|Case Size||44 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||100|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 years|
|Stock Status||Buy Now|
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch
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The OMEGA Speedmaster is a very special watch series with a rich history. This watch, considered the most popular chronograph by many people, is NASA approved to feature in all of its piloted space flights.
The titanium Speedmaster Co-Axial Chronograph Moonwatch 3220.127.116.11.03.00 has an understated but charming design. It has a beautiful iridescent blue dial that bears resemblance to the original Moonwatch. The blue colour can also be seen on the polished ceramic bezel of this watch. You can find two sun dials, one showing small seconds at 9 o’clock and the other one at 3 o’clock acting as a 12-hour and 60-minute chronograph recorder. This watch has hands and dial markers that are luminescent. The case is made from titanium and measures 44.25mm, and sapphire crystal is fitted on it to protect the watch from scratches as well as to improve sunlight legibility. This case as well as the crown is screw down type. The back case is covered with sapphire crystal as well, allowing you to see the movement inside the watch.
The Moonwatch 318.104.22.168.03.001 chronograph is a COSC certified chronometer for its highly accurate timekeeping. The movement in use is a self winding Omega 9300. It features the Co-Axial escapement that ensures greater accuracy, durability and stability. It has a power reserve of 60 hours. The chronograph function will allow you to measure even the smallest time intervals with accuracy while the tachymeter will allow you to measure speed in kilometres per hour. This Omega luxury watch is also offers water resistance down to a depth of 100 metres, so you can take it with you while you are swimming.
The Speedmaster has been a part of all six lunar missions
The Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Omega Co-Axial Chronograph 44.25 mm is the official chronograph on every NASA flight.
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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Omega Speedmaster moonwatch has a historical significance as it witnessed man’s first foot step on the moon. Post that, it took part in 6 other lunar missions. NASA has recognized it as the official chronograph for its space missions.
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