Omega is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing with a brand new iteration of its iconic Speedmaster timepiece — a watch deeply rooted in moon landing history.

Introducing Omega's Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Platinum, a 42mm brushed and polished watch crafted from special platinum alloy. The case design draws inspiration from the fourth generation Speedmaster and features twisted lugs, a black leather strap, platinum buckle, sapphire-crystal caseback, and black ceramic bezel with the tachymeter in white enamel.

The most notable features, however, pay tribute to the brand's lunar history. The piece features three meteorite subdials and uses real slices of moon meteorite to provide a tangible link to the OG Calibre 321, which was the first movement ever used in the Omega Speedmaster back in 1957. It has powered every Speedmaster worn on the moon ever since.

Curious how Omega Speedmaster became the first watch on the moon? Head here

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