OMEGA Constellation Gents 41mm Watch

As it approaches its 70th birthday, the long-running Omega Constellation has seen it all, experiencing nearly 70 years of unique watchmaking trends that have informed many of its design iterations. From the beautifully dressed pan dials of the early 1952s, to the introduction of the world’s first one-piece bracelet watch in 1969, to the ultra-thin quartz cases that followed in the mid-1980s, Omega seems to have integrated it into the Constellation’s unifying vision, now embodied in two key collections: the Globemaster with its coin-shaped bezel and pie-shaped dial,Best Fake Watches UK and the clawed bezel we’re examining today! The “Manhattan” has been reissued, a modern reissue that is a complete representation of the classic 1982 film.

The latest 41mm “Manhattan” Constellation reference model, available in 39mm and 41mm versions, appears in various dial and bezel combinations, but I think the silk-embossed textured “linen” dial with its ceramic bezel and contrasting black hands, logo, and bezel are a good example of the modern reissue. Index is the reference to get. As a completely modern watch with real historical impact, this model is particularly well suited to this design profile without feeling like its size has been increased just to fit a trend or satisfy a specific demographic. For me personally, most 39mm or smaller watches with any type of bezel have dial openings that are too small, causing the watch to feel even smaller visually than the size suggests. But with some very compact lug to lug dimensions, but with 41mm bezels and bezels that have the best ratio of visual balance and wearability!

In addition, the liquid metal-filled ceramic bezel brings a sporty, masculine feel that neither of the solid stainless steel bezels in either case size have. This is a stylish new aesthetic, particularly relevant for those who might be turned off by the Art Deco trap of the constellations – no need to deviate from the reference to iconic design elements such as the Roman numeral hour markers or the 9 and 3:00 “claws” on the bezel, which was used for different purposes in 1982, preserving the watch’s
Waterproofing is achieved by clamping the crystal to the bottom cover.