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Omega doubles down on timepiece duo

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Omega has introduced a timepiece duo as it doubles down in support of international non-profit NGO, Orbis.

Two 40mm watches in stainless steel, both sporting a domed gradient blue dial with polished hands and applied domed indexes in 18K white gold.

As part of the offering, Omega has made available a choice of polished or diamond-set and whether they select a bezel of shining steel or sparking stones, customers can be sure of Omega-level luxury.

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A monthly reminder of what makes an Orbis watch such a worthwhile investment has also been built in.

As a playful reference to the cuddly toys given to children undergoing eye surgery, an Orbis Teddy Bear replaces the number 8 on the date indicator. A charming mascot shaded in the same light blue as the varnished seconds hand.

Driving each De Ville is the luxury version of Omega’s Calibre 8511, with 18K red gold balance bridge. Both watches have a blue leather strap with polished buckle.

Every watch sold comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and Omega’s famous 5-year warranty, with the Brand explaining how the special presentation box and delightful Teddy Bear key holder will charm even the most serious collector.

Since 2011, Omega has been a proud and avid supporter of Orbis: an international non-profit NGO, committed to preventing avoidable blindness in the world’s poorest regions.

Purchasing one of these watches, helps give wings to a Flying Eye Hospital, as it raises funds for Orbis’ dedicated team of medical professionals.

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