Omega sets a new benchmark for quality with a highly complex and unyielding standard of watch certification that adds scientific precision to your wrist, Steven Crane writes
But Omega, a luxury watch company with a range of COSC certified models, has upped the ante with the creation of the Master Chronometer Certification. In conjunction with the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (Metas), the brand has developed new benchmarks that subject its movements, as well as its completed watches, to eight Master Chronometer tests over 10 days.
Each watch must pass a range of criteria that replicate real-life wearing conditions, including immersion in water, fluctuations of temperature and exposure to magnetic fields of 15,000 gauss.
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