In 1957 Omega released its very first ‘Railmaster’ model.
60 years later the new Omega ‘Railmaster’ Co-Axial Master Chronometer follows the same simple and elegant design traits of the original, but with updated touches of style and one of the best mechanical movements available.
I would esteem that for Omega collectors and fans, this rerelease signals a long-awaited and exciting moment …
The 15.000 Gauss saga started January, 17th in 2013 when Omega presented its newest development in Geneva. It was all about magnetism and how to fight the today biggest enemy of the mechanical wristwatch.
Omega decided to build non-magnetic calibres instead of protecting a fragile calibre with a inner soft iron case.
This was a very good and wise decision as we all know today.
Meanwhile Omega offers 11 certified movements in 20 executions manufactured as anti-antimagnetic Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibres.
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