Bond’s Best: Omega Constellation Meteorite

Omega Watches Bond's Best

Omega’s Constellation collection, as the name suggests, is inspired by the stars and their movements. Now it gets closer to the source as the watchmaker incorporates slices of meteorite to create its dials.

Taken from the Muonionalusta meteorite, which at more than 4.5 billion years old is possibly the oldest known meteorite on Earth, each dial is crafted from a slice of the space material. The result is a dial that bears the natural pattern of the meteorite and is entirely unique.

"Each dial is crafted from a slice of the space material"

In addition to the individuality that comes with each piece of meteorite used, Omega has used colours to add even more variety to the dials. In total there are 20 models in this selection, with five different versions in each of four sizes: 41mm, 29mm, 28mm and 25mm.

Pictured is the 41mm Co-Axial Master Chronometer in stainless steel with a blue meteorite dial, £8,800.

Omega, 12 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4PW

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