Omega Watches

Speedmaster Moonwatch Alaska Project Ref. 311.32.42.30.04.001

$ 14,000
  • Product Notes

    The final arrival since its first prototype in 1969, this 2008 edition was based on the Alaska II design which encapsulates the standard Speedmaster dial with an outer anodised aluminium thermal shield. This instrument allowed the watch to withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -148? to +260?, as can be expected in outer space. The only timepiece to pass NASA's rigorous certification tests. This watch comes in its original complete box set (the opening latch is marred with slight damage). The watch is numbered 1493 out of 1970 pieces, with slight scratches on the bottom left lug, and a small chip on the edge of the thermal shield. Our pictures are an important part of the condition report - please scrutinise them in detail. For any questions, please contact us at: shop@therakemagazine.com.


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  • Size Notes


    SPECIFICATIONS

    Model:

    Speedmaster

    Year:

    2008

    Box/Papers:

    Yes

    Functions:

    Hours, minutes; small seconds; chronograph; tachymeter

    Material:

    Stainless steel; Hesalite crystal

    Dimension:

    42 mm

    Dial:

    White

    Case:

    Stainless steel

    Movement:

    Manual-winding

    Lume:

    Super-LumiNova

    Caliber:

    Caliber 1861

    Water Resistance:

    30 m

    Strap:

    White textile strap, Stainless steel bracelet

  • Materials and Care Notes

    Made in Switzerland


    Stainless steel; Hesalite crystal
  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in Singapore. It will be dispatched in 3 working days.


    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.

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The Story

If the fact that the British RAF chose Omega watches as the timekeepers for its combat units in 1917, or that an Omega was the first watch on the moon in 1969, is not ample evidence of Omega's quality and reliability, you need only try on one of their models to get a fitting sense of how well crafted these watches are. A quick glance at some of the men whose wrists have sported an Omega watch might also help: this Swiss brand has counted Prince William, JFK and James Bond among its customers.



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