Introducing: The New Omega Railmaster Collection, And A Favorite Of Baselworld 2017 (Live Pics, Thoughts, Pricing)

Introducing: The New Omega Railmaster Collection, And A Favorite Of Baselworld 2017 (Live Pics, Thoughts, Pricing)

There is another non-restricted Railmaster in town.

This is the Railmaster. In any case, it’s not the new restricted release Railmster , but rather another little assortment that has quite a ton making it work. It’s 40mm in distance across, highlights an unobtrusive bended drag plan, a cross-hair, and a flawless dial plan that highlights arabic numerals at the posts. The dial here is steel rather than bronze and highlight pleasant vertical brushing. We have glowing hands with a little iridescent pip toward the seconds’ end hand complete only a pleasant investigate all.

The new Railmaster is accessible in dark or silver, on tie or bracelet.

As for the specifics? It’s a Railmaster so it’s enemy of magnetic. Furthermore, considerably more exactly as expected, it has a shut caseback and pull out crown, two highlights of the first Railmaster and without a doubt two little things that may hold the cost down (hint: you’re going to like where this is going). In addition, the watch includes an in-house Master Co-Axial chronometer development, and appreciates all the advantages that go with that . Nothing to wheeze at on the off chance that you care about, you know, genuine watchmaking.

The dial here is steel rather than the customary bronze.

Finally, the explanation that I hurried right home today to educate you concerning this new Railmaster assortment is this: you can purchase the watch you see above with either the dark or silver dial for $4,900 on a tie. On a wristband? $5,100. Like I said, you’re going to like these. Certainly, the dial is printed rather than applied, the crown doesn’t screw down, and the caseback is shut, yet what difference does it make? This watch has it where it matters most and that is with an attractive dial, pleasant case size, and incredible in-house development. This watch, as far as I might be concerned, is pointed solidly at Rolex’s great Oyster Perpetual 39mm (which retails for $5,700) and the much more costly Explorer I . What’s more, on the off chance that you like old watches, the printed dial, applied lume, and shut caseback may even be selling focuses. In the wake of visiting Omega today, it’s obvious to me they are coming hard, and this assortment offering this quality at this value point? You basically can’t contend with.

Now is where I’d ordinarily inform you to go read really regarding this however as I said, this watch doesn’t exist on the web yet . More information to come as we get it.

UPDATE

As mentioned, we presently have official data from Omega on thickness (12.65mm) and water obstruction (150m). Much obliged for the questions.