While the watches are definitely handsome on the outside, the movement inside is one of the most interesting things here. The hand-wound caliber 8910 (8929 in the gold models) is Master Chronometer certified by METAS and is finished in a style that’s become one of Omega’s signatures over the last few years. As far as volume-produced movements go, the finishing is top of the pile, and the version of the movement in the gold editions has a gold balance bridge for a little extra flair.

Notably, prices for the steel models start at $6,500 and go up to $15,000 for the gold models with enamel dials, making them all the more appealing.