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Omega Speedmaster Mark II Watch in Stainless Steel


The Omega Speedmaster Mark II features a grey dial protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. There is a small seconds sub-dial at 9 o'clock, a 12-hour recorder at 6 o'clock and a 30-minute recorder at 3 o'clock, as well as a central hour, minute and fluorescent orange chronograph seconds hands. The transparent tachymeter scale on the sapphire crystal is illuminated from beneath by a fluorescent orange ring filled with Super-LumiNova. The 42.40 mm stainless steel case is presented on a matching bracelet. At the heart of this chronograph is the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre 3330.

Launched in 1957, the Speedmaster was an instant classic with its tachymetric scale and chronographic capabilities, but it made headlines in 1962 when it accompanied astronaut Wally Schirra on his orbit around the earth. The Omega Speedmaster became even more famous when it, once again, travelled to space and earned its title of the first watch worn on the moon when Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the lunar surface with one strapped to his wrist in 1969.

A total of six lunar voyages and more than 45 years later, the Omega Speedmaster still remains the only watch approved by NASA for EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity), a bold testament to its robustness, character and a level of reliability considered out of this world. The Omega Speedmaster is one of Omega’s most iconic timepieces, and it is an impressive representation of the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit.

Omega Reference: 327.
Product Code: E-62-03-0022

Product Details

Stainless Steel
For Him
Self Winding

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UK Destinations

Value/Weight <= 2kg > 2kg
< £500 £8.50 £10.50
< £2,500 £9.50 £12.00
> £2,500 £12.00 £13.25

International Destinations

Value/Weight <= 2kg > 2kg
< £500 £12.00 Price on approval
< £2,500 £14.00
> £2,500 £16.00

About Omega

Omega’s timepieces have recorded some of the most significant moments in the world (and beyond) and have been worn by presidents, kings, astronauts, spies and movie stars. Behind each one is a legacy of horological quality and innovation. Omega has built its reputation on revolutionary watch movements. Its creative use of materials and creation of new alloys enhance its watches’ aesthetic appeal and improve their quality. Innovative uses of ceramics, silicon and precious metals are also important parts of its story. Hamilton & Inches has enjoyed a long-standing partnership with Omega for over 100 years.

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