Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Stainless Steel Black Dial
The Speedmaster Moonwatch is one of the world’s most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six moon landings, the legendary chronograph is an impressive representation of...
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One of the most iconic timepieces in the world, the Speedmaster Moonwatch is a legendary chronograph with a rich outer space history. Part of all six moon landings, the watch has come a long way to honor its glorious past and yet remain contemporary in its appeal. Housed in a 42mm steel case that is water-resistant up to 50 meters, this Speedmaster Moonwatch features a black dial and comes equipped with a sapphire crystal glass on the front and caseback.
The watch is powered by the Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 3861, which delivers a power reserve of around 40 hours.
Omega – the final letter in the Greek alphabet, epitomizes the ultimate. Founded as Le Generale Watch Co in La Chaux-de-Fonds by Louis Brandt in 1848, Omega has emerged as one of the most reliable, contemporary, and highly coveted brands over the last century.
In 1879, when Brandt passed away, his sons stepped in to continue what their father started and relocated the company’s headquarters to Biel, where the manufacture is currently still based. Omega has introduced a wealth of technical innovations over the course of its history, including the world’s first wristwatch with a minute repeater in 1892. It also pioneered the co-axial escapement, a significant horological advancement that paved the way for greater mechanical efficiency. It is a mechanism that remains widely implemented in watchmaking today.
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