Omega Ladymatic

The Ladymatic, ladylike

The first Ladymatic by Omega was initially introduced 58 years ago. As early as back in these days this exclusive lady’s watch was one of the few to feature an automatic movement. Due to the relaunch in 2010 ladies of these days are proudly presented a choice of 72 different versions, generously providing all forms of feminity. For all intends and purposes the Ladymatic holds for a piece of jewelry guaranteed to grace her wearer. Benefiting from the broad choice as mentioned before, the Ladymatic will not only impress by inherent beauty but also allow and indulge in individuality. For though Omega had originally based business upon navy chronometers back in 1846, it finally succeeded to fulfill female desire just as well. The Ladymatic is once more evidence of the Swiss manufacturer’s skill and sense of customer satisfaction. It is indeed the manual skill and knowledge of design that have by now made the manufacture able to compete in almost every discipline.

The Lady’s collection

The Omega de Ville Ladymatic features a 34mm case made of either 18K red- or yellow gold or stainless steel. These are eventually enhanced by different blends of materials, such as titanium in the gold edition, matching case as well as strap. The captivating dial is exquisitely embellished by a Supernova pattern in black, white, brown, purple, pink, blue, mother-of-pearl or shaded grey. Among these the Ladymatic “Mother-of-Pearl” as well as the “Pearls and Diamonds” are considered secret favorites. Featuring a date window at 3 o’clock and optional 11 diamond-set indexes the Ladymatic is driven by the Omega Co-Axial movement 8520. Finally represented by no one else but Nicole Kidmann the Ladymatic has figuratively found its Lady Luck.

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