Starry Eyed: Omega Adds Coloured Meteorite Dials To Its UK Best Online Replica Omega Constellation Line Watches

The watch brand most strongly associated with space is perhaps Omega. In 1969, the brand’s Speedmaster became the first watch worn on the Moon during the Apollo 11 moon landing. But the brand’s dalliance with space and the cosmos goes back a little further. Before the Speedmaster was introduced in 1957, the brand’s flagship had been the perfect 1:1 replica Omega Constellation watches which was first launched in 1952.

It was a simpler time then. Before the quartz crisis or the massive expansion of luxury steel sports timepieces shifted paradigms, one of the chief concerns of watchmakers was inching each other out on accuracy in timekeeping. The high quality Omega Constellation fake watches by Omega take their name from the case back emblem: an observatory and eight stars. The observatory itself is the Kew Observatory, where Omega swept every category twice for its chronometer accuracy; two of the stars represent these sweeps, and six other first-place awards the brand won.

Call it a prescient bit of cosmic association. Otherwise, the historical importance of the movements of the stars and precise time measuring. This year, the Swiss brand is adding a vibrant and exclusive dimension to its top UK replica Omega Constellation collection watches. A range of 20 new models that feature uniquely coloured dials made, fittingly, from meteorite.

The source of this rare material is the Muonionalusta meteorite. Though fragments were first found in Sweden in 1906, this meteorite itself is the oldest known one on Earth with an age of over 4.5 billion. It’s an increasingly popular material for use in the dials of Swiss made Omega copy watches. Part of the reason is certainly the rarity. It’s said that the collective weight of all the meteorites known to exist on Earth is less than the gold mined and produced in a year.

Meteorite also comes with a truly unique look: a motif called the Widmanstätten pattern, which describes a pattern of faintly overlapping ribbon-like triangles and striations. It’s a unique feature of the mineral structures of meteorites which can only occur, quite literally, out of this world. And because it is a natural pattern, every piece of meteorite sliced to be used on cheap Omega replica watches is unique.

For this new series of luxury super clone Omega Constellation Meteorite watches, the brand has deployed its most advanced colour treatment technologies to add a vibrant dimension of choice. This means that the dials are offered not just in shades of grey, but a whole palette that also includes blue, green, yellow and rose gold, purple and white.

The lineup is offered in four sizes, with five options in each. The two largest are powered by 2024 AAA Omega fake watches‘ Co-Axial Master Chronometer-certified automatic self-winding movements. There’s a 41mm in stainless steel with ceramic or titanium bezels; or full Moonshine and Sedna gold, the brand’s trademarked alloys of yellow and rose gold. And there’s the 29mm with diamond-set bezels and indices; with cases in full steel, full gold, or steel-gold. The two smallest sizes in 28mm and 25mm, which come in the same configurations of diamonds and case materials as the 29mm, are powered by quartz movements.

Omega Adds A Bit Of Uniqueness To The Perfect Swiss Made Fake Omega Constellation Collection Watches UK: Introducing The Meteorite Dials

The Constellation has been in best Omega replica watches‘ collection since 1952, but it wasn’t until 1982 that it received its claws, scalloped case shape, and integrated bracelet. This Constellation “Manhattan” was designed by Carol Didisheim, who started working for Omega two years before the introduction of this watch.

Many iterations followed, with the biggest revisions being the UK AAA fake Omega Constellation ’95 (1995), Constellation Double Eagle (2003), Constellation Globemaster (2015), and modern Constellation Ladies (2018) and Gents (2020) watches.

The Omega Constellation Meteorite collection

Today, Omega has nearly 400 different luxury replica Omega Constellation references watches in its catalog in different sizes, using different movements, and with various dial colors, (precious) material combinations, diamond-set bezels and dials, bracelet combinations, straps, etc. It’s a lot, and Omega has now introduced a few more versions with beautiful meteorite dials.

Omega decided to put these meteorite dials in both quartz (25mm and 28mm) and automatic (29mm and 41mm) versions of the Constellation. Then, we’ll find them in full steel, bicolor (both yellow and rose gold combinations), and full yellow and rose gold. The 41mm yellow gold variation uses cheap Omega copy watches’ Moonshine Gold alloy.

