Omega Railmaster Co-Axial
If the Speedmaster was made for racing, the Seamaster for underwater exploration, the Railmaster was, despite it’s less self-explanatory name, created especially for tackling magnetic fields. Introduced in 1957, the original reference CK2914 could withstand up to 1,000 gauss.
In 2017, Omega revamped the Railmaster for its 60th anniversary. With the new caliber 8806, it can now withstand up to 15,000 gauss. Aside from this upgrade, the re-edition was a faithful tribute to the original design, with its old-school dial configuration (3-6-9-12 numerals), large luminous triangles at each hour, and the “aged lume” look to match.