Powered by the exact same movement used in OMEGA’s first ever wrist-chronographs dating way back from 1913, the handsome watch you see here is being offered to the public in a limited run of only 18 pieces. So, you’d better hurry and grab one while it’s still available. If you’ve got $102K to splurge, that is.
The special watch features a 47.5 mm 18K white gold case with an 18K Sedna gold crown and pusher. A hatched caseback opens to reveal the carefully refurbished 18’’’ CHRO calibre movement (manual-wind with a 40-hour power reserve) behind a sapphire-crystal glass, while a white enamel dial with blued “Empire” hands and hollow Arabic numerals round off the classic timepiece.
Complete with a riveted leather strap, the First OMEGA Wrist-Chronograph is water resistant to 100 feet, not that you’d want to take it for a dip…Buy From Omega $120,000