When it comes to Swiss watchmaking craftsmanship, Omega is setting itself apart with its all-new De Ville tourbillon timepiece.

Not only is it the brand’s first-ever manual winding tourbillon, but it’s also the first timepiece from Omega to receive a Master Chronometer certification. The latest De Ville timepiece features a central tourbillon at the heart of the watch with a fluted gold ring around the circumference.

The watch features a heavy amount of gold but in all the right places. Its 43mm case is flushed in a blend of 18k Sedna gold and 18k Canopus gold, allowing it to stand out from the start. 18k Sedna gold also makes an appearance on the bezel and the sun-brushed dial in the same lustrous material treated with black PVD. That’s not all though; it also features on the indexes, the tourbillon titanium bridge as well as on all the hands.

But what makes the Omega De Ville tourbillon so special is that it’s the only numbered edition in the collection. Each timepiece has been handcrafted by a select group of horologists at Omega’s Atelier Tourbillon, taking around an entire month of dedicated work to complete.

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Both 18K Sedna and Canopus gold are featured heavily on the dial, bezel, and case.

Each timepiece will come with its own special box that comes with a travel pouch and a watch crown winder. There is also a certificate that mentions the specific number of each watch. To sweeten the deal, all watches also come with Omega’s full five-year warranty.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on one, head over to Omega’s website for more information. The timepiece is retailing at CHF162,750(approx. RM 666,500)

All images courtesy of Omega.

Wi-Liam Teh
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