Trésor Is A New Sub-series Of Omega Historic De Ville Series
Just released with the new Seamaster 300, the newest member of the series is De Ville Trésor Small Seconds, which is the most streamlined version to date. Also new is the slightly more complex but equally elegant Copies De Ville Trésor Power Reserve.
The movement and dial of the new Trésor are unique in the OMEGA catalog. It is one of the very few Omega watches without a rotor, and another more famous model with manual wind is the Speedmaster Moonwatch. The hand-wound movement is just right, giving a homely feeling on a formal watch, which is very suitable for its retro-style Trésor.
Improved Design Of The Trésor Series
At least for omega copy De Ville Trésor watches ebay lovers who appreciate traditional designs. The model series started with a format familiar to OMEGA—the center seconds and date are 6—but the new Trésor is focused and removes all redundant functions.
The patterned dial has also disappeared, making the watch look cleaner. With its simpler aesthetics, the new model has gained a stronger sense of identity, distinguishing Trésor from the rest of the catalog, and even watches that are also De Ville.
Although the new design is progressive, it is still not perfect. The Super Clone Omega design and construction are a bit boring. For example, the index is a simple baton and lacks the interesting details in the retro model. There is no doubt that the dial attracts minimalists, but more flair in the design, of course, cleverly done, will make the watch more interesting.
Unlike the central second hand, the small second hand immediately shows the size of the movement relative to the case. In this case, cal. The 8927 seems to fit a 40mm case very well—though not as perfect as most old-fashioned watches—because the seconds dial is not too close to the center.
Case In Simple Form
All sides are polished to create a simple and effective finish for this style of watch. The polished finish gives the Omega Replica Watch a more formal appearance and accentuates the curve of the case, but since the case thickness is only 10.07 mm, it is not particularly shiny.
Same as the small second, but with a power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock, located directly above the barrel, this is the more interesting version of the pair. The two sub-dials are symmetrical, giving the dial the appearance of a regulator display. Therefore, the Omega logo has been shifted from 12 to 3 digits, balancing the letters at 9 o’clock.