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Omega Speedmaster Professional Ref. 311.


New Omega 42mm Speedmaster Professional, Black Dial, Black Leather Strap, Ref. 311.

Only one watch is qualified by NASA for all space missions.  Only one watch was issued to astronauts about to land on the Moon, the Omega Speedmaster Professional.  This Moonwatch features a black dial covered by the same hesalite crystal approved by NASA for space. It has the same small seconds sub-dial, 30-minute recorder and 12-hour recorder along with a central chronograph hand.  The black bezel, with its tachymetric scale, is mounted on a 42mm stainless steel case and presented on a black, leather strap.  At the heart of this chronograph is Omega’s mechanical caliber 1861, a descendent of the legendary manual-winding movement worn on the Moon.

This timepiece is offered with a special Moonwatch presentation box and comes with an additional NATO style strap as well as an extra long Velcro strap to be worn over your space suit as the astronauts did, as well as tool to change the straps and a book highlighting the Speedmaster heritage.

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Item ID0002224
Model #311.
Model NameSpeedmaster Professional
Serial Number78XXXXXX


Watches are indeed marvels of engineering, craftsmanship and design with many different features, but no matter how different, they all must perform the same task, telling time. There can no higher accolade then to rely upon a watch to accurately tell the time for the first humans to ever leave our planet on a journey to be the first to walk on the Moon.  If you must own only one watch, it should be a Moonwatch. If you are fortunate enough to own several watches, one of them should be a Moonwatch.

Omega is one of the world’s most recognizable luxury watch brands. Although founded in 1848, the company did not become known as Omega until 1894, when the company took the name of its highly successful new watch movement. The revolutionary movement used a single crown for both winding and time setting. Success followed success when in 1905, due to its commitment to accuracy, Omega became the official timekeeper for Swiss sporting events. Later in 1932, Omega became the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games. To mark Omega’s 100th year anniversary, Omega introduced the watch that would become one of the world’s most popular watches, the Seamaster. While these are remarkable achievements, the watch that made Omega a legend among watchmakers was the Speedmaster, the only watch to survive the brutal NASA testing requirements and the only watch certified by NASA for use in Space. It is no surprise that Omega watches are recognized today as spectacularly rugged tool watches hiding in a luxury watch.