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Omega Speedmaster


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Full Specification

  • Brand Omega
    Model No311.
  • Movement
    Features Chronograph, Date, Tachymeter
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre 9300
    Case Size 44.25 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Lug Width 21 mm
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Black
    Hands Stick
    Indexes Stick / Dot
    Strap Material Steel
    Strap Colour Silver
    EAN 7612586219665
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 100
    Warranty Period 5 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

Collection Video Discover the Speedmaster Collection

About the Omega Speedmaster Collection


Be it the first space watch or the first chronograph under the brand, the Omega Speedmaster collection holds various distinctions under its belt. Launched in 1957, the Speedmaster collection was made for sports and racing. In 1965, during the Sigma 7 mission by NASA, astronaut Walter Schirra took his Omega Speedmaster with him. This made the Speedmaster the very first watch that went to space. Even today, the Speedmaster Professional is the only watch certified by NASA.

The Moonwatch

Following the tradition of the Speedmaster that went to space, the Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional is the only watch certified for Extravehicular Activity (EVA). Today, the watch is more about being the only space watch in the world. The Moonwatch features a robust chronograph on the dial with a tachymeter on the bezel. The Moonwatch is made available in novelties every year with different materials.

The Speedmaster 38

Adding a touch of soul and vibrance to the Speedmaster collection, the Speedmaster 38 series features a set of a diamond-studded, widely vibrant set of timepieces. Retaining the DNA of the original Speedmaster of being a chronograph, the timepieces feature a horizontally stacked chronograph amongst the exuberant variations.

The Two Counters

Diving away from the original setup of a Speedmaster, the Two Counters series features a tachymeter on the bezel and a second-time zone at the 3 o’clock sub-dial. It also features a date window at the 6 o’clock marker. Further cementing the legend of the Speedmaster is the Chronoscope, a timepiece that is equipped with both a pulsometer and a telemeter on the dial with a unique spiral pattern. Instilling a sense of rarity, the Two Counters Moonphase features a detailed moon phase indicator at the 6 o’clock marker and a date sub-dial at 9.

Dark Side of The Moon

The dark side of the moon is home to a lot of conspiracy theories, one of them being the abundance of unknown but precious materials. The first to debunk these theories were the astronauts from Apollo 8. To pay homage to these astronauts cum explorers, Omega decided to launch a series under the Speedmaster collection called the ‘Dark Side of The Moon series. The timepieces in this series are home to various unique materials and precious stones such as diamonds in some. In stark contrast to the persona of the series, there is also a timepiece called the White Side of The Moon, a fully white timepiece reflecting the aesthetic acumen of the brand.

The Instruments

Expanding the ever-increasing horizon of excruciating timekeeping abilities, Omega decided to incorporate multi-functional timepieces with over-the-top abilities. Under the Instruments series is the Speedmaster Skywalker X-33, a set of timepieces that features a perpetual calendar, multiple time zone, dates, and the signature uni-directional bezel. To be able to further demonstrate the capabilities of the Instrument series, Omega decided to equip it with a timepiece that can also tell the exact time on Mars. Called the X-33 Marstimer, the timepiece was made in conjunction with European Space Agency. The series is also equipped with a Regatta timer called the X-33 Regatta ETNZ Limited Edition which is just limited to 2,017 units.

The Heritage Models

Keeping the heritage alive, the Speedmaster collection is home to the Heritage series. Equipped with a set of timepieces that are made with various unique materials such as the Canopus Gold, the Heritage series celebrates the timeless elegance of the Speedmaster collection.

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch


    • Brand Omega
    • Reference 9300
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve approx. 60 hours
    • Frequency 28800 bph
    • Date Date
    • Chronograph Chronograph, Column wheel

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  • Harneet Singh


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    The Cal 9300 Speedmaster ‘NON-Professional’ is as close as Omega gets to evolution of an icon. The famed Moonwatch still doesn’t have anything on it, and Omega should never try to mimic the icon of this century.

    The purely in-house movement, the comfortable oyster-esque bracelet with screw-pin-screw layout and the 44mm case which looks more like a 42mm minutes after wearing, and the sapphire case back. These things all come together under a canopy of the most sought after watch which still holds its own after Claude Baillod of Omega, in 1957 made the first Speedmaster.

    To start off, this is NOT the professional. The thing that strikes you the most about this watch is the two sub-registers rather than three. The third is cleverly integrated into the seconds hand. This is again a co-axial escapement (Swiss: L’échappement Co-Axial), has a Si-14 hairspring as with other Omegas of this decade and is differentiated from 9301 in that this doesn’t have an 18ct. red gold rotor, balance bridge, black screws, balance wheel and barrels. This set-up makes this, again, a watch on the low maintenance schedule.

    This one, again, is COSC certified, so no worrying about accuracy for at least five years, which is guaranteed by the Chrono certificate to run in between -6 to 4 a day.

    This watch clearly has the Moonwatch DNA but makes another bold statement for a company that is on the right manufacturing path for years to come. The price comes as a shocker especially if you compare it to the ‘Professionals’ but if you look at Chronos of similar brands with the same set of features and the evolutionary tech behind it, one comes to appreciate this watch for what it is - a new Masterpiece.