Originally made famous by its visit to the Moon, the Omega Speedmaster has since been reiterated over countless references, spanning across a whole spectrum of colors, designs, and movements. Now, opting for its more reserved 38mm size, the Swiss watchmaker has gone full luxury with its latest edition, offering a precious metal duo with diamond-encrusted bezels.
Focusing on more earthy tones, the two Speedmasters are now crafted in either a shimmering yellow gold or the brand’s trademarked Sedna 18k rose gold. The former pairs a pristine white dial with a deep green tachymeter bezel and matching alligator strap, while the latter is complements an elegant silver dial with a dark brown bezel and taupe alligator strap. As an added degree of luxuriousness, both models are also offered with a second diamond-set bezel. Both are powered by Omega’s in-house co-axially co-axial and chronometer-certified Caliber 3330 automatic movement, operating at 28,800 vibrations an hour and carrying a power reserve of 52 hows.
For those interested, either model of the new Speedmaster 38mm is now available, going for $15,600 USD for the standard tachymeter bezel version and $18,900 USD for the diamond-set edition. Head over to Omega’s website to learn more now.
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