Omega Speedmaster Blue Side Of The Moon
Model no. : 304.93.44.52.03.001
Year : 2021
Movement : Automatic
Casing : Blue Ceramic
Glass : Sapphire Glass
Dial : Blue Goldstone
Diameter : 44.25 mm
Bracelet : Blue Camouflage Rubber Strap (Horus Strap) with Non-Original Rose Metal Buckle
Condition : Excellent
Accessories : Box, Swing Tag, Booklet and Three Warranty Cards
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The Speedmaster is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces, having been a part of all six lunar missions. Taking the spirit of exploration a step further, this “Blue Side of the Moon” takes its names from the colour of the dark blue sky.
The 44.25 mm watch features a blue ceramic case complemented by a blue ceramic bezel ring with Liquidmetal™ tachymeter scale. It is presented on a blue camouflage Horus Rubber strap. The blue ceramic dial includes 18K white gold indexes and hands. At 6 o’clock is the accurate Moonphase indication, which features a blue ceramic moonphase disc with near and far sides of the moon in LiquidMetal™.
Powering the timepiece is the OMEGA Co-Axial Master Chronometer 9904, which has been officially certified by METAS.
About Omega Watches*
Omega is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. Britain’s Royal Flying Corps chose Omega watches in 1917 as its official timekeepers for its combat units, as did the American Army in 1918.
Interesting Omega First Watch On The Moon Fact:
The Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph was the first watch on the Moon, worn by Buzz Aldrin. Although Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong was first to set foot on the moon, he left his 105.012 Speedmaster inside the Lunar Module as a backup because the LM’s electronic timer had malfunctioned. Aldrin elected to wear his and so his Speedmaster became the first watch to be worn on the moon.
*Source Wikipedia – Omega Watches
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