As much as I like Speedmaster, Omega needs to make up their mind- There cant be 100 different Moonwatches - 321, 3##1, 3861. Now that they got back..
..their lost pony best narrow down and stop fooling around with collectors. They trivialize their own merits -This one opened the hatch, this one saw the dog, this one saw the bigfoot, this one saw F1 from space and this one is for ppl who like orange.
To answer your Q Hesalite I believe. Sapphire if shattered wud be hazardous in space.
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will the hesalite speedie be discontinued?
I’ve heard rumors that omega will discontinue the current hesalite speedmaster professional, and put the 3861 movement in to-be-offered sapphire sandwich model, albeit at a higher price point. Anybody else hear such rumblings? And another minor question: ...
they'd sever the bloodline to their most treasured heritage if they did. Might "upgrade" the sapphire version, though. Cheers Marc
I have no new inside information, but I’m hoping that Omega will leave the hesalite model alone with the 1861 movement in place and upgrade the sapphire version to caliber 3861 and call it a day. That would let entry level collectors have access to the Sp...
Been hearing that as well
Who knows. If they do that, what a shame. I have always described the moonwatch as the most affordable luxury sports watch one can buy from a store. That’s how i got mine.