• 100% Authentic watches
  • Safe delivery or pick-up
  • Warranty & easy returns
Our collection

Omega Constellation

83 results

Personal details

You’re not logged in, but you can still save this search. After we’ve found the watch you’re looking for, your account needs to be activated with an automated link. Already have an account? Login here

By continuing, you agree on our terms & conditions and privacy statement.

Save search query

Saving this search gets you the opportunity to be the first to get your hands on your saved search(es) that matches your criteria.

Elegance & Precision mixed

The Omega Constellation

Being introduced back in 1952, the Omega Constellation is a well-known classic when it comes to the Omega collection. With different designs and materials, the top models even withstand up to 15.000 gauss. Nice to know: the Omega Constellation was the very first Omega mass-produced chronometer.

The history of the Omega Constellation

Omega introduced their first Constellation in 1952 and it is still being produced today. They’ve changed a lot over time regarding the design of the iconic watch. First it was an elegant dress watch which turned into a sporty watch in the 80s. In 1982, the Constellation Manhattan was released with four claws added to the fixed bezel, two on each side at 3 and 9 o’clock. This is pretty special because jeweler usually use them to set gemstones. Another detail of this Omega Constellation is the 5-pointed star above 6 o’clock on the dial.

The collection of the Omega Constellation is very different with 24mm measuring women’s watches in stainless-steel or two-tone models with gold and diamonds measuring 38mm. 

You can also opt for the Omega Constellation Day-Date, which show the day written out in full at 12 o’clock.

While the Omega Globemaster is part of the Constellation family, the retro design from the 60s stand out from the crowd. The Globemaster was the first ever watch to receive certification as a Master Chronometer, meaning it’s not only very accurate, but also resistant to 15.000 gauss of magnetic fields.

Pick a favorite

Materials used on the Omega Constellation

Just like every other watch, the base models were made of stainless-steel. With some affordable vintage pieces from the Omega Constellation, you can spend a few hundred to €1.200 on a piece, while some of the Constellation watches are prices well over €100.000. That being said, the collection is so big that there’s always a watch for every occasion or budget to buy.

If you’re in the market for a pre-owned Omega Constellation two-tone with the Co-Axial caliber, you should bring around €5.000 to the table. 

These watches combine stainless-steel and yellow gold. Measuring 38mm, it’s a perfect mid-size watch.

The top models from the Constellation collection feature a gold case and an automatic Co-Axial caliber with a day-date display, with the date at 6 o’clock and the day written out in full at 12 o’clock. These 38mm Constellation watches will cost you close to €25.000. 

Perfect Ladies Watch

The Constellation for women

With a collection for women only, Omega decorated these pieces with diamonds. Some examples even use gemstones for indices, while others have gold cases filled with diamonds from the bracelet to the bezel and the MOP (mother of pearl) dial. One that’s pretty amazing, is the reference which features a white gold (or rose gold) case with an official list price of €130.000. 

You can also opt for the stainless-steel, 29mm case which will cost you around €5.000.

One of the most elegant pieces is the 24mm Constellation and feature a yellow gold or rose gold versions. With 12 sparkling gems on the blue dial, it is extra fine and elegant. Costing around €11.000 you can take it home.

Prices on the Omega Constellation

Because the collection of the Omega Constellation is diverse, prices vary between a couple of hundred to €100.000 or more. For starters, you can opt for a nice vintage or pre-owned Constellation from the 50s and 60s. These watches will cost you around €1.000 to €1.800 for a well-maintained piece on Wristler. 

For the 38mm case with the Co-Axial movement, you will need to spend around €4.200. The yellow gold, day-date Constellation Co-Axial reference is one of the top models in the Constellation family, costing close to €30.000 for a full set. 

  • 100% Authentic watches
  • Safe delivery or pick-up
  • Warranty & easy returns