- Apollo 11 50th Anniversary
- Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Moonshine
- "Dark Side Of The Moon" Apollo 8
- DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
- Apollo 17 45th Anniversary
- Speedy Tuesday "ULTRAMAN"
- "Speedy Tuesday" Limited Edition
- Grey Side of the Moon "Meteorite"
- GREY SIDE OF THE MOON
- Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award
- APOLLO 11 45TH ANNIVERSARY
- MOONWATCH CHRONOGRAPH
- First Omega in Space
- Speedmaster “CK2998” Limited Edition
- WHITE SIDE OF THE MOON
THE STAINLESS STEEL MODEL
The stainless steel model, limited to 1,972 pieces, features blue ceramic for the bezel and dial. 18K yellow gold is found throughout the design and, most vividly, the 9 o'clock subdial features a representation of the God Apollo and the moon – etched in PVD in a chrome colour.
A TRIBUTE TO GENE CERNAN
The Apollo 17 mission was commanded by Gene Cernan, who passed away in 2017. Cernan left history's last footprints on the lunar surface and "05:34 GMT" is printed in red on the dial of each model, indicating the exact time he took the final step.
Super-LumiNova coats the 18K yellow gold indexes and hour-minute hands.
THE YELLOW GOLD MODEL
Limited to 272 pieces, the 18K yellow gold model has a brown leather strap and blue ceramic for the bezel and dial. Maximising innovation, OMEGA has used an exclusive electroforming process to create the gold representation of the God Apollo and the moon on the 9 o'clock subdial.
The iconic calibre 1861 is used to power the Apollo XVII models.
THE APOLLO XVII CASEBACK
Each caseback features a mission patch and is engraved with "45th ANNIVERSARY", "Limited Edition" and "a tribute to Gene Cernan". For the gold model, the central 18K white gold medallion uses an electroforming process to add the 18K yellow gold details.
LIMITED EDITION OF 1,972 PIECES
1972 was the year that Apollo 17 landed on the moon. Now you can own one of these specially dedicated watches.
LIMITED EDITION OF 272 PIECES
With only 272 models available, you can own a truly rare Speedmaster Moonwatch, made with exclusive innovation.
OUR SPACE LEGACY
Since 1962, OMEGA watches have been an essential tool for those who explore space. The Speedmaster's status as the first watch on the moon earned it the famous "Moonwatch" nickname.