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Omega presents an update to the iconic 1969 Speedmaster Mark II. At first glance you’ll notice that the tonneau-style case has remained unaltered. However, the new Mark II uses the coaxial caliber 3330 movement, an automatic movement that features a silicon balance spring for enhanced durability, and a column-wheel chronograph mechanism. On one version, the dial remains mostly monochromatic, with white hour markers and hands set against a dark grey background. The other version features a bold fluorescent orange center chronograph seconds hand and bright hour markers in the minutes track. Although pricing has not yet been announced, the Omega 2014 Speedmaster Mark II will be available following BASELWORLD 2014.

Brian Farmer is Highsnobiety's Managing Editor and is based in New York City.

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