Omega Co-Axial Exhibition 2013  0 Comments


For seven days from 23rd August 2913, Paragon Shopping Centre was the location of the Omega Co-Axial Exhibition. The exhibition was a showcase for much of the recent horological achievements of Omega - in particular the work with George Daniels and his much vaunted Co-Axial mechanism. The exhibition brought some of the most precious timepieces that are on permanent display at the Omega Museum in Bienne. The Co-Axial escapement which is now featured on all of current Omega models (save for some historical models such as Speedmaster Professional which are still featuring the original calibres from the 60s and 70s to meet the demand from collectors). The co-axial is an evolutionary development and is already surpassing its promise by being a highly tolerant, low maintenance escapement. Omega has such faith in the new escapement that it provides industry leading 4 year warranty on its watches.

In conjunction with the state of the art co-axial, the development of new silicium materials and the development of amagnetic movements (movements that are not affected by magnetic forces), Omega as a company is leading the way forward for the Swiss industry - showing that continued investment in research and development together with old world watch making know how can make a winning combination.



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