Omega De Ville Trésor Ladies Watch Hands-On

Omega De Ville Trésor Ladies Watch Hands-On

The word trésor implies “treasure” in French, and it is the name of Omega ‘s new assortment of ladies’ watches. The sub-assortment, really, of the De Ville family isn’t new in name, however they are new in some alternate manners for Omega. The Omega De Ville Trésor ladies watch comes several sizes and a scope of styles with various case materials, dial tones, and ties. All include precious stones, however alternatives in treated steel help keep costs more sensible for more people.

Hands-On pictures by Jason Pitsch

Applied to a ladies’ watch, the name Trésor appears to be absolutely normal and suitable, yet the Omega De Ville Trésor has existed as a fairly disregarded restricted version men’s watch since 2014. A ladies’ rendition was additionally added, however it remained reliable with the men’s version’s customary, retro styling. Omega clarifies that before the 2014 De Ville Trésor, the term was first utilized at the company in a 1949 watch regarding the movement –the “treasure” inside, I presume. It’s somewhat amusing since the quartz development in the new Omega De Ville Trésor ladies’ watch isn’t truly underscored or uncommon. The 2014 Omega De Ville Trésor, then again, included an amazing Omega Master Co-Axial Chronometer (or whatever they are calling it these days) movement.

The 2017 Omega De Ville Trésor utilizes a type 4061 quartz development found in various Omega ladies’ watches to keep them slender, thin, quartz-exact, and bother free. It has a four year battery life just as a “red Omega logo with rhodium plated parts and roundabout graining” –however you won’t be seeing that routinely as this Omega De Ville Trésor has a strong caseback with a mirror and laser-carved botanical motif.

The round case is accessible in 39mm (9.75mm thick) or 36mm (8.85mm thick) forms in cleaned steel or 18k Sedna gold and a scope of dial colors –it shows up for the time being that the Sedna gold form just comes in 36mm. The streaming state of precious stones on inverse corners of the case just as the lengthened Roman numerals and thin hands are what define the general look of the Omega De Ville Trésor ladies’ watches, yet details like the crown’s red “liquid ceramic” bloom with a jewel in the center make the design more refined and satisfying –as I would see it, at any rate. Omega says the crown is cleaned with “HyCeram” to make it more “lustrous.”

Some design components here may feel natural or suggestive of certain different ladies watches. In steel, nonetheless, the Omega De Ville Trésor is considerably more affordable than, for instance, the Piaget Limelight Gala with a comparable visual twirl of jewels in the lopsided drags, essentially a greater amount of them, and set in valuable metal cases. Is it me or is pretty much every possible shape, text style, and so on as of now guaranteed by some watch or brand that utilizes anything comparative look predictable? Does Cartier “own” Roman numerals, for example? Indeed, they sort of do, I guess…

I actually think the Omega De Ville Trésor watches look totally rich and fresh –and despite the fact that I can’t bear the cost of them as a blessing right now with quartz at any rate, they’d hypothetically be more intriguing to me with one of Omega’s incredible mechanical developments. Dispatched solely in the US and Japan for the time being, the 36mm Omega De Ville Trésor in steel will have a cost of $4,500 and the Sedna gold models have a cost of $8,600. The 39mm steel models all are evaluated at $5,100 aside from one form that utilizes gold hands and markers with a cost of $5,600. Since Omega has dispatched online business for their US site, as we as of late covered , you can discover more details about individual models there, yet additionally estimating, and an alternative to buy straightforwardly.