Today Omega debuted a new version of the Speedmaster 57, offered in 4 four versions, each paired with either a leather strap or stainless steel bracelet.

The Omega Speedmaster ’57 Collection is available in a new thinner 40.5 mm x 12.99 mm stainless steel case, with a steel bezel and straight lugs. It features broad arrow hands, with a sandwich dial and vintage lume for the black dial, and traditional applied indices and standard lume for the blue, green, and burgundy dials.

Driving the time, date, and chronograph functions is the new manual wind Co-Axial Master Chronometer METAS certified chronograph caliber 9906. The 4Hz column-wheel equipped movement has a silicon balance spring, 2 barrels mounted in series resulting in a 60-hour power reserve, a time zone function, and is anti-magnetic to 15,000 gausses. The movement is rhodium plated and decorated with Geneva waves in arabesque.

The case has a 20 mm lug width, a domed sapphire crystal, a sapphire caseback, is 50 meters water resistant, and weighs 134 grams with the stainless steel bracelet. The Omega Speedmaster ’57 Collection retails for $8,300 on a leather strap and $8,600 on a bracelet.


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