Earlier this year, Omega announced the return of its historic caliber 321. This Sunday, July 21, 2019, at the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing mission, Omega introduced the first release of Speedmaster Moonwatch, where the movement will be located. .
Known for its sophisticated design, the original 321 caliber was the first movement ever to use for Speedmaster Omega in 1957. It is particularly known for its use in a variety of models that travel to the universe, including Speedmaster ST 105.003 (NASA tested and certified by the astronaut Ed White worn on the wrist during the first space walks in the United States and Speedmaster ST 105.012 (the first watch he wore on the Moon on July 21, 1969) After extensive exploration and reconstruction in a dedicated workshop, caliber 321 is just born again, faithful to its original characteristics.
This elegant watch has a black ceramic blade with a familiar speedometer Speedmaster with white enamel. But it also contains a number of other exciting features that you can discover. The onyx, dark black selection box fits perfectly with other materials, including 18K white gold for indexes and hands (with the exception of the secondary chronograph second hand). The new Seamaster also stands out with its meteorite with three subwoofers. In recognition of the Lunatic tradition of Speedmaster, Omega used the right meteor rape, permanently linking with caliber 321, which animated all Speedmaster ever carried on the moon.