The Omega DeVille watch is Omega's "out of the box" line of watches.
The term De Ville was introduced in 1960 as part of the Seamaster line.
However, it subsequently became an independent line and currently features many interesting and innovative watches that are at the forefront of Omega's design efforts.
The top of the De Ville line are the hour vision models.
The all have the co-axial chronometer movements.
The watch has a transparent case back and crystal inserts on the sides of the watch which allow close observation of the movement from many angles.
The basic watches in this line house the 8500 movement with the date function.
The 4220.127.116.11.01.001 seen below has one of the nicest dial layouts available.
The De Ville Hour Vision Annual Calendar is the latest addition to this line.
It houses the 8611 co-axial chronometer movement and, as the name indicates, has an annual calendar movement.
If you are going for one of these, you might as well go top of the line with the 418.104.22.168.13.001 in rose gold.
The De Ville 4 Counters Chronograph is a special watch and with its 4 sub-dials laid out on the front, it is not for everyone.
It houses the automatic winding chronograph 3890 chronometer movement.
It is packed with features and functions which include day, date and chronograph functions.
The 422.214.171.124.06.001 in stainless steel will definitely draw attention wherever you go.
If you are looking for a more elegant, subdued watch then the De Ville Prestige Automatic is one of your best bets.
It has the cal 2500 self-winding co-axial chronometer movement.
Fans of the two-tone look will love the 4374.11.00 with the golden dial and two-tone fitted bracelet.