Omega White Side of the Moon Watches
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Omega White Side of the Moon Review
Omega is a Swiss luxury watch brand founded by Louis Brandt in 1848. Omega Britain's Royal Flying Corps (1917), US Army (1918), NASA (1969), the Olympics (1932), and James Bond (1995) choose Omega as their official timekeeper.
What makes the brand very successful is its long history and commitment to innovation and quality. Omega offers practical uses of their complicated timepieces in daily life. Omega has a long list of masterpieces they introduced for different purposes and people, one of which is the White Side of the Moon.
Omega White Side of the Moon
Omega officially launched White Side of the Moon in 2015. Due to the highest quality standard, eye-catching design, and fantastic art and science, its demand and value are gradually increasing. Omega made its case from 44.25 mm ceramic. The dial of this white watch is zirconium oxide ceramic, while white gold-hands and indexes make it more attractive.
Two Stunning Design Options
Besides the classic White Side of the Moon, Omega has also introduced a model with 74 diamonds. Omega leaves it for you to choose between any model with the tachymeter or diamonds on the bezel.
Experienced watchmakers have worked extensively to come up with a quality Speedmaster to match your exact needs. Keep reading to find out more about the features of this exquisite watch.
Omega has equipped this masterpiece with an automatically winding mainspring, which works with the motion of your arm. This feature frees you from the hassle of daily manual winding. Just wear it regularly, and it will work efficiently forever. Even when you are not wearing the watch, it will still work for 60 hours.
The highest quality standard is one of the basic principles for every Omega product. Omega made the body case from extremely scratch and shock-resistant 44.25 mm ceramic for the longer life span of this Speedmaster.
To bring the most precise timekeeper to you, Omega exceeded the COSC and METAS standards and successfully certified it after multiple tests over several days. This master chronometer will not reduce its efficiency under changing temperatures or conditions.
Omega knows the importance of the date after hours and seconds. Considering your habit of looking down at your watch first for the date, this watch features a date window at 6 o'clock.
To measure even the smaller unit of time than seconds, Omega added two sub-dials in the Speedmaster. For accurate measurement, the first sub-dial reflects the 10th of a second, while the other sub-dial keeps track of the total elapsed minutes and hours.
Our team of experts individually checks every single timepiece upon arrival at Exquisite Timepieces. We secure your purchasing experience with a 12345-day warranty. We remain available to answer your queries even after your purchase.