Standing tall as the leaders in the world of horology, Omega proudly unveiled the Constellation collection in 1952. Further divided into Gents, Ladies, Orbis, Star, Sedna and Luxury categories, the collection was re-launched in the past decade due to the overwhelming response received for this watch collection by watch connoisseurs from every part of the world.
One of the legendary constellation timepieces, the Omega Constellation 1819.51.91 blends a contemporary all in one chronograph design philosophy with a legacy of commitment to innovation. This sturdy timepiece features a 41mm wide steel case, housing a stationary black bezel. The bezel is characterised by its 2 griffes on adjacent crown ends, and white coloured roman numerals as the hour markers making for an exquisite appearance. The company’s logo is positioned just below the 12 o’ clock hour marker, and the dial is engraved with arrowhead indexes as the hour markers of the watch. Silver toned sword shaped arms beautify the face of dial with pleasant arm movements. A high quality rubber strap supports the silver steel case, providing maximum wrist comfort for the wearer.
One of the most iconic chronographs of the Constellation collection, the Omega Constellation 1819.51.91 displays a tachymeter on the outer rim of the dial. It also features 3 sub dials; a small seconds sub dial at 9 o’ clock position, a 30 minutes recorder on the 3 o’ clock position, and a 12 hour counter at the 6 o’ clock position of the dial. A date window is provided at the 6 o’ clock position of the dial just above the tachymeter scale. The domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal protects the dial from scratches, and also increases the dial readability in high contrasts. Water resistant to an extent of 100 metres, your watch will not get damaged due to accidental splashes of water. With the Omega 3313 calibre, the timepiece is powered by the co-axial escapement movement.