Brushed/Satin finished stainless steel case with polished finished beveled edges.
Brushed finished stainless steel bracelet with polished finished edges.
Polished & brushed ribbed edge.
Orange aluminum ring.
Black numbers and index hour markers.
Matte black dial.
Applied polished steel index hour markers with blue luminescent fill.
Applied metallic orange colored 12 hour marker.
Polished steel hands: hour & seconds hand with blue luminescent fill, minute hand with green luminescent fill as does the 12 o'clock dot on the rotating bezel.
Chronograph Stopwatch functions:
Large orange tipped central seconds hand counter.
Minute & hour counters are combined into a single sub-dial located at the 3 o'clock position. The hour hand is of orange aluminum & the minute hand is polished steel - both with luminescent fill.
Small continuous running seconds hand sub-dial located at the 9 o'clock position.
Date window displayed at the 6 o'clock position
Helium Escapement Valve located on the edge of the case at the 10 o'clock position
Slightly domed sapphire crystal.
Omega caliber 9300, beats at 28,800 vph, contains 54 Jewels & has an approximate power reserve of 60 hours - thanks to its twin barrels mounted in series.
Column-Wheel Chronograph - column wheel is visible from the transparent case back.
The movement features Omega's "Si 14" silicon balance spring, which contributes to the movements outstanding resistance to shock and to environmental disturbances and thus, to the watch’s chronometric performance.
The movement also features the now-standard Co-Axial Escapement which contributes to greater precision, stability & durability. The Co-Axial escapement has less friction & reduces the necessity of lubrication thus reducing the time required between servicing.
The combination of the SI 14 balance spring & the Co-Axial escapement makes for an extremely reliable & stable movement.
The rotor & visible bridges are decorated with a unique "arabesque" wave design finish.