Baselworld 2017: Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions

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Baselworld 2017: Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions

Wed, 03/22/2017 - 12:05
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Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer 

Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer

Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions

 

First live taken pictures, first technical details of the new Omega watch and the suggested retail price in Swiss Francs including VAT. What you see here is quite exclusive, unique and being published much ahead of time. So please forgive me that is not yet a full compendium ...

 

 

 

Three watches to celebrate the three professional wristwatches released in 1957.

The design is in respect of the models of 1957, all three watches have Broad Arrow hands and a black tropical dial with off-white vintage prints and logos.

You will find the vintage Omega-sign on the clasp, buckle and crown.

The Seamaster 300 is inspired by the original "CK2913" watchcase, the Railmaster is inspired by the original "CK2914 watchcase and the the Speedmaster by the original "CK2915" watchcase

 

There are two possibilities to buy these watches:

One by one ...

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer limited to 3557 pieces 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer

Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer

 

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer limited to 3557 pieces

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer

Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer 

 

 

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861 limited to 3557 pieces

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861

Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861

 

 

or as the TRIO Set Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions limited to 557 pieces all three together ...

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions

 

 

 

The 39 mm (Height 14,1 mm) steel case of the Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer houses the Omega Co-Axial Calibre 8806 certified as Master Chronometer with a magnetic resistance > 15.000 Gauss. Four years warranty.

 

The 38 mm (Height 12,7 mm) steel case of the Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer houses the Omega Co-Axial Calibre 8806 certified as Master Chronometer with a magnetic resistance > 15.000 Gauss. Four years warranty.

 

The 38,6 mm (Height 13,69 mm) steel case of the Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861 houses the handwound "Moon" 1861 Calibre. Two years warranty.

 

 

Additional there are a leather and a NATO straps offered for each watch. A tool to change the straps is of course included.

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861

Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer

Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer 

 

 

The watches of the TRIO Set of the Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions, limited to 557 pieces, do have their limitation being printed on the dial, the "normal" three watches show their limitation on the caseback.  

 

The prices for the single watches limited to 3557 pieces each, including a "historic" presentation box, a leather valet and the straps:

 

The Omega 1957 Trilogy SEAMASTER 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer:  

6500 CHF including VAT

 

The Omega 1957 Trilogy RAILMASTER Master Co-Axial Chronometer:  

6300 CHF including VAT

 

The Omega 1957 Trilogy SPEEDMASTER Calibre 1861:  

6700 CHF including VAT

 

The TRIO set 3 x 557 pieces, including a "historic" presentation box, a leather valet and the straps, is sold for:  

20.000 CHF including VAT

 

 

Omega 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary Limited Editions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Submitted by Amir (not verified) on Wed, 03/22/2017 - 16:39 Permalink

These are remarkably close to the original three watches from the 50s.... They are beautiful pieces, but I think overpriced as a whole. I also prefer the "non trilogy" Railmaster you presented more (for price and design).

Submitted by Lins-Barroso (not verified) on Thu, 03/23/2017 - 18:11 Permalink

All pieces are amazing faithful re-editions, but if you could buy just one, what would be your choice?!

Submitted by Mark Martinez (not verified) on Fri, 03/24/2017 - 00:29 Permalink

The Trilogy on the the limited editions should have been left off, my 2 cents, but otherwise gorgeous!

Submitted by Amir (not verified) on Sun, 03/26/2017 - 07:27 Permalink

I thought more about this trio after I heard your interview with Mr. Aeschlimann. I almost wish Omega would develop a manual wind version of the 9300 chronograph movement. I know it may not be size appropriate here; but a manual wind, co-axial, antimagnetic movement might be a compelling choice for a future Speedmaster.

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