Following the announcement of the arrival of its observed Caliber 321 movement in January 2019 and the July arrival of the main new watch to house this movement, the Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum , Omega is now announcing the Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 in Stainless Steel.
This new 321-powered Speedmaster model is roused to the Speedmaster ST 105.003 that astronaut Edward White was wearing when he turned into the main American to stroll in space in 1965. The balanced 39.70 mm distance across case has straight hauls and is created from treated steel with a bezel ring in polished dark fired [ZrO2] upgraded by a tachymeter scale in white veneer.
The Super-LumiNova-treated Moonwatch hands contrast a dark advance dial that includes a little seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock just as 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder at 3 and 6 o’clock individually. Within the scratch-safe sapphire precious stone has an enemy of intelligent treatment for upgraded clarity.
Omega planners offered attention to appreciation some subtleties that could be found in the original model, including vintage Omega logos and the position of the dot close to the 90 in the tachymeter scale (“Dot over Ninety”).
Of course, the new model highlights a straightforward sapphire-gem caseback to show the delightful hand-wound type, one of the best illustration of horizontal grip, column wheel controlled chronograph movement.
Furnished with a Breguet offset spring and got done with a 18K Sedna gold PVD coating, every Caliber 321 movement is gathered by a similar watchmaker. Beating at a recurrence of 2.5 Hz (18,000 vibrations each hour), it offers 55 hours of power save.
Water impervious to 5 bar (50 meters/167 feet), the new Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 in Stainless Steel ref. 3188.8.131.52.01.001 is coordinated to a completely executed brushed and polished tempered steel arm band and has a cost of Euro 13,400. omegawatches.com
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