Omega: Museum Series
Omega Museum series shows the brand excellence brilliant watchmaking tradition. The prototype of the Museum Series was selected from the Omega Museum and must be an outstanding timepiece with a history of more than 50 years. Museum series watch the traditional superior design-oriented, innovative blend of Omega watchmaking contemporary technology to re-create limited
To the Omega in sports timing in the history of the leading position to pay tribute
Museum Series No. 8 “Racend Timer” watch marks the Omega for sports time to make outstanding contributions. Omega in the field of sports time has made the glorious achievements of the world respected, this watch is to the end of the light-sensitive camera Racend Timer tribute to the combination of the perfect technical content and aesthetic design.
Cikuan watch name comes from the advent of the 1949 Omega light perception camera, the sports timing device timer and slit end camera in one. A year ago, Omega introduced the photoelectric cell at the 1948 London Olympics to work with the end-point camera manufactured by British Race Finish Recording. After that, Omega and the company, developed the Omega light perception camera (OMEGA Racend Timer), since the sports time to open a new page.
To commemorate the sports time on this important milestone, Omega launched the Museum Series 8 “Racend Timer” watch. This watch equipped with Omega’s unique 3201 coaxial movement, movement in the revolutionary coaxial escapement and non-card balance spring balance for the watch to bring long-term precision and stability and reliability. This watch by the Swiss official Observatory (COSC) certification, has sophisticated sophisticated wheel timing device.
Watch the 39 mm case and bezel are 18K red gold material, polished by grinding. The hour and minute hands are also made of red gold. Polished table engraved with a unique series of museum designs and limited edition number.
“Racend Timer” watch dial for the white silver. Through the anti-reflective sapphire crystal, dial details clearly visible. Dial with red pulse meter and blue tachymeter.
Omega Museum Series 8 “Racend Timer” watch using brown alligator strap, polished with a polished 18K pink gold clasp. The world’s limited edition of 1949 pieces.