|Olympic Pocket Watch 1932 Limited Edition|
Another great feature first introduced in the 1948 London Olympics is the athletics starting block which measures the runner's reaction time by force against the block not the visible movement.
Though the passage has time has improved Omega's timekeeping abilities by Quantum leaps, Omega honors its first Olympic timekeeping experience with a Limited Edition commemorative Olympic 1932 Pocket Watch. The chronograph pocket is a certified chronometer having passed the rigorous testing performed by the COSC. The manual winding chronograph movement is powered by a Caliber Omega 3889. This high performance movement has an integrated rattrapante chronograph mechanism controlled by a double column wheel. The movement is Rhodium-plated sporting circular graining and Geneva waves. (ref; Omega)
The pocket watch is capable of a 32 hour power reserve. Beneath a domed anti-reflective, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, a snowy white dial lends a stark contrast to the bold black Arabic Numerals and striking red Omega insignia. Exquisite blued steel hands A small seconds sub dial lays claim to the 6 'o'clock position, while a chronograph counter presides upon the 12 'o'clock. The Limited Edition Olympic Pocket Watch 1932 is available in white gold, red gold or yellow gold and each flaunts the Omega logo fashioned from gold above its crown.