Deemed the first Master Chronometer, Omega unveils the Globemaster, a watch that's movement is not only COSC-certified, but the watch and movement is also certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology. Featuring their most advanced movement to date, the 8900/8901 Co-Axial features magnetic resistance up to 15,000 gauss and a power reserve of 60 hours.


The design of the watch is nothing short of timeless. The watch is available in a variety of finishes including a 39mm sedna gold or stainless steel case with a fluted bezel. On the back of the watch is a sapphire crystal caseback decorated with a medallion matching the watch's case material and is stamped with an image of an observatory inspired by the observatories where chronometer observatory trials took place in the '40s and '50s. 

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