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Omega Speedmaster Split-Seconds Rattrapante Chronograph

Pre-owned () | Year of production 2000 | Original box | Original papers
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Basic Info

Listing code IAO5M3
Brand Omega
Model Speedmaster Split-Seconds
Reference number 3540.50
Dealer product code WG701
Movement Automatic
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Year of production 2000
Condition
Scope of delivery
Original box, original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States of America, New York, White Plains
Price $4,199 [Negotiable]
Availability Item is in stock

Caliber

Movement Automatic
Power reserve 44 h

Case

Case material Steel
Case diameter 42 mm
Dial Black

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Steel

Description

The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of OMEGAs most iconic timepieces. Having been a part of all six lunar missions, the legendary Speedmaster is an impressive representation of the brands adventurous pioneering spirit.

Introduced in 1999 and officially produced till 2001/2002. Whether it was the price or the odd looking case, this particular Speedmaster was not highly in demand at the time. A rare model (estimate 5000 pcs made) and is with its rattrapante complication a nice add-on to your Speedmaster Professional.

The movement inside the Omega Speedmaster Rattrapante is Omega caliber 3600, which is based on the well known Valjoux 7750 workhorse movement. Armed with a rattrapante complication and finished with rhodium plating, circular graining and Geneva stripes it is actually a nice looking movement and also received the COSC (chronometer certificate). In 1999 it must have been one of the few Speedmaster watches with an automatic chronometer chronograph movement as the Broad Arrow chronometer automatic chronograph models were introduced a few years later.

There are three different versions. The black carbon fibre dial as Omega reference 3540.50 (bracelet) and 3840.50 (leather strap), a silver dial version as Omega reference 3540.30 (bracelet) and 3840.30 (leather strap) and the Italy market edition as Omega reference 3540.80 (bracelet) and 3840.80 (strap)

FEATURES
Date
Day
Split-Second Chronograph
Tachymeter
Chronometer
Small seconds

TECHNICAL DATA
Crystal: Domed anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Case: Steel
Dial: Silver
Water resistance: 10 bar (100 metres / 330 feet)
Size: Case Diameter: 42 mm

MOVEMENT
Self-winding chronograph, chronometer movement with rhodium-plated finish.
Power reserve: 44 hours




Aesthetic Condition*:
Almost no signs of use on case and bracelet. A light scuff on clasp. Looks like new on your wrist. (We grade our watches conservatively. Most minor imperfections that we describe, if any, will not be visible to the naked eye)
- We consider this watch, as shown in the pictures, as Near Mint to Mint

Extras:
Manufacturers Box and Papers
This watch may also qualify for a FREE Watchfacts Digital Certificate of Authenticity**

In-House Test Results:
Bench-run for at least 24 hours. All watch functions tested and operable.
Observed rate: performs per manufacturer specs
Bracelet Sizing: up to 7 inches

Serial: 60091XXX

Service History: Unknown

*Photos are of the actual watch, are part of the description, and are taken to exceed mid-luxury inspection standards, including Omega and Rolex. Grades are the listing text and pictures summarized into a simple-to-understand score, not to be confused with TZ or other grading systems.
** Available upon request. Most modern models from major brands will qualify. Certificate transferable to future owners. Watchfacts is the leading authenticator of fine watches in the USA.
Instantaneous measurements using a timegrapher averaged over 6 positions. Use only as a baseline. Your wearing habits will affect results. Unserviced watches are not tested for WR or PR. Bracelet size measured using a ruler or mandrel and includes extra links. A comfortable bracelet size may vary from your measured wrist size. No explicit or implied warranties.

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