Omega Speedmaster 145.012 67
If we talk about historical watches we cannot fail to mention the Omega Speedmaster. Launched by Omega in 1957, as the first Chronograph to display a tachymeter cale on the bezel, owed its success and fame to the Nasa and its astronauts. Indeed, the Omega Speedmaster, after a series of test, was chosen as the official watch of the Space Flight. On July 20th 1969, the Buzz Aldrin’s Speedmaster became the first watch to be worn on the Moon.
Every vintage watches Enthusiast wants a Moonwatch in is personal collection and here we propose a really nice and well preserved Omega Speedmaster 145.012 67 with its bracelet and the original DON bezel.
Dial: Matte black dial with original tritium.
Case: 42 mm Stainless steel case.
Movement: Omega 321 caliber. Serial Number 2500xxxx.
Bracelet: Omega 1039, clasp 4 67, end links 516
Condition: The watch appears in good condition. The dial is in very good condition with is original tritium. The watch case is in very good condition, probably polished in the past. Correct Don bezel in good condition. The original and signed plexyglass shows some light scratches. The 321 movement looks clean and runs perfectly. The stainless steel bracelet is correct for the watch and appears in good condition.
All of our watches comes with unlimited warranty on the originality and two years of warranty on the movement.
Price: On Request