No watch has a deeper sense of adventure than the Omega Speedmaster. Since 1965, the Omega Speedmaster has become an important member of every manned space mission of NASA, and has established an outstanding reputation on July 20, 1969. On this day, when the Apollo 11 lunar module landed on the surface of the moon, Buzz Aldrin stepped on the moon, and the Speedmaster professional watch fixed outside the space suit has a special name-‘ ‘Moon watch’, to this day, ‘Moon watch’ has become synonymous with the Omega Speedmaster watch series. Omega launched a new Speedmaster watch, which is more closely related to the moon. This model not only includes all the famous chronograph functions of the Speedmaster series, but also has moon phase function and date indicator.
The Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Phase Watch features a blackened aventurine dial with hour markers on the dial. Aventurine is an unusually dazzling, highly reflective crystal formed by adding metal oxides during the melting process of glass. The moon phase disk is also aventurine, while the moon phase itself is made of mother-of-pearl. The date hand floats above the moon phase display.
Like the classic moon watch, the Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Phase Watch is also equipped with the Omega 1866 movement. This hand-wound chronograph has many modern design features: the wear-resistant sapphire crystal is anti-reflective on both sides; the polished screw-in caseback also features sapphire crystal.
Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Phase Chronograph with stainless steel bracelet or crocodile leather strap. Polished or frosted stainless steel bracelet with Omega patented chain needle system; integrated black alligator leather strap with folding buckle.
This watch is naturally reminiscent of NASA’s six moon landing missions, and astronauts wear Omega Speedmasters in each mission. In addition, it displays the phase of the planet closest to us elegantly on the dial. Omega has been associated with the moon for more than 40 years, and today it is even more glorious to launch the Speedmaster Professional Moon Phase Chronograph.
Omega was born in 1848 and belongs to the Swatch Group, the world’s leading watch group. For more than 160 years, Omega has become synonymous with excellence, innovation and precision. Loyal to the pioneering spirit of the brand’s roots, Omega is committed to innovation in many fields such as sports timing, precision technology and design, and spares no effort to promote the progress of watchmaking technology and the development of watchmaking history. It is this innovative spirit that has led Omega to dive into the deep sea and travel to space. For a long time, through numerous partnership agreements signed with top sports events such as golf, bobsled, rowing, track and field and swimming, Omega actively promotes the accurate performance of sports timing and strives for perfection. Since 1932, Omega has been awarded the Olympic Games designated timing task for 24 consecutive times, the last two being the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. In the 2012 London Olympic Games and the Olympic Games until 2020, Omega will also repeat this task.