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Omega Constellation Small Seconds

Born in 1952, the Constellation has become OMEGA’s enduring symbol of beauty and precision

The iconic look we know today, with the distinguishing claws and half moon facets, first arrived in 1982, and has since become one of the world’s most recognised watch designs. This year, OMEGA is adding a new range of Small Seconds models to the collection, enhanced with extra diamonds and a number of unique details.

Constellation Small Seconds

Constellation Petite Seconde © Omega

Overall Design

The watches, with a new 34 mm size, will be offered in a choice of 18K Sedna™ gold, stainless steel, or a combination of both. On top of each case, the bezels will feature engraved Roman Numerals, or a circle of 38 full-cut diamonds.

5th generation style

In keeping with the 5 th generation Constellation makeover that was launched in 2018, all of the watch’s brushed components are complemented by polished bevelling along the casebody and bracelet, while a polished crown also adds to the slimline look. For the most essential Constellation feature, the famous claws are polished and bevelled, and integrated smoothly around the sides of the case.

Symmetrical Dial

Most noticeably, a special symmetry has been given to these new Small Seconds watches. Along with a round date window at 6H, OMEGA has used incremental diamonds for the hour markers, which have been placed in 18K gold holders, and arranged by size around the dial. 

Furthermore, OMEGA has added rings for the Small Seconds subnickdial, as well as the Central Minute Track. On some models, these rings are presented in 18K Sedna™ gold with the addition of delicate single-cut diamonds.

Constellation Small Seconds

Constellation Small Seconds © Omega

Finally, the use of 18K Sedna™ gold or 18K white gold continues for the leaf-shaped hands, the Small Seconds hand, and the applied OMEGA logo and Constellation star.

Captivating Colours

Taking the Constellation in a vibrant new direction, each of these models is presented with a dial of exquisite colour. The first models to be revealed feature dials in sun-brushed burgundy, which exude a sense of luxurious heritage as well as sophistication. Other dials to follow in the collection will include mother-of-pearl, sun-brushed peacock blue or light chestnut.

Constellation Small Seconds

Constellation Small Seconds © Omega

Strap and Bracelets

While some of these Small Seconds timepieces will be set on colourful leather straps to match the dials, the full metal versions will include the Constellation’s legendary mono-rang bracelets. Featuring brushed links with polished central bars, the bracelets also have a butterfly clasp and easy comfort adjustment.

Master Chronometer Certified

On the inside, the watches are driven by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8802 / 8803, offering the Swiss industry’s highest certified standard of precision, performance and magnetic resistance. Each timepiece also comes with OMEGA’s full 5-year warranty.

 

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A company of the Swatch Group, OMEGA has been behind major revolutions in watchmaking technology and the timekeeping of numerous Olympic Games. Its watches are worn by world-famous celebrities and have travelled to the moon, the depths of the ocean and everywhere in between.

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