Mens Speedmaster Watch 311.


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Its every mans ambition to own a world famous - Swiss made watch, and what better way to satisfy than with this celebratory piece from Omega's Speedmaster collection; tastefully embracing the brands pride in their presence of all six lunar missions. Engineered from high grade stainless steel for durability, it safely secures one of Omega's famed calibre 1861 manual winding mechanisms, recognized as being parallel to the original 'moon going' movement. Its black chronograph dial with small seconds wheel and tachymetric bezel bestows this piece with a decidedly technical appearance, creatively finished with a domed hesalite crystal, all pleasingly exhibited in a unique presentation box with interchangeable strap selection and necessary alteration tools.

- Case Width: 42mm
- Watch Movement: Mechanical
- Water Resistance: 50 Metres


Brand Omega Material Stainless Steel
Brand code 311. Product type Watch
T H Baker code 2464219 Gender Mens

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