Omega revive a 1950's classic and present the 2010 Ladymatic collection. The 2010 Ladymatic was first launched in 1955 and its classy refined case shape became a prominent part of the brands's portfolio, loved for its style and also for the fact that it had a mechanical heart - it was powered by the brand's smallest automatic movement created exclusively for use in the Omega ladies watch collection.
The 2010 Ladymatic is available in a considerable array of editions, 18 carat red gold, 18 carat yellow gold or stainless steel case, polished or diamond set bezel, white mother-of-pearl or black lacquer dial, diamond hour markers or none at all - in true Omega ladies collection tradition there is quite simply one to suit every taste.
Do not be fooled by the fashionista-pleasing selection however, this watch features the Omega Co-Axial Calibre 8520/8521 movement which is being gradually phased into the brands whole portfolio, having been tweaked and refined in preparation for mass-production. It is not the first ladies watch to benefit from the "precision stability and durability" of the groundbreaking Calibre which was pioneered by George Daniels, the Omega Aqua Terra ladies watches also feature the Co-Axial movement and it is refreshing to note that the brand are not exercising a "gents collection only" policy.
The piece measures 34mm and the unique Omega "supernova" pattern which flows out from the dial centre adds the right touch of glamour which ever dial edition you might choose. A perfectly placed little date window is located at the 3 o'clock position. The Omega Ladymatic comes presented on a choice of black or white alligator strap or case matching bracelet.