OMEGA watches have a nuance and legacy that has long gone umatched. Adding to their allure and a history of unique time pieces is the Spacemasteer Z-33.
Encased inside the titanium body is a combination of old meets new tech. The design incorporates a set of analog hands complemented by two digital displays, allowing pilots and every day joes to keep track of two different time zones, the date, switch between 12 and 24 hour mode and easily read the timepiece’s chronograph. When either of the displays are read in sunlight, they’ll automatically adjust their brightness thanks to transreflective LCD technology. All of this is controlled using 4 push buttons surrounding the circumference of the watch, while the Z-33’s dial is controlled by a crown located at 3-o’clock. The Spacemaster Z-33 is submersible to 100 feet, comes with either a blacker rubber strap or a brown “soft touch” leather strap and includes a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides.
Omega hasn’t said how much or when the Spacemaster Z-33 will release, but you can expect it sometime this year for an ungodly amount of money.
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