Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer
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Ref. No 18.104.22.168.01.001
(41020) Omega 322.214.171.124.04.001 Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 32930445104001, stainless steel case on a matching stainless steel bracelet with a deployant clasp, automatic Omega Co-Axial Caliber 9900 movement, silver dial with applied luminous hour markers and racing-style minute/seconds track, 12-hour chronograph, date at 6 oclock, sapphire crystal, display back, water resistant to 50 meters, diamete...
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(41049) Omega 126.96.36.199.03.004 Seamaster Aqua Terra James Bond Co-Axial Chronometer, 23110422103004 stainless steel on a matching stainless steel bracelet with a double folding deployant buckle, automatic movement with co-axial escapement (Omega Caliber 8500), date window at 3 o'clock, textured glossy blue dial with applied luminous hour markers, yellow sweep seconds hand, yellow accents on the dial, display back, water resistan...
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(40683) Omega Speedmaster Professional 3188.8.131.52.01.005 31130423001005, 'First Watch Worn on the Moon', stainless steel, manual wind Omega caliber 1861 movement, 12-hour chronograph, black dial, water resistant to 100ft, diameter: 42mm, thickness: 14mm. Like New with commemorative Omega box, loupe, additional stainless steel bracelet, straps, strap changing tool, and papers; dated August 2015.
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(40712) Omega 310.60.42.50.01.001 Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional 18k rose gold on a matching rose gold bracelet, manual wind Omega caliber 3861 movement, 12-hour chronograph, black dial, black tachymeter scale, display caseback, water resistant to 100ft, diameter: 42mm, thickness: 14mm. Like New with Omega box and papers dated May of 2021.
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(41296) Omega 184.108.40.206.01.001 Seamaster Co-Axial Planet Ocean, 21530442101001, stainless steel on a stainless steel bracelet, automatic Omega Caliber 8900 movement with co-axial escapement, 60 hour power reserve, chronometer date at 3 o'clock, glossy ceramic black dial, black "Liquid Metal Bezel", sweep second hand, luminous hands and hour markers, sapphire crystal, water resistant to 2000 ft., diameter: 43.5mm, thickness: 16mm...
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(40700) Omega De Ville Prestige Jumping Hour, 18k yellow gold tonneau-shaped case on a strap with an 18k yellow gold tang buckle, automatic Omega caliber 1221 movement, jump hour function, silver dial with applied yellow gold markers for the minutes, aperture for the jump hour, yellow gold minute hand, size: 23x41, sapphire crystal. Like New with Omega box.
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(40485) Omega 5220.127.116.11.04.001 Seamaster Diver 300M Co-Axial Master Chronometer "Tokyo 2020" Edition, 52230422004001, 522 30 42 20 04 001, stainless steel case on stainless steel bracelet, automatic Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer caliber 8800 movement, 55-hour power reserve, white wave dial with date at 6 o'clock, luminescent hands and hour markers, blue ceramic rotating bezel, diameter: 42mm, thickness: 14mm, sapphire crysta...
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(40163) Omega 18.104.22.168.01.001 Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial SPECTRE James Bond 007, limited edition to 7007, 23332412101001, brushed and polished stainless steel case on a stainless steel bracelet, automatic Omega caliber 8400, 60-hour power reserve, resistant to magnetic fields over 15,000 gauss, black matte dial, vintage luminescent markers, liquid metal black ceramic bezel, sapphire crystal, display back, water resistant to ...
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(40997) Omega 322.214.171.124.01.004 Speedmaster "Tintin" Racing Dial First Watch Worn on the Moon 311-30-42-30-01-004 31130423001004, Released at Basel 2013 and probably only produced for 1 year, stainless steel on a stainless steel bracelet, manual wind Omega caliber 1861 movement, black dial with luminous hour markers and hands, red and black checkerboard pattern around the minute track, 12-hour chronograph, hesalite crystal, diame...
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(41291) Omega 304.93.44.52.03.001 Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Moonphase 30493445203001, stainless steel case on an blue alligator strap with a stainless steel blue deployant buckle, automatic Omega caliber 9904 movement, 60 hour power reserve, chronograph with date and moonphase display, blue dial with luminous hands and indexes, sapphire crystal, display back, water resistant to 100 meters, size: 44.25mm, thickness: 17mm, L...
