The Omega De Ville collection was first launched in 1967 as a range of watches synonymous with elegance, style and outstanding watchmaking. In 1999 it became the first watch to be equipped with Omega's revolutionary Co-Axial escapement. Marking a new era in master watchmaking for the Swiss company, Co-Axial escapement was developed to produce superior mechanical efficiency and exceptional chronometric performance. This Omega De Ville Prestige Butterfly timepiece with its 32.7mm stainless steel case has a diamond-set red gold bezel. Flying across the white mother-of-pearl dial are delicate transferred butterfly outlines. With eight diamond indices and a round date aperture at 6 o'clock, time is told by the red gold central hour, minute and seconds hands. Powered by Omega's famous Co-Axial calibre 2500 movement with COSC chronometer certification, the watch has a power reserve of up to 48-hours. The watch is presented on a satin-brushed white leather strap.