Muonionalusta meteorite

But it’s not about the materials for the case and bracelet or movements; it’s about the dials. Omega used the Muonionalusta meteorite, which, at over 4.5 billion years old, is possibly the oldest known meteorite on Earth. The cool thing about using meteorite for dials is that every dial will be unique. It also makes ordering based on a picture or image difficult since the dial you will receive might have a slightly different structure or pattern. To avoid disappointment, go to the Omega boutique to see the top replica Omega watches in real life first and check if you like the unique dial.

Available in four sizes

Omega has treated the gold-colored dials with different Moonshine and Sedna PVD coatings to match the cases. Each of the ladies’ variations (25mm, 28mm, and 29mm) has a diamond-set bezel and diamond hour markers. The 41mm 2024 wholesale super clone Omega Constellation Gents versions watches are all without diamonds.

The 227g Moonshine Gold Constellation Gents

My favorite is the Constellation Gents in full Moonshine Gold and powered by the Master Chronometer-certified caliber 8901. This is Omega’s top-of-the-line automatic movement, featuring a rose gold rotor and balance bridge and providing 60 hours of power reserve. This 41mm Constellation comes on a full-gold bracelet with a butterfly clasp. The Swiss made replica Omega watches features a polished finish on its bevels, slender intermediate links, and case claws (or “griffe”) among mostly brushed surfaces. The bezel, however, has a sandblasted finish with raised Roman numerals.

With the Moonshine Gold PVD meteorite dial, it simply looks like one big chunk of gold. And the price? A whopping €47,000 including sales tax. This version is also available in full Sedna Gold, Omega’s rose gold alloy, and the price stays the same. You might wonder about the weight of these high quality fake Omega watches, so we got that for you as well! The Moonshine Gold Constellation weighs 227 grams, and the Sedna Gold version weighs 221 grams.

Caliber 8900 and 8901

The 41mm Constellation Gents starts at €10,400, though, with a full stainless steel model and a beautiful blue meteorite dial. Then there’s a stainless steel version with a gray meteorite dial and a black ceramic bezel with Roman numerals in LiquidMetal. Lastly, there’s 41mm Omega Constellation replica watches site with a green-colored meteorite dial and a green ceramic bezel. These versions come in at €10,700. The all-steel Constellation 41mm models utilize Omega’s in-house-developed caliber 8900.

Ladies’ models

Then there are the 29mm best quality fake Omega Constellation Ladies watches with a meteorite dial and a self-winding caliber 8700, which start at €14,400 for the stainless steel version. There are 11 diamonds on the dial, and it has a diamond-pavé bezel. The bicolor models retail for €17,800, while the full-gold version has a price of €37,400. Since the 28mm and 25mm versions use the quartz caliber 4061 and don’t have a date window, they offer one more diamond on the dial. The 25mm stainless steel version is priced at €9,400, bicolor at €12,000, and gold at €28,100. The 28mm Constellation in steel has a retail price of €10,100, with the bicolor coming in at €13,000 and the full-gold version at €30,600. All prices include sales tax.

Adding something unique

The new Swiss made Omega Constellation replica watches with meteorite dials look amazing and offer something unique. Slimming down the collection wouldn’t hurt, though, as one can also have too many options and end up not deciding at all. That said, I would keep these meteorite dials in the Constellation family. They are simply stunning!

Green Rambles: Buying Your Childhood Heroes With High Quality UK Replica Omega Constellation Watches

I still have very vivid memories of the first cheap Omega replica watches that caught my eye, all those years ago when I was about to set my first steps in the world of watches. I never bought UK AAA Omega fake watches, as at the time I couldn’t afford them, but they have always stayed in the back of my mind. It is pretty similar to having those posters above your bed of Ferrari and Lamborghini. As a kid, you dreamed about them, but they also planted a seed. Years, perhaps even decades later, you might find yourself in a position that allows you to turn those childhood dreams into a reality.

