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Omega Constellation Blue Diamond Dial Black Leather Men's Watch 12318352056001

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Now the beauty is that Replica Omega watches capture the beauty of the original in an affordable way. Omega replica watches sold at the rock bottom price have their own beauty, their own charm and their own functions. As a supplier and manufacturer of the Omega replica watches, we have the most competitive prices in retail market. If you buy 2 or more items at one time, you will enjoy a 10% discount.

Omega Constellation Blue Diamond Dial Black Leather Men's Watch 12318352056001
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Watch Details

Stainless steel case with a black leather strap. Fixed silver-tone bezel set with diamonds. Blue dial with silver-toned hands and diamond hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Date display at the 6 o'clock position. Automatic movement with a 48 hour power reserve. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Pull / push crown. Skeleton case back. Case diameter: 35 mm. Round case shape. Band width: 21.6 mm. Band length: 8.5 inches. Fold over clasp with push button release. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Functions: date, hour, minute, second. Luxury watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Omega Constellation Blue Diamond Dial Black Leather Men's Watch 12318352056001.


  • Brand:Omega
  • Series:Constellation
  • Model:
  • Gender:Men's
  • Watch Label:Swiss Made
  • Movement:Automatic
  • Engine:Omega 2500
  • Power Reserve:48 Hour


  • Case Size:35 mm
  • Crown:Pull / Push
  • Case Shape:Round
  • Case Back:Skeleton
  • Bezel:Fixed Silver-tone set with Diamonds


  • Dial Type:Analog
  • Dial Color:Blue
  • Crystal:Scratch Resistant Sapphire
  • Hands:Silver-toned


  • Band Type:Strap
  • Band Material:Black Leather
  • Band Width:21.6 mm
  • Clasp:Fold Over with Push Button Release


  • Water Resistance:100 meters / 330 feet
  • Calendar:Date display at the 6 o'clock position
  • Functions:Date, Hour, Minute, Second
  • Features:Diamond, Leather, Stainless Steel

Additional Info

  • Style:Luxury Watches
  • Item Code:7612586220036
  • Internal ID:OM12318352056001
  • Item Variation:123 18 35 20 56 001, 123-18-35-20-56-001, 123/18/35/20/56/001, 12318352056001

Omega Features:

  • 1. Omega Watches provide the idea of high cost performance.
  • 2. Topnotch Men's Omega collection has really attractive looks that outstanding high quality.
  • 3. Own same technology as genuine watch.
  • 4. Fashionable style provides you great experience.
  • 5. The model number of the watch is
  • 6. The first-rate watch enables you to catch the fashion trend.
  • 7. This particular preeminent watch is equipped with a fine Automatic movement.
  • 8. Highlight your style and accentuate your taste!
  • 9. An ideal and exceptional appearance enables you to attract the attention of public.
  • 10. Black Leather bracelet makes your wrist really feel very comfy.
  • 11. Two important features: water-proof and dust-proof function.
  • 12. The watch is extremely readable along with Silver Blue dial.
  • 13. To be the focus of a party.
  • 14. Case Diameter: 35 mm.
  • 15. We strive to make you 100% satisfactory.

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Watch Care & Maintenance

The 7 Essentials for Fine Watch Maintenance
Respect Your Fine Timepiece and it Will Last You a Lifetime
A fine timepiece is a precision instrument. Literally hundreds of precisely engineered components must work together in perfect harmony to keep your watch running properly. With proper care, the fine watch you buy today will become a treasured heirloom that you can pass down to your children who in turn can pass it on to their children. If you ignore your watch, however, you’re asking for trouble.
How can you ensure that your fine timepiece will continue to run forever?
Follow these seven simple rules and you’ll have already extended your watch’s life:
1. Know if your watch movement is quartz or mechanical and act accordingly
2. Never over-wind your hand-wound mechanical watch
3. Remember that water resistant doesn’t mean waterproof
4. Don’t wear your watch while playing golf or tennis
5. Remember to wear your watch
6. Keep your watch clean
7. Choose your watch repair facility wisely. (View Details)

Products Reviews:

Omega Constellation Reviews
A very sporty watch for a low price - Pros: good looks, many functions, long battery life. Well built. Name brand. Low price. Cons: can't replace the band (but it lasted for more than 3 years already).
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Omega Constellation Reviews
Wonderful seller
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Omega Constellation Reviews
Good. Happy
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Review by from Sweden Stenungsund
Omega Constellation Reviews
I have a 7 1/4 inch wrist and I may return this - beautiful item though
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Review by from Spain Arganda Del Rey
Omega Constellation Reviews
Great super fast works great A++
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Review by from Mexico Tlajomulco De Zu?iga, Jalisco.

