The Supremely Elegant Omega Deville Trésor Packs a Punch

Its simplicity belies the highest standards of precision and performance. 

In a moment when things appear to be returning to uncertainty, the last thing you want is something that will clutter the mind. Instead, you want something uncomplicated and dependable—easy even. And if this easy and helpful thing happens to come in a premium package, then it’s all the better. Anything beautiful is food for the soul. 

The 2021 editions of the Omega De Ville Trésor embody all these. With a slim case enveloping a treasure (the tresor) or the watchmaker’s most advanced calibers, they continue Trésor’s legacy as a singular creation that offers precision in a simple design.  

Omega Deville Trésor Power Reserve

Photo by Omega.

Photo by Omega.

This simplicity is drawn from elegance. The first two releases of Trésor feature 40 mm cases in the metal of kings, yellow gold or Omega’s trademarked Sedna gold, matched with burgundy or gray leather straps, respectively. Adding to their refined appearance, both feature domed dials, polished hands, and applied domed indexes.

What’s new in 2021 are the subdials, which define the two models. One Trésor features a small seconds display at six o'clock, while another includes the small seconds display plus a power reserve display at 12 o'clock. Notably, in the latter, the Omega logo is positioned at three o'clock. 

Omega Deville Trésor Small Seconds

Photo by Omega.

What remains constant is Trésor’s commitment to the highest standards of precision and performance. These models are powered by the manual-winding Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber. As well, the Omega De Ville Trésor watches and their movements are certified by METAS or the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology, so that, when you look down at the one on your wrist, you’ll always know you're on the right track even in these strangest of times. 


Photo by Omega.

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