A Closer Look at The Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition

You will not believe your eyes when you see the Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition. It really is that special, and they are only available at select boutique shops in New York City. You will find sheer elegance and a refined look with this watch. With only 399 of them being made, it might be difficult to get your hands on one, but we are going to provide you now with a closer look at the Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition anyway.

Its Unique Nature

Everything about this watch is designed to pay homage to New York City, where it all began for Omega in the first place. The watch will only be available at one of the two Omega boutiques in the city. Each watch is individually numbered to further signify the limited edition nature of the watch itself. You will notice right away that the New York City skyline is engraved into the inner ring of the watch, running the entire circumference of the timepiece itself. If you look closely at the display on the casebook, you will also see the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan Bridge. Continuing on, you will also notice that there are icons of the famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel, the Empire State Building, and Rockefeller Center. This is all before you even get to the time telling features of the Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition.

A Look at the Watch

The Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition has a grey dial that takes on a slight dome look. It is also lacquered, which furthers accentuates the gradient. You will see the date window sitting at the six o’clock position on the dial. The date wheel actually matches the same color as the dial, giving is a more sophisticated look. White gold is the material of choice used to the construct all of the hands, the included Omega logo, and the various indices.

This watch is actually part of a series of watches that Omega has recently released, represented five distinct areas around the world. Included in the collection of Paris, Singapore, New York, Switzerland, and London. You will find that each of the city editions that have been released is meant to reflect the Seamaster model. Each of the dials is specific to the cultural capital that it represents. If you are lucky enough to get your hands on all five of these watches, you will be most fortunate indeed.

New York Specific

Omega worked extremely hard at representing as much of New York as they could in such a small space as that represented with the Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition. The watch itself is only 39.5 mm, so that was a monumental accomplishment on its own. We already mentioned the skyline that you will see on this watch, but even the white gold represents the glamour that is signified by New York City. Even if you have never been to the city, you will find yourself falling in love with it just based on what you are wearing on your wrist.

The Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition is based on the iconic Seamaster model made famous by Omega back in the 1940s. Over time, this model has largely been used as a tool, but that all changes with the recent design of the city edition watched. The entire design is elegant and sophisticated. The see through back face is an extra touch that is going to turn a few eyebrows as well. The strap is comfortable and can easily be adjusted.

The case for the Omega Seamaster Exclusive Boutique New York Limited Edition is made of stainless steel and the color of the dial is grey. You will find that the strap is made of black leather and all indexes are constructed of white gold. There is an impressive power reserve of 55 hours associated with this watch, and it can be automatically wound in both directions. Rounding it all out is the rhodium plated finished that has some Geneva waves included as well. Remember that there were only 399 of these made and they are only available in the two Omega boutiques in New York City.


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