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from everyday wear to technical dive watch to secret spy mission, the Seamaster collection has a timepiece for every need.
The Speedmaster collection is born from the heritage of the watch certified by NASA for all manned space missions.
The De Ville line presents a diverse ensemble of models with sleek design and masterful craftsmanship.
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The Speedmaster Moonwatch is one of the world’s most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six moon landings, the legendary chronograph is an impressive representation of the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit.
Presented on a brushed five-arched-links-per-row bracelet, this 42 mm Moonwatch in stainless steel features hesalite glass on the front and an embossed Seahorse medallion on the caseback. Inspired by the 4th generation Speedmaster style worn on the moon, it also includes an asymmetrical case, black step dial and the famous dot over 90 on the anodised aluminium bezel ring.
The watch is driven by the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 3861, which powers the small seconds sub-dial, 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder, along with the central chronograph function.
Case Size: 42.0
Dial Color: Black
Reference Number: 310.30.42.50.01.001
Band Material: Stainless Steel
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Originally Designed by George Daniels, The Co-Axial escapement is harnessed by omega to make each watch more accurately for longer.
This revolutionary escapement halves the amount of wear on each fork, allowing watches to meet the strict METAS standard.
james bond and the seamaster
From 1995 onward, Daniel Craig's portrayal of James Bond has consistently featured an OMEGA Seamaster in each film. As a result, the Seamaster has gained global recognition for its association with the iconic character 007.
From the Aqua Terra to the Planet Ocean and Professional 300m, The Omega Seamaster line has been the go to timekeeping tool for the worlds most notorious spy.
NASA and the Speedmaster
In 1965, NASA approved the Speedmasters use in piloted missions, and since then, it has been present on all six lunar landings, earning the moniker "the Moonwatch."
Since becoming the inaugural timepiece worn on the Moon in July 1969, the Speedmaster has gained recognition as one of the most celebrated chronographs globally. It was the only watch to ever pass the tests needed to prepare for their space missions.