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.

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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. 

Available in stores this November, more info at omegawatches.com.

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