The Omega Speedmaster is a design classic and should be viewed in the same way as the Leica Camera, the Eames Chair and the Corvette Stingray. All of these iconic designs are still in production today, being made in modern factories and subtly updated to
While I appreciate the movement, this one left me somewhat cold. It has an oddly modern vibe to it, perhaps because of the sapphire crystal and ceramic bezel, and I don’t like the proportions of how the bracelet and case work together. I know it is a fait
I think it's a heritage they should be more discerning of so that the magic is further reinforced instead of diluted. I'd probably scale back and distill the NASA story along a few celebratory lines. I'm no expert but here's an example: 1) First Omega in
Hi folks. Considering a Speedmaster Moonwatch Pro, the one without the mineral glass and with solid case back. I’ve been offered a new unworn full set complete with the humongous case and all the bits and 4.5 years of warranty remaining for £3k Is that a
... though today Wednesday I changed for another Speedy vintage I will share as soon as I can make some shots. A recent lucky catch I had been hunting for long time. I find the blue dial Moon Phase one of my favorite modern renderings of the Speedmaster.
If asked about the most iconic Omega,most would certainly mention the Speedmaster Moonwatch. Not me however ! Since it was launched,the Seamaster SMP 300 was my favorite Omega,and this certainly not because of the association with James Bond ! The latest
Sandwich a number of times onto the carpeted bedroom floor from a standing position (therefore, more than 4 feet) and each time there has been absolutely no consequence. Might this be evidence that the greater complexity of the coaxial escapement equates