Blue Tannins, A Tribute To Classics-omega Releases The New Ironmaster Zhizhen Observatory

In 1957, OMEGA’s first Ironmaster watch came out. With its stable structure and excellent anti-magnetic performance, it met the needs of people at that time. Today, Omega draws inspiration from tannins and releases the new Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory, paying tribute to that glorious industrial history.

  Omega applies tannin elements to the new Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory, creating a ‘blue tannin’ textured dial. The dial is frosted, and the hours and hands are covered with a light gray Super-LumiNova luminous coating. The watch is fitted with a beige ‘lollipop’ central seconds hand and is printed with the classic ‘Railmaster’ logo. The unique color scheme is reminiscent of the stitching at the stitching of jeans.

Omega Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory Watch-with blue tannin NATO NATO military strap

Omega Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory Watch-with blue tannin NATO NATO military strap

  The watch is equipped with a blue tannin NATO military strap, and the inside of the strap and the strap buckle are made of brown leather. The watch is also available in stainless steel bracelet.

Omega Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory Watch-with stainless steel bracelet

Omega Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory Watch-with stainless steel bracelet

  The new Ironmaster watches follow the classic look while incorporating modern design elements. The 40 mm stainless steel case has a symmetrical design and is sanded vertically. The case has a conical crown on one side. The back of the case is designed with a corrugated edge and the unique Naiad lock technology ensures that the engraved lettering on the back remains neat and elegant.

Omega Ironmaster Zhizheng Observatory Watch-with blue tannin NATO NATO military strap

  Over 60 years, Omega has always been one of the industry pioneers in the field of watch antimagnetic innovation. The new Ironmaster watch is equipped with the 8806-Zhenzhen Observatory movement, which is equivalent to 15 times the magnetic field strength of the original watch. Every Omega Chronometer is certified to the highest industry standards approved by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) and can withstand strong magnetic fields of up to 15,000 Gauss.