strict certification procedure approved by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).
   With innovative anti-magnetic technology, it can resist the interference of magnetic field up to 15,000 Gauss. Equipped with a springless balance with silicon hairspring and two barrels arranged in succession. The two-way automatic winding system can shorten the winding time and provide a 60-hour power reserve.

   Summary: The Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC) certification is well known, and the eight tests approved by the Swiss Federal Metrology Institute (METAS) are tests that tend to wear the watch in daily life, closer to the actual wearing situation, ensuring the long-term accuracy of the watch . In terms of watch colors and materials, there are 11 different choices, and the price ranges from 50,900 to 299,000 RMB. It can fully meet the needs of different consumer groups in terms of wear and price.

Updated: 12. October 2011 — 8:28
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