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I recently had the privilege of getting my hands on one of the latest Omega Constellation. While this collection does not have the name recognition of the Seamaster or Speedmaster, it has quickly become one of my favorite offerings from this brand. One phrase experts often use to describe products is “everyday watch.” What this … Continue reading “Hands-On with the Omega Constellation”
Purchasing a new watch from Omega can cost you anywhere from $3,000 to $15,000 in today’s market. While those prices are accessible for a tiny percentage of the population, they aren’t for most others. As a result, collectors often buy used watches. This practice lowers their costs substantially, while at the same time giving them … Continue reading “Used Omega Watches: Tips on Buying One”
Luxury watch collectors often come to a point where they must choose between two brands. One of the most common battles is Omega watches vs. Rolex watches. The primary reason why is that these are two of the most successful companies in the timepiece industry, and both offer a great deal of allure to consumers. … Continue reading “Omega Watches Vs. Rolex Watches: Which Brand is Right for You?”
For more than half a century Omega Constellation watches have reigned as esteemed symbols of refinement and style. Whether its stainless steel, yellow gold or diamond-encrusted pieces, Constellations enjoy a rare and privileged place in the watch pantheon as some of the world’s most-coveted timepieces. Beloved by collectors, these impeccable watches are lovingly referred to as “Connies.” There’s … Continue reading “What You Need to Know About the Omega Constellation Collection”
Omega Constellation Watches
An excellent choice for both men and women is the Omega Constellation. After many years of success with the watch, the collection for women was completely redesigned in 2009 for a fresh look, but still keeping with its classic features. The collection for men is contemporary and dynamic. Each watch has a Constellation star at the 6 o'clock position.