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Omega - Speedmaster Ref. 145022-71ST circa 1970


In 1965, NASA officially declares Omega as part of the equipment of astronauts for the Apollo missions. The launch of the Omega Speedmaster Ref. 145022-71 ST, in 1971, was intended to accompany the astronauts for the first conquest of the moon. This COSC-certified chronograph has a 42mm case with a NASA-engraved screwed back and is surrounded by a beautiful tachymeter bezel. Its original dial has three counters with a minute totalizer at 3 o'clock, an hour totalizer at 6 o'clock and a permanent second hand at 9 o'clock with tritium indexes and hands. It is driven by the mechanical movement of the Lemania base Caliber 861 with a mono-metallic balance wheel and a shockproof hairspring. Its steel bracelet and folding clasp are signed Omega. In good original condition, this iconic watch will be delivered to you with our certificate of authenticity and our 6-month warranty.

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Brand Omega
Model Speedmaster
Reference 145022-71ST
Year of production Circa 1970
Material Stainless steel
Movement Manual Winding
Diameter 42 mm
Caliber Omega 861
Frequency 21'600 Bpm
Ruby 17
Power reserve 48
Glass Hesalite
Bracelet Steel
Waterproofing 0.5 ATM
Accessories None
Warranty 6 months