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Introducing the Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope Paris 2024 Collection

The Speedmaster Chronoscope embodies a refined interpretation of the iconic Paris 2024 color scheme....

In a harmonious blend of elegance and athleticism, Omega has unveiled its latest horological marvel, the Speedmaster Chronoscope Paris 2024 Collection. Paying homage to the illustrious tradition of the Olympic Games, this timepiece radiates sophistication while celebrating the spirit of sport.

At its core, the Speedmaster Chronoscope embodies a refined interpretation of the iconic Paris 2024 color scheme, elevating it to new heights of style and luxury. While the Seamaster 300M Paris stole hearts with its grace, the Chronoscope captivates with its fusion of white and gold tones, exuding a timeless allure that transcends the bounds of fashion.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the watch boasts a 43mm case available in stainless steel or opulent 18k Moonshine gold, offering a choice between understated charm and unabashed decadence. Despite its generous dimensions, the lug-to-lug length of 48.6mm ensures a comfortable fit on any wrist, while the manual-winding mechanism keeps the profile sleek and manageable.

Beneath the surface lies the beating heart of the Chronoscope – the Omega Calibre 9908/9909. This manually-wound chronograph, adorned with a mesmerizing snail-dial configuration, delivers precision timekeeping certified by METAS as a Master Chronometer. With a power reserve of 60 hours and magnetic resistance up to 15,000 Gauss, it exemplifies the pinnacle of horological innovation.

While devoid of overt sporting motifs on the dial, the inclusion of Marianne, the emblem of the French Republic, on the solid caseback pays homage to the event’s rich heritage.

The Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope Paris 2024 Collection is now available with prices ranging from US$9,500 for the steel model to US$51,400 for the pinnacle of luxury in Moonshine gold.


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