Hands-on video - the First OMEGA Wrist-Chronograph Limited Edition

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Hands-on video - the First OMEGA Wrist-Chronograph Limited Edition

Thu, 10/11/2018 - 21:48
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Back in the year 1913 Omega manufactured its very first wrist-chronograph.

18 original Omega movements (18''' CHRO calibre) found on the markets, holding true historic value, have been totally refurbished and encased into a white gold case.

Only 18 "First OMEGA Wrist-Chronograph Limited Edition" will be made. In my YouTube-video I tell you the entire story of this so particular wristwatch and also its price ...

Be sure not to miss my presentation since as you can imagine it is pretty much impossible to get hands-on on one of them. 

 

 

These pictures are only a teaser...

For the next 15 minutes I invite you to lay back and relax, maybe open a bottle of delicious champagne or drink a glass of good, old whiskey...

The Omega 18 CHRO calibre is unique and its story thrilling. The entire project was a one of a kind adventure, never seen before. Chapeau Omega! I have never before seen anything comparable...

Each of the 18 Omega chronographs will tell its proper history to the new owner. The only thing you need to do ist to listen to the ticking of the movement and close your eyes...

You are curious now? I can understand! Please enjoy this video!

In case you have any questions and you liked it, please lave a comment just hear underneath.

 

 

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Submitted by Peter U (not verified) on Fri, 10/12/2018 - 12:31 Permalink

When all is said and done, the most important aspect of the watch ,is how comfortable will it be to wear. Given the huge size of the watch this should be obvious, especially for someone with a small wrist . It will not be very comfortable. So it will mainly be a museum piece and not something suitable to wear. However I must say that I am impressed, that it is over 100 years old and with refurbishing looks brand new.

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