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Omega Speedmaster MKII 145.014 Papers 1975


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CH - Geneva
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Basic Info

Brand Omega
Ref. No. 145.014
Code omega-speedmaster-mkii-145014-papers-1975
Movement Manual winding
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Year 1975
Condition 1 (mint)
  With papers
Location Switzerland, Geneva
Price CHF 3,500 (= $3,709)
Availability On request


Movement Manual winding
Movement/Caliber 861
Number of jewels 17


Case material Steel
Case diameter 42 mm
Glass Mineral Glass
Dial Black


Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel
Bracelet length 42 mm


Chronograph, Year, Tachymeter


OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Mark II Chronograph Ref. 145.014, with original papers and invoice Serial # 32831745 Circa: 1975 DIAL: Black dial with three registers, luminous baton markers, MARK II, raised tachymeter surrounding the dial under the glass, T SWISS MADE T; Nicely aged patina CASE: 42mm, Stainless Steel tonneau-shaped, screw down case-back with Speedmaster logo, mineral crystal glass MOVEMENT: Caliber 861, hand-wound mechanical chronograph, 17 jewels BRACELET: Original Omega stainless steel link bracelet CONDITION REPORT: Excellent & unpolished. The dial is mint. Comes with its original warranty papers and original invoice. NOTES: The Speedmaster Professional Mark II has the same Caliber 861 as the Speedmaster ‘Moonwatch’. It was launched in 1969, the year of the landing on the moon, which also meant the renaming of the Speedmaster and the change in the case back engraving to include first watch worn on the moon. The Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph, also known as the "Moonwatch", is famous for being the watch worn by astronauts during the first Moon landing. Omega had also been developing improvements and modifications to the Speedmaster that they wished to submit to NASA. NASA’s harsh and intense qualification tests leading up to the Apollo 11 mission examined several watches from Switzerland’s top manufacturers such as Breitling, Rolex and Omega; the testing was concluded in March 1965 with the final selection awarded to the Omega Speedmaster, because it stood apart from the rest as it continuously kept within 5 seconds accuracy in its per day rate. As a result, it became the official watch of the U.S. space program. The Speedmaster Mark II has the same movement and quality as its predecessor with a redesigned case and different material glass.

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