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Omega De Ville Prestige Watch

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Omega De Ville Prestige watches catch your attention with their classic, stylish design. These timepieces are definitely a characteristic of pure luxury. The Omega De Ville Prestige collection is one of the most popular collections of this brand, each model being chiseled until perfection has been achieved. The true ladies will appreciate these timeless classics with a fine retro touch.

If you strive to be fashionable, the Omega De Ville Prestige 24.4mm Model 424. is an essential, yet functional, element of your outfit. Also, if you are an amateur of quartz watches, you have to take into consideration this model.


This Prestige watch is an everlasting masterpiece, especially because it is made out of stainless steel. The mother-of-pearl dial of the watch is divided into two areas. The Roman numeral hour indexes can be found at the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions. The index hour markers and the numerals are polished with steel, so that they can be distinguished easily on the clock face. The dial is protected by a plain scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is surrounded by a fixed bezel. As platform for the whole structure, formed of the dial and the bezel, serves a 24,4 mm diameter stainless steel round-shaped case mounted on a stainless steel bracelet. So, this watch will delight any woman who tends to wear smaller watches.

The bracelet closes with a push button folding clasp. It can be freely adjusted if you feel that it is needed, fitting a wrist of up to 6.5 inches. In comparison with other models, the Omega De Ville Prestige 24.4mm Model 424. has a solid case back and has no screw-in crown.

This Prestige watch functions due to the Omega calibre 1376, providing as precise as ever possible quartz moment with rhodium-plated finish. The battery life lasts 48 months. The wristwatch is water resistant to a relative pressure of 3 bars (30 meters/100 feet).

If you intend to purchase this model, then be sure you receive the two-year international warranty from the date of sale. The warranty covers manufacturing defects and battery replacement. But, take care. It does not cover scratches, crystal or glass damage, straps such as leather, fabric or rubber, damage due to wear and tear, damage resulting from wear under conditions overcoming the water resistant rating of the manufacturer, or damage due to physical shock and/or accidental abuse.

If you observed any damages on your wristwatch from the start, do not try to repair it by yourself, and do not give it for repairs to another source. All warranty repairs have to be handled by the manufacturer directly, otherwise you risk to remain with your problem unsolved. The manufacturer will replace the necessary parts or, in very rare circumstances, it will replace the watch. If you found yourself in the situation in which you have to use your warranty and return the watch to the manufacturer, do not forget to include a copy of your invoice and a detailed letter indicating the problem, the return address, contact phone numbers and email address.

Also, you should know about the crown positions of the watch. They are two in total. The normal position or the wearing position is when the crown is set against the case, so that the watch encloses its water-resistance feature. The second position is for time setting. Here we can mention that the watch has just hours and minutes hands, the clock face missing the seconds hand. If you want to set the time, pull the crown out to position 2 and turn it forwards or backwards. When you’re done, push the crown back to normal position.

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