Omega Constellation is one of the oldest lines of replica watches, which perfectly sums up the manufacturer's dedication to precision and timeless design. Today, the new Constellation collection represents one of the cornerstone products of the replica Omega catalog, covering a variety of men's and women's watches, as well as different sizes, materials, straps, movements, and configurations, etc. The best Omega shop for buyers in the UK: https://mc.emegr.com/
In this guide, we will outline everything you need to know about the history and evolution of Omega Constellation Replica Watches. Like the other collections of the brand, the Constellation range has a wide variety and variety. Understanding the history of Constellation is to appreciate its current model and be able to find the main part of your model. So, let's take a closer look, shall we?
To understand the high-end replica Omega Constellation and its value in the market, you must understand its history. Constellation was first released in 1952 and was the brand's first mass-produced chronometer wristwatch. Following Omega Constellation is a very popular century-old watch (the brand's first automatic chronometer watch) in 1948. It is Omega's effort to provide this collection for the pre-owned market, and it quickly became the brand's flagship watch.
It should also be pointed out that in the history of this watch (approximately from 1952 to 1956), for a short period of time, Constellation was called "Globemaster" in the UK and the United States. However, Omega had to quickly abandon the name because of copyright issues with Douglas Aircraft, who made the huge transport planes of the same name at the time. With this in mind, the fake Omega Globemaster name will appear in the Constellation collection in 2021, nearly 50 years later (but there will be more later).
In the early 1950s and 1960s, most Copy Omega Constellation Watches adopted the same design language and were equipped with the now-iconic pie-pan dial, diamond-shaped hour markers, and a 10-sided winding crown. However, by the mid-1960s, "Connie" (affectionately called by some replica watches UK collectors) began to change.
The winding crown adopts a new round of flute design, the flat dial replaces the pie-pan dial, and the edition also introduces new features such as gold and ringgit bar hour markers and the "C-Shape" case. By 1969, the Swiss Omega Replica Watches manufacturer even produced the Constellation integrated bracelet, making it one of the first watches in the world equipped with a bracelet that is truly integrated with the case. It is also important to note that by this time, the Omega factory is also producing his and her Constellation watches in the UK.
By the 1970s, Constellation's early "Glory Days'" was generally considered to be over. This is the first time Omega replica has stopped using mechanical chronometer movements and switched to quartz. For the traditional Swiss Replica Watches market, this is a turbulent period. Quartz movements made watches cheaper and easier to sell, bankrupted many brands, and led to the merger of many well-respected and long-established companies.
However, Omega quickly stood with Constellation and launched three quartz Constellation watches in 1970, ahead of other Swiss markets. Throughout the decade, Omega will continue its quartz movement and even create some famous prominences such as Constellation Marine Stardust. Now, you can buy high-quality Omega Constellation on the Luxury Replica Watches UK online shop.
In 1982, Omega's flagship line was reshaped, injecting new vitality into the brand and Constellation collection. That year, designer Carol Didisheim produced the Omega Constellation Manhattan model with a unique bezel, which features four claws (called "Griffes"), an integrated bracelet, and a chronometer-rated movement. Today, most of the design DNA that defines the Constellation series is based on the original "Manhattan" model. That is why most men and women would like to spend a lot of money and time on buying grade AAA+ 1:1 Omega Constellation from the online store.
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