I recently had such an experience with late 1990s luxury replica Omega Constellation Perpetual Calendar watches. I still remember eyeing this model in the brand’s catalogs and the shop windows of their dealers. My adventures in the world of perfect Omega copy watches took me a different route, but when such a Constellation crossed my path recently, I couldn’t resist. There is the risk that your childhood hero disappoints when you finally obtain it. In my experience, with both cars and Swiss made Omega replica watches, this is often not the case. Finally being able to experience and enjoy what you dreamed of all these years, even when it was subconsciously, gives a deep sense of satisfaction.

The added advantage is that these childhood heroes are also quite affordable in many cases. That is quite pleasant in a world where the prices of some 1:1 Omega super clone watches have gone through the stratosphere with the speed of light. You might not be able to buy all your childhood heroes, but there is probably at least one within grasps. While my taste has most certainly evolved over the years, top fake Omega Constellation watches online has a hard time leaving my wrist. The appeal that it had on me all those years ago hasn’t lingered one bit and was right back the moment I held it in my hands again. The fact that it was even affordable makes owning it all the better. So now might be the best time ever to revisit some memories and see what your childhood heroes do today.

Why I Love UK Top Replica Omega Watches

I am not a mono-brand collector, although sometimes it does seem that way. I have perfect Omega replica watches from all sorts of brands, but the majority are indeed from one brand — Omega.

Although I’ve touched upon the topic of Omega and its connection with my family before, I thought I would freshen up a story that I wrote a few years ago.

Why do I love Omega?

I am often asked why I only buy and wear cheap UK Omega fake watches. Well, that’s not entirely the case of course. I also own watches from other brands like Oris, Breguet, Nomos, Rolex, Hamilton, Seiko, Chronoswiss, Breitling, Swatch, G-Shock, and a bunch of other perhaps lesser-known ones. And in the past, I’ve owned IWC, Sinn, Audemars Piguet, Linde Werdelin, and others as well. But truth be told, most of my watches are Omegas. To be honest, most people that ask me about it are colleague journalists and bloggers who feel I am too focused on one brand. Readers of Fratello aren’t too concerned with it, though, given the fact we get so many emails and messages with questions about luxury replica Omega watches.

But I thought it would be a good moment to explain why I like Omega so much. Or actually, love it. I am not afraid to admit this, as I really do have a weak spot for this brand. I also feel that there is little harm in this, even being a journalist. A car magazine journalist can share his love for the Porsche 911, so why can’t I share mine for a watch brand? It also doesn’t mean I don’t like other brands or prefer certain watches from other brands over certain high quality Omega copy watches (which is the case).

It’s a family tradition

For this story, we need to go back, way back, to sometime in the 1960s in the Netherlands. It has nothing to do with the Moonwatch or the space program as such. It has to do with a bridal boutique. It’s the one below actually that was located in the east part of the Netherlands in a city called Enschede.

A bridal boutique

It was owned by my grandparents who lived nearby. Best Omega replica watches at the time were very popular in the Netherlands, perhaps it was even the number 1 brand in the 1950s and 1960s in this market. In 1967, my great-grandfather bought an Omega Constellation.

    In 1969 they bought a pair of Omega watches

It was the famous model with a pie-pan dial due to the shape of an up-side-down pie-pan. My great-grandfather lived in the house next door to my grandparents and father, which was relatively common at the time. It is a no-brainer that my grandparents were influenced by the choice of my great-grandfather as in 1969 they bought a pair of Swiss movements fake Omega watches. They needed to sell the bridal boutique that is pictured above because of health reasons and bought a pair of nice watches for themselves.

Constellation on a gold bracelet

My grandfather chose a Constellation (in the picture above) and my grandmother a small self-winding ladies’ watch on a gold Milanese bracelet. Before, my grandfather was wearing a pilot’s watch that he got from a pilot from the US Army at the end of World War II (1945). The Constellation replaced that watch and unfortunately, we have no clue where the pilot watch went or is now.

    My grandfather studied these things very carefully.

I can only imagine that my grandfather put a lot of research and work into choosing his Omega as he did with many other things he bought in those years. Whether it was a car, camera, or (Danish design) furniture, he studied these things very carefully. Unfortunately, I never asked him about this. Below is an image from the late 1960s or early 1970s that shows my grandfather wearing his Constellation on the original mesh bracelet.

