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Omega Seamaster Aquaterra Coaxial, REF.00658

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Omega Seamaster Aquaterra Coaxial, REF.00658

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  • Marca: Omega
  • Modelo:  Seamaster AquaTerra Coaxial Chronometer Automático;
  • Número:  2502.3000
  • Gênero: Masculino
  • Características: Mecânico automático, coaxial high-grade, bracelete aço, em perfeito estado. Co-axial Chronometer certificado automático, sofisticado, recente movimento patenteado da Omega. Data
  • Caixa: Aço,  42,2 mm sem coroa. Robusta. Dial claro branco prateado em harmonia com o bracelete de aço. A prova d'água 150m/500ft. Peso aproximado: 150g
  • Fundo:  Branco,traseira aparafusada, e vidro transparente em safira, com visualização do movimento. Inscrito modelo, etc;   swiss made.
  • Pulseira:  Bracelete aço, perfeito. Fecho de segurança deployant. Gravado Omega.
  • Comentários: Importante Relógio  Omega Coaxial com caixa e documento(cartão), estado de novo, sofisticado. Elegante e atemporal, um dos autênticos clássicos da Omega  completo com a caixa e com o cartão de originalidade Omega. Preço de Referência (lista): 4.500 Euros 
  •   Acompanha: Diferenciais @webrelogio: Cartão de Originalidade Omega, Caixa de luxo Omega. Livro-catálogo Omega, revista (Omega) recente. Sacola de luxo Omega..

 

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Details:

SEAMASTER AQUA TERRA AUTOMATIC CO-AXIAL MOVEMENT SWISS

SILVER DIAL EXHIBITION SEETHOUGH CASE BACK WATCH

Brand Name: Omega

Model number: 2502.30

Dial window: Sapphire Crystal anti-reflective

Clasp: Deployment Clasp

Case material: stainless-steel

Case diameter: 42.2 millimeters

Case Thickness: 11.5 millimeters

Band Width: 21 millimeters

Band material: Stainless Steel

Dial color: Silver

Bezel material: stainless-steel

Calendar: Date

Movement: Swiss High-grade Movement Coaxial official Chronometer (COSC) self-winding

Water resistant depth: 150M, 500 Feet

Outer box Inner box and Card, Original Omega

Perfect, mint

Price refence: 4,500.00 Euros

 

Additonal Info:

 

The Omega Seamaster is a line of automatic winding chronometer and quartz watches that Omega has produced since 1948, first designed for the British Royal Navy. The Seamaster is particularly popular among celebrities, with famous wearers including Prince William.  The Omega Seamaster typically has a stainless steel case and bracelet (Bond style with Omega symbol clasp), screw-in crown and case-back, water resistant, luminescent hands, bezel, blue, silver or black dial, sapphire crystal (anti-reflective).

Omega has been associated with James Bond movies since 1995. That year, Pierce Brosnan took over the role of James Bond and wore the Omega Seamaster Professional Diver. In all later films, Brosnan also wore an Omega Seamaster Chronometer.

Before 1995, actors portraying James Bond had usually worn the Rolex Submariner, but then was recognized the history of Omega Seamasters in the British military (notably the Special Boat Service, synonymous with the character of Bond). Daniel Craig, the current James Bond of Casino RoyaleQuantum of Solace and Skyfall, also wears the Omega Seamaster; for the first time was  mentioned Omega by name in the film when questioned by Vesper Lynd. These Seamasters are made of stainless steel on a stainless steel bracelet.

 

Coaxial escapement: is a type of modern watch escapement mechanism invented by English watchmaker George Daniels.

The coaxial escapement is a modification of the lever escapement with some features of the detent escapement. Considered by some to be one of the most significant horological advancements since the invention of the lever escapement, the coaxial escapement functions with a system of three pallets that separate the locking function from the impulse, avoiding the sliding friction of the lever escapement. This makes lubrication of the pallets theoretically unnecessary and thereby minimizes one of the shortcomings of the traditional lever escapement. In practice, a small amount of lubrication is used on the locking and impulse surfaces of the pallet stones, reportedly to minimize impact corrosion. 

The critical virtue of the Daniels escapement is the virtual elimination of the sliding friction component; i.e., the sliding of the pallet stones over the teeth of the escape wheel. By utilizing radial friction instead of sliding friction at the impulse surfaces the coaxial escapement significantly reduces friction, theoretically resulting in longer service intervals and greater accuracy over time.

Omega SA has introduced the first mass-produced watch incorporating the technology. It is the only other escapement produced at industrial scale, other than the Swiss lever escapement. The  Caliber 2500, has an oscillation rate of 28,800 bph (8 bt/s), considered a "hi-beat" movement.


