Sophisticated movement, great dial construction and a strong but elegant wrist presence. This one looks brilliant both from the front and the back. Best of all, a crazy, innovative idea. Oh, and the movement develops a wonderful glow as the German silver bridges yellow over time. Mine just came back
My experience was the exact opposite with the Apollo 11 and EW. The Apollo 11 has a narrow bracelet as well, but the look worked on that watch for me. This shows that Omega were right about releasing both pieces as they appeal to different collectors.
I purchased it for the movement and will try it on a leather strap. I’m hoping I’ll like it as I generally prefer my Speedmasters on a strap, with the exception of the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary release, which I prefer on the bracelet. That’s an interesting one as I generally avoid colored metals, b
I believe brands are in a difficult spot and I empathize with them, but Omega has a particular virulent form of special editionits, which is in fortunate as it casts a shadow on their truly special pieces. Still, my issue with the steel 321 is personal. It has to do more with the looks. It is my und