Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch, the watch worn on the moon, has been upgraded. The legacy continues with the most advanced anti-magnetic technology.
Also approved by NASA for space flights: Omega’s latest Speedmaster Moonwatch offers a genuine connection to space history.
There’s perhaps no better way for watch fans to celebrate humankind’s most famous achievements beyond Earth. The Speedmaster Moonwatch is now anti-magnetic, thanks to the Co-Axial #MasterChronometer Calibre 3861, an evolution of the iconic movement that went to the moon.
There are four eye-catching models in steel that make up the Speedmaster Moonwatch Master Chronometer collection. The hesalite glass models can be chosen on a nylon fabric strap, or a fully-brushed stainless steel bracelet. The sapphire crystal models can be selected on a leather strap or a stainless steel bracelet with polished and brushed links.
“With Master Chronometer certification, the most serious upgrade to the Moonwatch movement has arrived.”
As well as featuring its three chronograph subdials, the black step dial includes domed minute and seconds chronograph hands, as well as an adjusted minute track for the new movement’s frequency. Created with a new design, the bracelet clasp features a polished OMEGA logo on a satin-finished cover. Beautifully refined with a width of 15mm, it also includes two polished pushers in a new oval shape.
It took 4 years to produce a calibre that could achieve Master Chronometer certification, while also matching the dimensions of the previous Moonwatch movement – the 1861. The new calibre has done exactly that, while improving the power reserve, chronometric performance and magnetic resistance.
Taking the levels of luxury into a higher stratosphere, a collection of 18K gold models is also on offer. Whether it’s the fiery red of 18K Sedna gold, or the brilliant white of 18K Canopus gold, each model offers the same superb upgrade, with distinctive 4th generation touches and Master Chronometer certification.