You can see in the minute register at 3 o’clock Omega has chosen, instead of build a dedicated 5 minute count-down complication as found in a traditional regatta timer, to simply mark the chronograph with a 5 minute regatta scale. This may seem like a bit of a simplification, but in actuality it allows the watch to remain a true chronograph, which, in my opinion is a great thing.
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