|Case Size||42 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||100|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||3 years|
|Stock Status||Buy Now|
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch
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The Speedmaster line of timepieces is one of the brand’s most iconic series of watches. It features watches that are a remarkable demonstration of the watchmaker’s bold and ground-breaking style. They represent the brand’s technical mastery at its height, with innovation and style going hand in hand. Featuring world-class workmanship with great attention to detail, each timepiece under this collection is a minimalist, but classic OMEGA number.
The 3188.8.131.52.01.001model is a limited edition number from Speedmaster’s Moonwatch range. Design-wise, it sports a black enamel clockface, which has a scratch-resistant lens made of sapphire crystal protecting it. As part of its timekeeping function, it features a 12-hour, 30-minute and 60-seconds’ counter at the sixth, third and ninth hour positions respectively. A black bezel, with a tachymetry scale finely etched on its surface, comes mounted on the 42mm steel case of this watch. To enable watch enthusiasts to have an idea and get a clear view of its self-winding movement, it sports a transparent yet durable case rear.
Apart from polished hands and indexes as hour-markers, the black clockface also features prominent minute markers along its outer edge. While an ergonomically constructed crown, with two pushers for company, completes the design of this OMEGA creation. The watch is presented on a sturdy, stainless steel bracelet that exudes both sophistication and solidity.
The watch features a powerful Co-Axial 3201calibre that powers its movement and secondary functions with great ease. It has a water-resistance capacity of 100m, and one can safely swim or even bathe without removing the watch. As part of its optimal timekeeping tradition, the timepiece’s various sub-dials ensure a precise and reliable recording of lapsed time, in addition to performing its function of keeping track of hours, minutes and seconds.
Omega launched its range of Chronograph watches in the year 1957, under the Speedmaster collection. Originally, the watches in this collection were designed as a sports and racing chronograph, and not for space exploration. It was then selected by NASA in 1965 for all manned space flights.
This remarkable collection of Chronograph watches has been exemplified in several series. Featuring a timeless design, the rugged and reliable Moonwatch Chronograph, is a classic chronograph. The Speedmaster professional was the first watch to be worn on the moon and on all NASA’s manned missions since then. The Dark Side of the Moon collection is a tribute to the astronauts of the Apollo 8 who were the first to see the dark side of the moon. With a metallic grey bezel built from white ceramic, the Grey Side of the Moon has been inspired by the lunar dust, which has preserved all the steps of mankind on the moon. An updated form of the classic Mark II was launched in 2014, which features an illuminated tachymeter. Honouring the decades-long connection of the chronographs with motor racing, the Racing was launched. To commemorate the historic occasion of the first lunar landing, the Apollo 11 45th Anniversary was launched, with its case crafted from grade 2 titanium. Other compelling series from the Speedmaster Collection include the Speedmaster 57, HB-SIA, Skywalker X-33 and Spacemaster Z-33.
The first watch on the moon was the “Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph”, worn by astronaut Buzz Aldrin. The producer, director, writer, and Hollywood actor, Tom Hanks and the adventurer, explorer, and mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, have been seen wearing an Omega Seamaster Professional.
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