Looking carefully at the hesalite glass of my ST2 "Ultraman"... I noticed with surprise that there is no logo inside!

Sep 14, 2018,05:01 AM
 

For my modest experience, I had never seen Speedmaster's plastic glasses without the Omega logo.


Here some pictures of the subject in question!


(sorry for the poor phone pictures, but I'm sure the lack of logo is obvious also with these...)










Below the official picture from Omega website: I'm pretty sure this is a glass without logo. Like mine...





Two questions arise spontaneously:

1- Is there any other Ultraman without glass logo?
2- Do you think is something related to this model or... a change in the Omega standard?




Have a great Friday, folks!

massi


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Fake? ;)

 
 By: blomman Mr Blue : September 14th, 2018-09:25
Jokes aside, strange if Omega changes such a profile detail... Best Blomman

Interesting...the one from HSTE has it.

 
 By: Raymond_S : September 14th, 2018-09:34
when I check Seeks new CK2998, it didn’t have it so I thought this is for reissued watches only because the Seamaster 1948 70th has it. Well, you might be the lucky one. Rgds Raymond

Hi Raymond! Both CK2998 and Seamaster 1948 70th are fitted with sapphire crystal,

 
 By: massimiliano : September 14th, 2018-15:21
the last one, like the Railmaster and Seamster 60th re-editions, has the logo engraved: but the Ultraman has a plastic glass (Historically equipped with engraved logo) so... what happened to the logo!? Thank for your kind words! Best, massi

Different world

 
 By: cicindela : September 15th, 2018-11:11
Well it could have something to due with that it came from outer-space.

Mine

 
 By: cicindela : September 15th, 2018-11:49
Actually, mine certainly has one, Perhaps it some are having difficulty seeing it as it is very fine and crisp.

We've heard of ghost dials and bezels, so why not . . .

 
 By: Dr No : September 15th, 2018-12:51
. . . ghost crystals?

Good observation

 
 By: reintitan : September 16th, 2018-02:09
Could it possibly be due to different (or new) suppliers of the Hesalite crystal? Although, I have not yet seen any of my Hesalite Speedies without the Omega logo, and that goes for brand new, vintage, or OEM service crystals I bought from parts houses li...