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  • Name:Constellation Co-Axial 35mm
  • Case:Stainless steel
  • Dial:Silver
  • Movement:Automatic
  • Watch Label:Swiss Made
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Retail:$418.00 Your Price:$278.00

Omega Information:


  • Material:Stainless steel
  • Bezel:12 Hour (fixed)
  • Glass:Sapphire
  • Back:Open
  • Shape:Round
  • Diameter:35.00 mm
  • W_R:100.00 m


  • Color:Silver
  • Indexes:Index
  • Hands:Dauphine


  • Omega's co-axial version of the ETA 2892-A2.
  • Type:Automatic
  • Brand:Omega
  • Caliber:2500
  • Base:ETA 2892-A2
  • Display:Analog
  • Diameter:25.60 mm
  • Jewels:27
  • Reserve:48 h
  • Frequency:25200 bph
  • Time:Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Date:Date
  • Additionals:Co-Axial Escapement, Chronometer

Omega Watch Description:

The Omega Constellation is one of Omega's iconic watches. The design of the current model is based on the original Constellation Manhattan of the early eighties, which has been refined and improved throughout the decades. Its lines are clean and modern; architectural almost. Yet the Constellation still exudes a certain air of elegance and refinement that is hard to replicate.

The current model has a case of 35mm, which houses the self-winding caliber 2500. As reference, the stainless steel case and bracelet are paired to a silver dial with embossed lozenge pattern.

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