 
 

Additional information:

 

¬...Omega SA is a  Swiss luxury watchmaker based in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. Formally operating as the La Generale Watch Co, founded in 1848, later incorporating the name Omega in 1903. Britain's Royal Flying Corps chose Omega watches in 1917 as its official timekeepers for its combat units, as did the American Army in 1918. Omega watches were the choice of NASA and the first watch on the Moon in 1969. Omega has been the official timekeeping device of the Olympic Games since 1932James Bond has worn it in films since 1995; other famous Omega wearers, past and present, include Elvis PresleyJohn F. Kennedy,Prince WilliamGeorge Clooney and Buzz Aldrin.Omega is owned by the Swatch Group.

History

The forerunner of Omega, La Generale Watch Co, was founded at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland in 1848 by Louis Brandt, who assembled key-wound precision pocket watches from parts supplied by local craftsmen. He sold his watches from Italy to Scandinavia by way of England, his chief market. In 1894, his two sons Louis-Paul and César developed a revolutionary in-house manufacturing and total production control system that allowed component parts to be interchangeable. Watches developed with these techniques were marketed under the Omega brand of La Generale Watch Co. By 1903 the success of the Omega brand led to La Generale Watch Co to spin off the Omega brand as its own company, and the Omega Watch Co was officially founded in 1903.

Louis-Paul and César Brandt both died in 1903, leaving one of Switzerland's largest watch companies — with 240,000 watches produced annually and employing 800 people — in the hands of four young people, the oldest of whom, Paul-Emile Brandt, was not yet 24.

Brandt was the great architect and builder of Omega. His influence would be felt over the next half-century. The economic difficulties brought on by the First World War would lead him to work actively from 1925 toward the union of Omega and Tissot, then to their merger in 1930 into the group SSIHGeneva.

Under Brandt's leadership and Joseph Reiser's from 1955, the SSIH Group continued to grow and multiply, absorbing or creating some fifty companies, including Lanco and Lemania, manufacturer of the most famous Omega chronograph movements. By the 1970s, SSIH had become Switzerland's number one producer of finished watches and number three in the world. Up to this time, the Omega brand outsold Rolex, its main Swiss rival in the luxury watch segment, although Rolex watches sold at a higher price point. Around this time it was viewed as Rolex versus Omega in the competition for the "King of Swiss Watch brands". Omega watches tended to be more revolutionary and more professional focused, while Rolex watches were more ‘evolutionary’ and famous for their mechanical pieces and brand.[7][8][9]

While Omega and Rolex had dominated in the pre-quartz era, this changed in the 1970s. That was when Japanese watch manufacturers such as Seiko and Citizen rose to dominance due to their pioneering of quartz movement. In response, Rolex continued concentrating on its expensive mechanical chronometers where its expertise lay (though it did have some experimentation in quartz), while Omega tried to compete with the Japanese in the quartz watch market with Swiss made quartz movements.[

Financial takeover

Weakened by the severe monetary crisis and recession of 1975 to 1980, SSIH was bailed out by the banks in 1981.[11] During this period, Seiko expressed interest in acquiring Omega, but nothing came out of the talks.

Switzerland's other watch making giant Allgemeine Schweizerische Uhrenindustrie AG (ASUAG - supplier of a large range of Swiss movements and watch assemblers) was in economic difficulty. It was the principal manufacturer of Ébauche (unfinished movements) and owner, through their sub-holding company General Watch Co (GWC), of various other Swiss watch brands including LonginesRadoCertina, Hamilton Watch and Mido.

After drastic financial restructuring, the R&D departments of ASUAG and SSIH merged production operations at the ETA complex in Granges. The two companies completely merged forming ASUAG-SSIH, a holding company, in 1983.

Two years later this holding company was taken over by a group of private investors led by Nicolas Hayek. Renamed SMH, Société de Microélectronique et d'Horlogerie, this new group over the next decade proceeded to become one of the top watch producers in the world.[12] In 1998 it became the Swatch Group, which now manufactures Omega and other brands such as BlancpainSwatch, and Breguet.

Omega's brand experienced a resurgence with advertisement that focused on product placement strategies, such as in the James Bond 007 films; the character had previously worn a Rolex Submariner but switched to the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M with GoldenEye (1995) and has stayed with the latter ever since until swapping it for the Omega Planet Ocean and Aqua Terra. Omega also adopted many elements of Rolex's business model (i.e. premium pricing, tighter controls of dealer pricing, increasing advertising, etc.) which was successful in increasing Omega's market share and name recognition to become more of a direct competitor to Rolex.[7][13][14]

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