The Globemaster: The world’s first Master Chronometer
Created in the true spirit of OMEGA, the Globemaster houses the brand’s most advanced mechanical movement and features a design inspired by early Constellation models that represent horological expertise and OMEGA’s legacy of precision and outstanding performance.
- Calibre: Omega 8901
- Self-winding movement with Co-axial escapement for greater precision, stability and durability.
- Movement tested by COSC: movement and watch tested according to certification process approved by METAS.
- Resistant to magnetic fields reaching 15,000 gauss.
- Free-sprung balance with silicon balance spring; two barrels mounted in series; automatic winding in both directions to reduce winding time; time zone function; NIVACHOC.
- 18K Sedna™ gold rotor and balance bridge and luxury finish with Geneva waves in arabesque.
- Power reserve: 60 hours
Date / Anti-magnetic / Chronometer / Transparent case back
- Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
- Case: sedna Gold
- Bracelet: Leather
- Dial: Silver
- Water resistant: 10 bar (100 metres / 330 feet)
- Case Diameter: 39mm
The eight criteria for the Globemaster certification process are:
- The function of the movement during exposure to a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss
- The deviation in the running time of the watch in six positions
- The deviation in the running time of the watch between 0 and 2/3 power reserve
- The function of the watch during exposure to a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss
- The deviation of the average daily precision of the watch after exposure to a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss
- The average daily precision of the watch in tests replicating daily wearing conditions (six positions, two temperatures)
- The power reserve of the watch (autonomy – functioning without winding)
- The water resistance of the watch (tested in water).
Availability : available in stores in November 2015
Source: Europa Star June 2015 Magazine Issue