Brushed-finished stainless steel case with polished edges.
Brushed-finished stainless steel bracelet with polished-finished thin center links.
Steel unidirectional rotating bezel with polished black ceramic fill.
Lacquered black dial with luminous dot hour markers.
Skeletonized hour and minute hands with luminous edges. Red subdial hands and seconds hand with luminous fill.
Large red central seconds hand.
30-minute counter located at 3 o'clock.
12-hour counter located at 6 o'clock.
Small seconds hand sub-dial at the 9 o'clock position.
Date window located at the 6 o'clock position within the subdial.
Helium escape valve and date corrector located at 10 o'clock on the case edge.
COSC-certified Omega Caliber 3330 automatic chronograph movement with a column-wheel mechanism, a Co-Axial Escapement, and a silicon balance spring:
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 movement beats at 28,800 vph, contains 31 jewels, and has a power reserve of 52 hours.
Stainless steel case back is stamped with the seahorse medallion.