Omega launched the first tourbillon movement in 1947, participating in the competitions for accuracy including Geneva Observatory, Neuchatel Observatory and Kew-Teddington Observatory. In 1994, the first Omega with central tourbillon had been released. The tourbillon has been set in the center of the dial, which is distinctive. Now, Omega creates the legend in watchmaking industry by launching the perfect copy Omega De Ville with central tourbillon.
In this 43 mm timepiece, the dial is made by 18 k Sedna® gold that is coated with black PVD-coating. The tourbillon structure in the center of the dial is crafted by black porcelain titanium. The new timepiece not only owns extraordinary precision, but also combines the pioneering watchmaking technology and advanced material including two rare 18k alloy: Canopus gold and Sedna® gold. The brand’s logo and central body of the case are crafted by Canopus gold. As the unique white alloy, the pure color and long-lasting luster demonstrate the nobility of the watches.
The lugs, bezel and case back are crafted by the exclusive Sedna® 18K gold. Presented on the black leather strap, the watch looks classic and generous.