Special Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch

Earlier this year, replica Omega announced that one of the great classic sports of mid-century watchmaking was returning to production after a 50-year hiatus. That movement was, and now is the Omega caliber 321, derived from the caliber 27 CHRO C12, which was a chronograph, with a 12-hour recorder, developed in 1942. This movement, in all its forms, will continue to have one of the most distinguished careers, but one of its most famous iterations is the caliber 321 timing movement.
This fake Omega caliber was used in a number of Omega replica watches but it is probably most popular for having been used in the Speedmaster. It was the movement that Omega used in the very first Speedmaster wristwatch – the reference 2915, and it is the movement used in the first Omega to go to space, which was Walter “Wally” Schirra’s, onboard Mercury-Atlas 8, in 1962.
It’s a perfectly made movement – one of the last mass-produced, hand-wound column-wheel chronograph movements which, although it existed in some very hifalutin versions and some less hifalutin versions, is still something that basically, nobody seems to want to make any more today. There are, of course, several top-ended and more expensive column wheel, manually wound chronograph movements, and there are some modern movements which are column-wheel updates or upgrades of basically, economically conceived chronograph but that is not quite the same. We have no less authority than Roger Smith, and several others who might be thought to know something about a sport praised the 321.
Omega has now stated, right on the minute in terms of the moment when Neil Armstrong first walked on the Moon, the first Speedmaster to be equipped with a caliber 321 in five decades. That’s replica Rolex watches, very much in every respect but in platinum. omega
This is an important announcement for Omega, and of course, also for the enthusiast community; the return of the caliber 321 to a regular production Speedmaster, albeit in precious metal and at a relatively expensive price, is big news. In most respects, this is a Moonwatch, in the conventional sense, with of course the exception of the case metal, and the material for the sub-dials, which is a meteorite.
This is a rather commemorative speed post. And the dial is the agate, and the hands and hands are all white gold, except for the central chronograph second hand. We noticed that the dial on the chronograph was a meteorite; In fact, Omega says, they are made of atmospheric material from the moon itself.