Omega Speeedmaster Chronoscope Watch

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Omega built history’s most important chronograph. So, their Speedmaster Chronoscope Watch is a heritage-justified line, a birth-right of sorts, sure to excite Omega lovers and chrono collectors alike. The design language goes back to the brand’s 1940s roots. Most noticeably, it sports three overlapping snail-style timing scales, and ceremoniously vintage-looking leaf hands—neither of which have been used by Omega for quite some time. Sure, you can use your phone to measure speed and distance, but this tribute timepiece is a genuine piece of gear and a neat party trick combined.

The highly decorated dial is refreshingly unique for a modern watch, especially within the current Speedmaster line. For the horologically inquisitive, there’s a sapphire crystal exhibition back on the 43mm case. Here you can admire Omega’s co-axial Calibre 9908 movement in all its 44-jewel glory.

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