Omega Speedmaster Co-axial Watch On The Adventure
When Omega launched the first Speedmaster series watch in 1957, no one expected that this watch would embark on a long adventure and eventually become the most prestigious chronograph model in the world. The new Speedmaster Wide Arrow Co-Axial Watch introduces stylish elements to the Speedmaster classic design. The Omega Speedmaster series has participated in hundreds of NASA space operations, including six moon landing feats.
Black or silver dial with striking Geneva pattern. The three chronograph dials commonly found in Speedmaster series watches have outer rings, which surround the unique ‘honeycomb’ structure in the center of the small dial, which makes the Speedmaster coaxial series watches unique. The small dial ring of the silver dial model is blackened, while the small dial ring of the black dial model is silver, and the visual contrast is bright and bright. The date window is at 4.30.
The black and rhodium-plated hour and minute hands are coated with a white luminous coating, which clearly indicates the time under any light conditions. Both the central chronograph and small dial hands have red tips.
The 44.25 mm diameter stainless steel case follows the Omega Speedmaster classic case design that has gone beyond half a century. This model has a stainless steel bracelet or an integrated black alligator leather strap.
The power of the Speedmaster coaxial watch is derived from the Omega 3313 coaxial movement. This self-winding chronograph has been awarded the Official Swiss Observatory Certification (COSC), guaranteeing its highly accurate travel time. The movement is equipped with Omega’s unique three-layer coaxial escapement device, which can still excel in outstanding performance over time. The maintenance period of the movement was extended, and Omega promised a three-year service. In addition, the hour hand can be adjusted independently of the minute and second hands, which perfectly meets the needs of people who often travel in different time zones. The movement of the coaxial movement is clearly visible through the transparent sapphire case back.
The watch is also equipped with a column wheel timing system, which performs better in timing functions. Water-resistant to 100 meters.
No watch is more adventurous than the Omega Speedmaster series, and the Speedmaster coaxial wide-angle watch introduces a new fashion style for this series of watches. The design style integrates artistically, and it is bound to become one of the most popular Speedmaster models.
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.