Omega Genève with a red seconds hand

Also in 1969, my father finished high school and received a watch as a graduation gift. It was an Omega Genève with a black dial and with a red seconds hand. There were no boxes or papers as it was quite common back then to leave that stuff behind at the jeweler. My family wore these China replica Omega watches for decades. The Omega Genève from my father was on his wrist for many years and he still wears it. Below is an image of him wearing the watch during his time in the military service.

Ripping shirts

I never met my great-grandfather, but when he passed away right before I was born, his watch was left with my grandfather. Somewhere in the early 1980s my father got it, had it overhauled, and wore it on special occasions. He still does. Meanwhile, he also owns a Speedmaster “Speedy Tuesday”. He had no choice.

I have fond memories of my grandparents and I vividly remember them wearing these 2023 fake Omega watches. My grandmother with her small gold ladies’ watch and my grandfather with his Constellation on a gold bracelet. My grandfather changed the Milanese bracelet to another gold bracelet in the 1970s somewhere as these Milanese bracelets were so sharp that they ripped a number of his shirts. He exchanged it for a nice and comfortable gold bracelet with a lot of links. He wore that watch every single day until he passed away in 2011.

The watch on the Moon

In the 1980s, when I was a kid, my father told me that Omega was the brand that was used by the astronauts on the Moon. But being a kid, that didn’t really ring a bell, even though I was very interested in the Space Shuttle program as a Dutch astronaut by the name of Wubbo Ockels took part in one of the early missions (1985). My father was wearing the black dial Omega Genève but also had other watches to wear (like his pie-pan Constellation from his grandfather). I found myself wearing Casios in the 1980s and Swatch watches in the early 1990s. Although these can be seen as disposable and inexpensive Omega super clone watches online (I still have all of them by the way), I was very fond of them and had an interest in watches. One of my earliest memories is of our neighbor showing off his new Seiko watch with a moonphase indicator on the dial. I also loved all these digital watches with video games embedded and, of course, the ones with a calculator.

Constellation ’95

Then, in 1996 or so, my interest in Swiss made replica Omega watches really took off. I found myself often looking at the displays at local jewelers, and was part of the early online communities back then. Being an IT student, it was easily accessible for me. I gained interest in the Omega Constellation, as I felt it was part of my family history. Although the then-current Constellation was based on the 1982 Constellation “Manhattan” and looked very different from those 1950s and 1960s models, I did like it a lot. It was a sincere interest not influenced by people. There were no social media and no one would tell me what I should like and more importantly should not like. Call it bad taste, but I loved it and still do, to be honest. So, in 1998, when I graduated with a degree in Information Technology, I was over the moon when I received an Omega Constellation from my mother. It was a Constellation ’95 (pictured above) in bicolor, meaning stainless steel and 18K gold. I couldn’t have been happier and wore it non-stop for a few years. When I started my next study at the university, I pretty much wore this watch every day.

My first Moonwatch

This watch stayed on my wrist until 1999 when I bought my first Speedmaster Professional. It was a reference 145.012-67 (pictured above). A year later, I worked all summer at a publishing company to be able to buy a brand new Seamaster 300M 2531.80. I wore these three fake Omega watches for men pretty much all the time for the rest of my studies.

Then, in the early 2000s when I graduated and started my professional life, I found myself buying more watches. These ranged from vintage Bulova to IWC, Breitling, and Rolex — even a Dubey & Schaldenbrand. And of course, several best quality Omega replica watches.

The restoration of a vintage Constellation

I am sure you are familiar with the Patek Philippe advertisement that says that you don’t own a Patek Philippe, but that you’re merely looking after it for the next generation. When my grandfather passed away, I inherited his Omega Constellation. I am convinced he enjoyed wearing that watch for the 42 years he did. I sometimes wear it, especially at Christmas. But it actually took me a few years before I started wearing it. The dial was in pretty bad condition since some watchmaker had tried to clean it or something. The printed letters were all over the place, and it had severe damage. My grandfather probably never noticed this, due to his old eyes. I asked Omega and they had a couple of dials in stock still and offered me one to use.

    It actually took me a few years before I started wearing it.

But there was none with a similar dial. The colors were slightly different. I found it quite amazing, though, that they offered me this, and I wonder what other big watch brands would go this far. I declined, and they helped me source a watch with a similar dial, so I bought it and used that dial as a donor. But that did not feel the same. It suddenly wasn’t my grandfather’s Constellation anymore.

