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Omega Constellation Co Axial Chronometer Steel Rose Gold Luxury Watch Review

Contact for pricing and availability; Either I have it, or I can get it! The Omega Constellation Co Axial Chronometer in steel and red gold ( is one of the most popular Omega watches in the world. The "griffon" claw or "Manhattan" Constellation debuted in 1982, and the design has become a favorite of watch buyers in Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and especially Mainland China. This 38mm Omega Constellation automatic is a combination of stainless steel and red gold. Its integrated Omega Constellation bracelet is crafted to a standard that evokes the best of Gerald Genta's work for Audemars Piguet, IWC, and Patek Philippe. The case is cushion shaped and wears with ease; Omega's bracelet is supremely comfortable. Rose gold accents adorn the case in the form of its signature "griffes" as well as polished hour indices on the dial. The Omega Constellation silver sunburst dial features a clever design that anchors the sunburst grain on the rose gold star at six o'clock. A matching rose gold aperture frames the date, and rose gold hands at center track the time. This dial incorporates Super Luminova paint for easy reading at night. Inside the case, which is water resistant to 100 meters, an Omega co axial chronometer caliber 8500 keeps the time. It's a COSC certified Swiss chronometer that boasts a 60-hour power reserve. Omega's sapphire display caseback gives the watch's owner a clear view of his precision Swiss movement. Please subscribe to our channel for the best luxury watch reviews on YouTube: Visit our website at for the latest pre-owned luxury watch arrivals and industry-leading value in previously loved luxury timepieces.