De Ville Co-Axial Chronometer
Launched in the Basel fair in the year 1999, the Omega De Ville latest model incorporating the co axial escapement was one of the most anticipated watches in the Omega series of timepieces. The introduction of the Seamaster collection and the Speedmaster has overtaken the success of the De Ville in the past few years. But it is considered as Omega’s one of the most classic and elegant designs.
Omega De Ville: A Classic Touch
The Omega De Ville series holds a very special position owing the launch of the Co Axial escapement. The timepiece comes equipped with some of the unique features like the Free Sprung Balance Omega Calibre 2500 chronograph movement. The word “Co Axial Escapement” can be seen beautifully carved on the case of the wrist watch.
With the shiny polished surface, the finishing of the Omega De Ville has been done in an exquisite style. The Omega’s logo adorns the crown being tightly secured by the two horns. The designing is done in an outstanding manner with a perfect crown shape to make the manual winding convenient.
De Ville: An overview
Equipped with a stunning dial, the De Ville Chronometer Chronoscope is sure to catch the gaze of the onlookers luring them in its charm. The sunburst metallic dial with the semi reflective feature fashions the dial surface with the stylish numerals and hour markers placed on it. The detailed making of the timepiece envisages the precise engineering delivered in the making of the watch.
Polished with the shining and brushed edges, the indices and numerals in the timepiece have also been gleamed with the shiny polish making it sparkle. The designs of the sub dials is laid in an exquisite manner making it stand apart from the contemporary timepieces. A symmetrical balance has been maintained in the positioning of the sub dials on the dial surface. The three sub dial features the functions of hour, minute and seconds hand totalizer.