Omega’s Globemaster Annual Calendar Collection Gets A Trio Of Stylish New Expressions

The Omega Globemaster Annual Calendar is a dressy selection of watches – and naturally finds its place as a sub-collection of the Constellation. It has a hint of flash, thanks to its fluted bezel. It also has a ‘pie-pan’ dial, a design first seen in the original 1952 constellation, which consists of faceted edges that form a sort of chapter ring.

For this winter, the Globemaster is presented in three new on-trend variations, all in 41mm. These are: a green-dialled version with steel case and hard-wearing tungsten carbide bezel (RM34,700); a burgundy-dialled execution with steel case and Sedna gold bezel (Omega’s proprietary red gold alloy) for a two-tone look (RM46,300); and a version cased entirely in Sedna gold, accompanied with a colour-matched dial (RM127,700).

The Globemaster Annual Calendar is expressed via a date window at 6 o’clock, and an additional hand to indicate the month. The months are inscribed between the hour markers in an elegant, flowing script that lends a touch of old-school class. As an annual calendar complication, it only needs adjustment once a year at the end of February. Other than its date-keeping prowess, the self-winding movements (calibre 8922 for steel-cased variants and calibre 8933 for the Sedna gold) within have a 55-hour power reserve and boast of the brand’s modern-day standard of Master Chronometer certification. On the back of the watch, set in the middle of the display caseback, is a Central Observatory medallion – a nod to Omega’s success during mid-century precision trials.

For more information about the Omega Globemaster Annual Calendar, check out the watchmaker’s website here.


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