The looks of the Globemaster are familiar to those who understand vintage Omega watches, but it’s not quite a vintage remake. Instead it’s a blend of elements of from various Omega Replica Watches Swiss Movement Constellation models from the 1950s to 1960s. The name itself was once applied to early Constellation watches in the 1950s.
Similarly, the pie pan dial, named after its shallowly domed, facetted shape, is taken from early Constellations, as is the inlaid star at six o’clock. Both the Omega Replica Watches fluted bezel and tonneau-shaped case, on the other hand, can be found on the 1960s Constellation C. And on the back the relief medallion featuring an observatory has been the trademark of the Constellation line since its inception.
Inside the steel Globemaster watches is the Master Co-Axial calibre 8900, while the gold versions are equipped with the calibre 8901. These movements are the first with the Omega Replica METAS certification announced last year, making them Master Chronometers.
Fittingly with its vintage style, the Best Omega Replica Watches Review Globemaster is 39 mm in diameter, just right for the correct retro feel. It’s offered in a diverse range of materials, starting with the base model in stainless steel. Despite being entry-level, the steel model is not entirely steel; its bezel is made from tungsten carbide, a hard, grey metal usually used for the tips of industrial drills.
Two-tone steel and gold models are also available, as are solid gold models. Both are available in either yellow gold or Omega’s patented Sedna gold, a red gold alloy that does not fade over time.
The top of the line model is the comically expensive platinum limited edition of 352 pieces. This Swiss Omega Watch has a solid platinum dial with a grained finish, with the white gold hour markers and hands filled with dark blue enamel. Similarly, the observatory medallion on the back is also in blue enamel. And it’s fitted on a leather strap stitched with platinum threads.