The present "Compass Lépine" watch with 24 hour dial is illustrated in Omega - A Journey Through Time by Marco Richon, pp. 460 & 461 and in Omega Watches by John Goldberger, p. 13. This particular dial allows, in good weather, the determination of the compass points by pointing the hour hand towards the sun.
The "Phileas Fogg" model is described and illustrated in Omega - A Journey Through Time by Marco Richon, p. 461. It was made for the Swedish market and fitted with a "universal time" dial showing the time difference between Stockholm and the world's ten, at the time, largest cities. The original advertisement was titled Omega med Phileas Fogg Tavla (Omega with Phileas Fogg dial) with the watch being carried by Jules Verne's famous hero of "Around the World in 80 Days", straddling the continents with his faithful servant Passepartout.
For a description and illustrations of the "Chrono-Tachymetre" model see pp. 522 & 523, op. cit.