The word trésor means “treasure” in French, and it is the name of Replica’s new collection of ladies’ watches. The sub-collection, actually, of the De Ville family isn’t new in name, but they are new in some other ways for Omega. The Omega De Ville Trésor ladies watch comes in a couple of sizes and a range of styles with different case materials, dial colors, and straps.
The 2017 Cheap Omega Replica De Ville Trésor uses a caliber 4061 quartz movement found in a number of Omega ladies’ watches to keep them thin, narrow, quartz-accurate, and hassle-free. It has a 48-month battery life as well as a “red Omega logo with rhodium plated parts and circular graining” – though you won’t be seeing that regularly as this Omega De Ville Trésor has a solid caseback with a mirror and laser-etched floral motif.
The round case is available in 39mm or 36mm versions in polished steel or 18k Sedna gold and a range of dial colors – it appears for now that the Sedna gold version only comes in 36mm. The flowing shape of diamonds on opposite corners of the case as well as the elongated Roman numerals and slim hands are what define the overall look of the Omega Replica Watches, but details like the crown’s red “liquid ceramic” flower with a diamond in the middle make the design more refined and satisfying – in my opinion, at least.
Some design elements here might feel familiar or reminiscent of certain other ladies watches. In steel, however, the Omega De Ville Trésor Replica is considerably less expensive than, for example, the Piaget Limelight Gala with a similar visual swirl of diamonds in the asymmetric lugs, significantly more of them, and set in precious metal cases. Is it me or is almost every conceivable shape, font, etc. already claimed by some watch or brand that makes every other use of anything similar look unoriginal?
I personally think the Replica look perfectly elegant and fresh – and even though I can’t afford them as a gift right now with quartz anyway, they’d theoretically be more interesting to me with one of Omega’s great mechanical movements.