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Omega increases the size of its latest Constellation watches

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With men’s watches getting smaller and ladies’ watches getting larger, you could argue that the latest 36mm Constellation watches from Omega are right in the gender neutral sweet spot.

Sure, they have diamond bezels and hour markers, but who is to judge those embellishments as being for guys or girls?

There are three models in the new Constellation universe, a stainless steel piece with burgundy PVD treated dial and  matching strap; a bi-color stainless steel and 18ct yellow gold reference with blue PVD treated dial and  matching strap; and a stainless steel and 18ct gold version with a brown dial   and strap.

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Each watch has a circle of 38 diamonds set into the bezel and 11 as hour markers (6’o’clock’s diamond makes way for a date aperture).

Inside, Omega has used its Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8800, visible through a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

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