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Watches News

Chronicle - Watchmakers' disappearing circle

Les Ambassadeurs - Magazine No 5

In spring 2009 at Baselworld, attentive observers noted that the face of fine watchmaking was no longer uniformly circular. The vast majority of round dials was joined by a few amazing UFOs offering masterful variations on the theme of linear time read-off. From the incredible CC1 by Urwerk to Opus IX by Harry Winston and Eric Giroud, along with the splendid Meccanico dG by de Grisogono, Swiss watchmaking suddenly seemed eager to break free of its hands and circular dials in order to prove that sophisticated mechanical horology was not inextricably entwined with a cyclical perception of time.
All of which raises the fundamental question our own relationship with time.

Let's start by ignoring the issue of the nature of time. Neither scientists nor philosophers have ever been able to define it other than in reference to themselves or to a beginning and an end - the limits of which vary with each new discovery. The perception of time is a personal, cultural and historical matter. There are two major schools of thought in this area: that of time as a cyclical phenomenon, and that of linear time.
Any observation of nature spontaneously suggests a cyclical vision of time. The earth spins on its axis and around the sun with absolute regularity. Once this time has been subdivided into precise units, our entire short-term temporal world can be measured. The immutably regular cycle of seasons dictates the periods of activity and rest, of seedtime and harvest. The visible world can be summed up within this endlessly accurate and reassuring process of constant renewal.
Horology was born from this vision of the world and thus naturally adopted the circle as its fundamental element. The figure 12 that dominates all dials is at once and in turn the beginning and the end, the Alpha and the Omega. This mechanical rhythm of the hours can be extrapolated to define all the various subdivisions, providing the cadence of the movements enables such measurements.
However, when it comes to defining a perpetual calendar, things are not quite so simple. Despite watchmakers' impressive ingenuity, no existing mechanism appears capable of offering a guarantee of precision extending beyond a few hundred years without any maintenance or adjustment. Is that a question of human incompetence? Definitely not! So let's get back to cyclical time. As soon as we need to move beyond measuring the time the Earth takes to move around the Sun, we are forced to resort to an arbitrary measurement.

While the latter varies according to our culture and our religion, there is nothing at all cyclical about it. We thereby enter the world of linear time. By way of example, this article is written in the year 2009 AD, which means the year 1430 of the Hegira, or Muslim calendar, and the year 5769 of the Jewish calendar. Given the high degree of probability that the events on which these calendars were founded are not reproduced at regular intervals, this means that measurement of our long-term time is in fact linear.
Perhaps you have also noticed that combining a cyclical hour with a linear date results in a necessarily linear combination. Does that mean we must definitively conclude that the flow of time is linear and not cyclical? This is a fundamental question that has fascinated the world's greatest thinkers, from the Greek stoics through to Nietzsche, as well as Pythagoras, Kant and Schopenhauer. And none of them have come up with any conclusive answer!
Religions have enabled humankind to look beyond the units of measurements provided by the sky above them, but have also fixed a beginning and in some cases an end that restricted their horizons. Galileo and Newton pointed out the limits of these theoretical constructions, yet without finding a more global cycle that would encompass previous ones. In 1927, Monsignor Georges Edouard Lemaître provided the world with a whole new paradigm thanks to the Big Bang, which pushed the Alpha of the universe back in time by a massive 14 billion years. Other researchers subsequently came up with an Omega in the form of the Big Crunch, forecast to occur in around 50 billion years' time. All of which provides material on which to build a new linear calendar, but still no means of defining a new cycle summing up the others and anchoring our vision of the world in a lasting and reassuring reality.


Just as an ant is incapable of grasping the round nature of the earth, we will probably never know whether the cycles of our solar system are part of the cycles of our universe as a whole, and whether the cycles of our universe are themselves incorporated within other realities that elude us and always will.
Whatever our level of knowledge, our time will always be subject to a superior linear factor that we must build - a daunting enterprise on the scale of our capacities for thought, but one that is of little importance in our daily lives.
So the regular cycle of the hands on the dials of our mechanical watches will continue to reassure us for many years to come, enabling us to enjoy the illusion that life is an endless circle in which absolutely anything can happen at any moment. And we will therefore be relieved to note that the linear displays provided by contemporary horology are all founded, without exception, on a mechanical base that is quite naturally… cyclical.