The Omega Globemaster represents the first watch that was certified by METAS as a standard practice. At the heart of the watch beats the advanced mechanical calibre 8900/8901 by Omega, with a magnetic field protection of up to 15.000 Gauss. The artful movement can be admired through the scratch-proof sapphire crystal bottom.
A decorative medallion feature that is comprised of the same case material is fastened to the case back of the watch with four screws. Engraved upon the medallion are eight symbolic stars above an observatory. These stars signify the eight steps of the rigorous METAS test, which control rate accuracy, water resistance, power reserve, as well as the magnetic resistance of the watches.
The design of the Globemaster is visibly inspired by the design of the first Constellation models. With a diameter of 39 mm and a pie pan dial, the Globemaster brings to mind the Pie Pan Constellation of 1952. One trademark characteristic of the Globemaster is the fluted bezel with rounded edges. It is comprised of extremely resistant carbide metal that proves even more scratch resistant than ceramics.
The Globemaster combines technical innovations with traditional design and is available in Sedna gold, stainless steel, or classic gold with a silver dial. Omega breaks open a new chapter with the Globemaster, not only for the Constellation line, but for the entire company collection, as well as the entire modern world of watches.