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(41308) Omega 3126.96.36.199.99.002 Apollo XVII "The Last Man On the Moon" 40th Anniversary Speedmaster 31130423099002, released in 2012 to commemorate the final lunar landing mission, limited to only 1,972 pieces word wide, stainless steel on a bracelet with a folding deployant clasp, manual wind Omega caliber 1861 movement, 12-hour chronograph, 925 silver dial embossed with the design of the Apollo XVII mission patch, water resista...
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(41018) Omega 310.60.42.50.02.001 Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional "Canopus", 31060425002001, 18K "Canopus" white gold alloy (consisting of white gold, palladium, platinum, and rhodium) on a matching white gold bracelet, manual wind Omega caliber 3861 movement, 12-hour chronograph, silver dial, black tachymeter scale, display caseback, water resistant to 100ft, diameter: 42mm, thickness: 14mm. Like New with Omega box and papers d...
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(40705) Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow 3188.8.131.52.04. "Olympic Games Collection", stainless steel case on a stainless steel bracelet with a folding deployant clasp, automatic Omega co-axial caliber 3313 movement, 12-hour chronograph, date at 6 o'clock, 50-hr power reserve, white dial with painted arabic numerals, luminous broad arrow hands, Tachymetre Base 1000 bezel, solid caseback, sapphire crystal water resistant to 100ft, diam...
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(41166) Omega 3689.30.31 Speedmaster Moonphase 3689 30 31 36893031 "Speedymoon," Released in 1999 and beleived that there are less than 300 pieces produced, 18k white gold case on as trap with a matching 18k white gold folding deployant buckle, manual wind Omega caliber 1886 movement, silver dial applied hour markers and luminous dots, blued luminous hands, moonphase and pointer date at 12 o'clock, 12- hour chronograph, black outer...
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Omega produces roughly half a million watches every year. As one of the most popular watch brands in the world, Omega accounts for 8.8% of total annual sales within the overall market.
The co-axial escapement was developed by George Daniels in 1974 in an effort to reduce friction between the pallet fork and the escapement wheel, and to eliminate wasted motion within the escapement assembly. Daniels was able to fix these issues by stacking two balance wheels using a common axis. One of the wheels is used for locking and the other for unlocking. By separating the functions, the co-axial escapement reduces friction and unnecessary motion within the system and as a result, watches equipped with the technology have the ability to function more accurately and also require less frequent servicing. Omega adopted the Co-axial technology in 1999 with the introduction of their caliber 2500.
NASA began the search for a dependable chronograph appropriate for space travel shortly after President Eisenhower launched the Apollo Program. Rolex, Hamilton, Longines-Wittnauer, Bulova, Elgin, Omega, Benrus, Mido, Gruen, and Lucien Picard were among the companies who made prototypes for NASA's watch testing. NASA put these prototypes through a battery of tests, including extreme temperature fluctuations from minus 260 degrees to over 260 degrees Fahrenheit, gravity simulations, humidity tests, and an acceleration test to guarantee shock tolerance. After all of the rigorous testing, the only watch that remained functional was the Omega Speedmaster. NASA certified the Omega Speedmaster for both space flight and extravehicular travel in March 1965 and it remains NASA's official timepiece to this day.
On July 20th, 1969, astronaut Buzz Aldrin stepped out of the Apollo 11 lunar module and touched down on the moon's surface. Strapped to his wrist, was an Omega Speedmaster Professional, reference ST105.021, with a Lemania-based caliber 321 inside. This reference is a more durable version of the Omega prototype that was used in the NASA testing. A blockier 42mm case with crown guards and bigger chronograph pushers was part of the redesign. The bigger pushers give greater grip for the astronaut while outfitted in full equipment, and the blockier housing adds extra shock and acceleration protection. These modest adjustments secured the modern-day Speedmaster's appearance, which we have grown to know and appreciate. Unfortunately, in the 1970s, Buzz Aldrin's Speedy was stolen while in transit from NASA headquarters to the Smithsonian Museum where it was set to be displayed for the world to admire.
In 1983, the Swiss watch group SSIH, which at the time included Omega, Tissot, and Lemania, merged with the watch conglomerate ASUAG, to create what is now known as the SWATCH Group. Over the years, the SWATCH Group has built up a diverse portfolio of 18 watch brands ranging in both quality and price. Omega occupies a unique space in the “upper-mid-tier” of the portfolio’s hierarchy, and sits alongside brands such as Blancpain, Harry Winston, Glashutte Original and Jaquet Droz. Omega is widely regarded as the second most popular watch brand in the World.