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The King of Gauss

The Omega Globemaster

The very first wristwatch which was called the first Master Chronometer: this achievement was made by Omega with the Globemaster. The design resembles the vintage watches from the 50s and 60s with the beautiful ‘pie-pan’ dial. Some of the models are made of platinum and feature an annual calendar. To top it all off: it can resist 15.000 gauss.

Name Change for the Globemaster

The history of the Omega Globemaster

For legal reasons, Omega had to change the name from the Omega Constellation to the Omega Globemaster in the United States. The model being produced today, follows in the footsteps of the earlier models from the 50s and 60s with its pie-pan dial, and the fluted bezel and case from the 60s.

With the Globemaster presented back in 2015, this was the first Master Chronometer. This piece can withstand magnetic fields up 10 15.000 gauss, while a Rolex Milgauss can only take 1.000 gauss. 

They’ve reached this achievement by using anti-magnetic materials like titanium and silicon for the balance spring and escapement system. Just like all of the Rolex models, the Globemaster has a COSC certificate (Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS).

Because the design is still almost the same as the original Constellation from the 50s and 60s, the technology is different with an annual calendar and a 55-hour power reserve in its caliber.

Steel or Two-tone

Different materials on the Omega Globemaster

The base model for the Omega Globemaster is a stainless-steel one, but Omega also offers these watches in two-tone (stainless-steel and gold). The reference 130.23.39.21.02.001 features a steel case with yellow gold bezel and crown. The silver pie-pan dial has gold indices and a brown leather strap completes it. You can get your hands on one of these for around €7.500 on Wristler. If you’re in the market for a solid yellow gold version, you can opt for a Sedna gold costing around €14.000.

There is also a platinum Omega Globemaster with reference number 130.93.39.21.99.001 and is limited to only 352 pieces worldwide. 

The list price of these watches was €40.000, while a pre-owned Omega cost you around €30.000 which is a bargain.

When you look at the top model for the Omega Globemaster, it is the Globemaster Annual Calendar which was released in 2016. The case measures 41mm and comes in steel, two-tone with yellow gold, Sedna Gold or platinum. The platinum watch comes with a green leather strap and will cost you roughly €50.000. The stainless-steel Globemaster Annual Calendar is only €7.000 making the watch much more affordable. The two-tone with yellow gold is priced at €9.000 and the Sedna Gold edition at €20.000. 

Pricing on the Omega Globemaster

Depending on the model and materials used on the Globemaster, you can find yourself a piece for around €6.000 up to €50.000. For the entry Omega Globemaster, you can search for the reference 130.33.39.21.03.001 which measures 39mm and features a stainless-steel case. It’s 12.5mm thick and features a blue pie-pan dial with a fluted bezel made of tungsten carbide.

 

Which is an amazing detail on these watches, is the sapphire crystal case back which is secured by four screws. The case back features a central medallion that depicts eight stars and the cupola of the Geneva Observatory. This resembles the title Master Chronometer.

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