So I switched back and put it in the safe. When discussing this at some point with our Fratello watchmaker Paul, he said, “Why don’t you just have it restored? Perhaps it won’t be original anymore that way, but at least it is his dial, and you can enjoy wearing it again.” I thought about it and decided to go this route. So I gave the Constellation to Paul and he gave it a full service. The dial went to this firm in Germany, where they are very good at restoring dials. A few months later, the watch returned in all of its glory. It is like it was in 1969, hence the different gold bracelets and some battle scars from the 42 years of daily use. I cherish this watch a lot and, as written above, give it some time on the wrist during Christmas days.

    …the watch returned in all of its glory. It is like it was in 1969.

I don’t wear it more often, because I am too afraid that something will happen to it. If it ever would get lost or stolen, I wouldn’t forgive myself.

Constellation Globemaster

In 2015, though, something strange happened. Omega introduced their 1:1 replica Omega Constellation Globemaster series watches. A beautiful 39mm watch that has influences from the 1950s Constellations with its pie-pan dial but also comes with modern innovations such as the in-house developed Master Chronometer movements. In October of that year, I asked Omega to send me the Sedna Gold version for review. They shipped a prototype to my office in The Hague. After staring at this beautiful 18K rose gold watch for a few moments with a brown alligator strap and a rose gold folding buckle, I put it on my wrist. I felt a sensation that I’d never experienced before when putting on a watch.

    There was never a watch that gave me that sensation before.

It wasn’t the sensation of just putting on a watch that is very pretty or nice. No, this was much deeper. It is hard to describe the emotion I felt, but in essence, I felt a deep connection to my grandfather and his watch. I thought, “This is how my grandfather must have felt when he bought that Constellation on February 6th, 1969, and put it on his wrist.” That thought did not let me go. I wore the watch for two weeks or so, and with pain in my heart, I sent it back (not in the last place because it was a prototype). There was never a watch that gave me that sensation before. Not my gold AAA fake Omega Speedmaster Professional watches, not any of the other watches I’ve ever tried, whatever make and model. I could not get this watch out of my head, but at €18,000 at the time (€26,700 now), I had to.

Speedy Tuesday

Life went on, of course, and back to business as usual. 2017 and 2018 were important years for Fratello, and the introduction of the Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday “Tribute to Alaska III” and “Ultraman,” of which we were a huge part, only made Omega’s presence bigger in our online magazine. So be it. I am pretty sure my grandparents look down with a bit of pride in what we established with “their” brand. Our readers — you — also seem to enjoy the Omega coverage that we do at least every week. With all that happened, whether that was the Speedy Tuesday limited editions or any of the other Omega replica watches site I bought personally or received for reviews, the Globemaster still held a special place in my mind. The steel one I tried, but that was not for me. In my opinion – but this is very personal, as you can read – it should have at least a touch of gold.

Sedna Gold Globemaster

Then, a few weeks before my 40th birthday, it was there. The Omega Constellation Globemaster in Sedna Gold. Out of the box, on my wrist, and yes, the same sensation appeared. Every time I put it on my wrist, there is this spark of magic. I wear the Globemaster a lot, and although some people consider this watch to be a dress watch, I wear it whenever and however I want to. I see the amazement in people’s eyes when I turn up wearing this watch, as they expected something different, I guess. But I rarely tell this story.

Four generations with Constellations

It is a perfect timekeeper and is packed with interesting innovations, as it has the Master Chronometer certification, combined with its beautiful design and finish.  These are all perfect reasons to buy one. But in this case, I don’t care much about that: this particular Constellation Globemaster is about me and my family: as personal as it gets. Four generations with Constellations – with Omegas. Below is my Constellation Globemaster placed on a photo of me as a child at my grandparent’s house, probably around 1983.

The brand is deeply rooted in my family, which explains the number of fake Omega watches for sale in my (still modest) collection. This doesn’t mean I don’t like any other brands, don’t buy any other brands (which I still do as well), or even think everything Omega does is the best or all fantastic. This brand just holds a special place with me and now you know why.