Omega Watches Welcome The Newest De Ville Tresor 125 Years

Posted by deepikamahajan on April 30th, 2019

The year 2019 is special in many ways. The world’s largest democracy is about to showcase the biggest display of democratic rights in the form of the national general elections, and Omega watches celebrate their 125th anniversary. Well, some may argue that the former seems much more intense than the latter, but then again, isn’t it all subjective? And to the true watch aficionado, the latter will definitely hold more gravitas.

Enter, The Omega De Ville Tresor 125th Anniversary Edition

As a formidable figure in the Swiss watch industry, a lot of elements are treated differently for Omega watches. For starters, new watch launches are scrutinised and examined at a much higher degree than usual. Fortunately, the watch manufacturer has a lot of experience in that domain. Omega watches launched the new De Ville Tresor commemorating its 125 years of completion in the SIHH 2019. The watch is as elegant as anyone could make it. With a stunning 40mm yellow gold case and stark burgundy leather straps, the timepiece exhibits a red enamel medallion at the back that possesses a very celebratory vibe. The watch utilises a Calibre 8929 movement, which is a manually wound mechanical movement certified by METAS. Not to mention, the timepiece also features the patented co-axial escapement. It also happens to be the first among Omega watches for women to sport a manually wound chronometric movement.

An Ace In Aesthetics

On the basis of appearance, the timepiece is simply fabulous. The colour theme alone is a beautiful contrast between a solid golden hue and a striking burgundy shade. It goes without a saying that not many Omega watches for women ooze this kind of raw energy and vibe that the Tresor 125th Anniversary Edition possesses. Despite not having a clear view of the state of the art in-house manufacture calibre 8929 via a see-through case back, the watch does justice to its ingenuity by reflecting that finesse in its timekeeping.

Another factor that makes this specific model different from other Omega watches is that the watchmaker opted for a manually winding movement instead of an automatic one. This not only makes things exciting, but it also adds value to the reference apart from the hefty Omega tag.

Additional features about the watch include yellow gold batons on the dial as time indices and water resistance of 30 meters which means you are definitely not going diving with this one. The design also accommodates for hands indicating hours, minutes and seconds. At the core of the watch, its heart beats at 28,800 VPH or 4 Hz. The co-axial escapement adds anti-magnetic capabilities as well. The timepiece is impervious to magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gausses.

Needless to say, the De Ville Tresor 125 Years is no Omega Seamaster, yet it is many things that a true Haute Horlogerie enthusiast will appreciate.

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