Omega Apollo-soyuz Commemorative Edition Watch Introduction

Stainless steel case with a diameter of 42 mm and a thickness of 14.5 mm. The bottom cover depicts the docking scene of two spacecrafts, and is engraved with ‘International Space Station’, the date of docking, and the names of five astronauts on the US and Soviet Union. The black color on the dial is the result of surface oxidation. The second hand and chronograph dial are the natural color of the meteorite
米 Omega also recommended Supermaster professional watches to Soviet astronauts at the time to ensure that the docking process was completed on time. Only 14 years later, Omega learned that the NPO Energija Space Center in the former Soviet Union finally decided to use Speedmaster watches as standard equipment, but they had to be purchased by the government. In order to commemorate this historic moment, Omega has specially launched the Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Apollo & mdash; Soyuz & ldquo; 35th Anniversary Edition & chronograph, limited to 1975.
It still uses the 1861 hand-wound chronograph movement (only for the lunar watch), and its appearance is exactly the same as the classic Speedmaster professional watch, but its dial is made of extremely rare natural meteorites (meteorites remaining after entering the earth’s atmosphere and hitting the land surface at high speed ) Cut from. Because no two dials are exactly the same, each watch in the limited edition is guaranteed to be unique.
In addition to this limited-edition watch with special significance, with the constant increase in women’s mechanical watches in recent years, female members of the Omega Speedmaster family have also performed well. Newly launched four 38mm Speedmaster women’s watches with black, purple, grey and white dials. Two of them are set with 54 diamonds on the bezel, and the other two are ceramic bezels without diamonds. The colors and styles provide a variety of choices for female wearers. They are all equipped with the 3304 automatic movement certified by the Swiss official observatory. From a feminine point of view, they combine the long-established dynamic charm and excellent timekeeping performance of the Speedmaster series without worrying about winding.
米 Omega was originally a Speedmaster designed according to the needs of motorsports. Its speed ring is located on the front of the bezel, hence the name Speedmaster. However, unexpectedly, NASA listed the Speedmaster list as the object of inspection when selecting aviation watches. Since then, it has stood out from the ten candidate watches with precise timing and reliable performance, becoming the first watch to go with the astronaut out of the cabin, and also the only watch on the moon. It has a louder name & mdash; & mdash; Supermaster Professional Watch. This inadvertent insertion also adds a little more legend to the already famous Omega watch.