Omega introduced the first Globemaster — inspired by Omega’s Constellation collection dating back to 1952 — in 2015.
The Constellation Globemaster Annual Calendar was subsequently released in 2019, and now in 2021, Omega has dropped three new versions with luxurious green, burgundy, and red gold dials, respectively.
Each of the new Globemaster models has the same 41 mm diameter case, fluted bezel, and pie-pan dial. And the same caliber 8922/8923 Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement (the 8923 has a gold oscillating weight).
The least expensive of the three new Globemasters features a sunburst green dial, a stainless steel case with a hard metal (tungsten carbide) bezel on a green leather strap for $8,400. With a burgundy sunburst dial, a stainless steel case with an 18K Senda Gold bezel, on a burgundy leather strap for $11,200. And last, is the 18K Sedna Gold dial version, which comes in an 18K Sedna Gold case, with a black glossy leather strap for $31,000.
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