Omega Constellation Quadrella, Edition 2005 (Gold and Two-tone Models)

In 2005, Omega added two new models in the Quadrella collection, which was first launched at Baselworld 2004.

The watch’s name alludes to both its shape and the four diamond-set “claws” on the case. The Quadrella is a Constellation at heart, as is evidenced by the four claws on the case, each set with 6 diamonds on the front and side (total 48 diamonds, 0.30 ct); the two half-moon facets on the case that provide an elegant transition from the watch case to the integrated polished bracelet; and finally the use of Roman numerals, which are applied at the quarter hour positions in two different sizes, the larger ones at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock and the smaller ones at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock.

The look is completed by an applied Omega symbol at 12 o’clock and Constellation star at 6 o’clock, as well as matching red gold-plated feuille hands. The watch’s domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal follows the same rounded contours as the case and is coated with an anti-reflective treatment on the inside. Like all Omega watches, the Quadrella benefits from a robust construction and high-quality standards that guarantee water resistance to 30 metres.

The all-gold model has a distinct touch of luxury with its polished 18-carat red gold case and bracelet, red-gold diamond-set claws and matching gold-coloured accents on the dial. For its part, the two-tone model sets its own luxury accents in the form of red-gold diamond-set claws contrasting with the polished stainless-steel case, red gold-plated hands set against the white dial with applied red gold-coloured Roman numerals. The two-tone look is completed by polished 18-carat red gold “full bars” on the bracelet.

These Quadrella models come with a choice of white or black mother-of-pearl dials and diamonds or a white mother-of-pearl dial with coloured precious stones. All Quadrella models are powered by the precision Omega quartz calibre 1376, which has a battery lifetime of 32 months.

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