Omega launches two new Trésor watches part of the De Ville collection, in support of Orbis.
Orbis is a non-profit organization created in the 70s between the medical and aviation industries to preventing avoidable blindness in the world’s poorest regions.
These two new Trésor timepieces have as main features, a 40mm stainless steel case, a blue gradient dial, polished hands and applied domed indexes in 18K white gold. Inside an In-house hand-wound movement Caliber 8511, with 18K red gold balance bridge and 60 hours of power reserve.
What distinguishes the two models is the bezel, one comes with a polished bezel while the other comes with a diamond-set bezel.
Let’s go now to the most interesting detail of these two watches and what distinguishes them from the others, in the date window at 6 o’clock, the number eight on the date wheel is replaced by a light blue Orbis Teddy Bear that matches with the central second hand. This teddy bear is offered to all children undergoing eye surgery.
Both watches coming with a blue leather strap with a polished buckle.
It should also be noted that both watches are offered in a special presentation box that includes a charming Teddy Bear key chain.
The funds obtained with the help of the sales of these watches are intended to give wings to a Flying Eye Hospital.
Model: De Ville Trésor Master Co-Axial Chronometer 40mm Orbis Edition, De Ville Trésor Master Co-Axial Chronometer 40mm Diamond-Set Orbis Edition
Reference: 4188.8.131.52.03.001, 4184.108.40.206.03.001 (diamond-set)
Indexes: Applied domed indexes in 18K white gold
Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Dimensions: 40 mm diameter
Crystal: Sapphire Glass
Case Back: Sapphire Glass
Water Resistance: 30 Meters
Strap: Blue leather strap
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Frequency: 25,200 Vph
Power Reserve: 60 Hours
Price: € 6,250, € 11,360 (diamond-set)
Limited Edition: No