1969 Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 145.012-67SP
Made between 1967 and 1969 the 145.012 is the very last of its breed in that, this is the final Omega Speedmaster to use the Calibre 321 column wheel activated chronograph movement. It is distinguishable from its predecessor, the 105.012, by its taller chrono pushers. It is the last Speedmaster with luminous markers that run all the way through the minute track. This is probably the most attractive 321 equipped reference for any new collector from a price perspective. And, of course, the watch's ultimate collectibility factor is that it one of the references that flew to the moon strapped to the wrists of Apollo astronauts.
Model Speedmaster Year Approx. 1969 Functions Hours, minutes; small seconds; chronograph Box/Papers No/No Material Stainless steel Dimension 41mm Movement Manual Calibre 321 Lume Tritium Power Reserve 48 hours Dial Black Case Stainless steel Water Resistance: We do not offer any water resistence guarantee with vinatge watches Lug Width 20mm Strap Steel
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