An indisputable fact about the Omega Speedmaster? It’s got one of the watch industry’s most impressive cult followings. Known as the Moonwatch for its unforgettable July 1969 trip to the moon (c/o Neil Armstrong’s wrist), the model boasts a classic chronograph layout with a pleasing symmetry that lends it a sporty but stylish character beloved by horology fans worldwide.
The first model comes in a case of red-toned 18-karat Sedna gold set on a taupe-brown leather strap. Instead of featuring contrasting brown subdials, the silvery dial is bathed in a monochromatic shade the brand describes as “cappuccino,” accented by hands and indexes made of 18-karat Sedna gold.
The watches’ fetching looks are complemented by Omega’s trademark mechanical prowess: namely, the brand’s chronometer-certified Co-Axial Calibre 3330.