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Monday, December 14, 2009
Omega Museum Collection Milestone 1941
Based on a stainless steel watch design from the late 30s, The Omega Milestone 1941 is a nod to the brand's watchmaking heritage while seamlessly blending modern horological technology.
The watch is powered by Omega's Calibre 3203, a manual-wound movement that boasts a Co-Axial escapement, and a column wheel chronograph mechanism.
On the outside you'll find a 18 Ct white gold case matched with a black alligator strap and white gold buckle.
All pics & info via www.acquiremag.com
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