Omega Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial London 2012 Chronometer
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The beautiful Limited Edition Seamaster 1948 Co-Axial London 2012 Chronometer from Omega is here to celebrate two historic events: the launch of the first Seamaster timepiece ever (1948) and the 2012 Olympic Games which will take place in London.
Its 39-mm stainless steel case is reminiscent of the original Seamaster, but has several luxury touches that give it a plus of charm: the 18-carat white gold Arabic numerals and hour markers, the 18-carat white gold name and logo, the blue steel small seconds hand, the diamond-polished hands and the beautiful 18-carat yellow gold medallion on the back, bearing the Olympics logo.
Inside the elegantly adorned case is the Omega caliber 2202 chronometer with Co-Axial escapement on three levels and free-sprung balance. Each of the only 1,948 pieces will be water resistant to 400 meters and will come with a black leather strap.