This may not be your dad (or grandfather’s) Speedmaster, but this new limited edition Omega Moonwatch is a direct reference to events that previous generations will not forget. To commemorate the 45th anniversary of Apollo’s 13th anniversary, Omega Replica Watches announced a new, rather funny (sorry) tribute, not only for the famous Apollo mission, but also for NASA’s work in Apollo in 1970. Give the Omega Silver Snoopy Award. program. The Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award Limited Edition comes with a beautiful white dial and a time-limited Cal 1861 watch filled with references to one of the most famous Apollo missions. The problem.
For those who don’t know, the dog Snoopy from Charles Schultz’s popular comic peanuts was selected by NASA as the safety mascot for the Apollo program. The Silver Snoopy Award is presented by NASA to those who contribute to the safety and success of the Apollo mission. In 1970, Cheap Omega Replica Watches won the Silver Snoopy Award for his role in the Apollo program. This new Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award Limited Edition watched their April 17th, 1970. The role and the ultimate safety return of the Apollo crew.
First, let’s take a look at Snoopys, two of them. The first is to sleep in the running stopwatch at nine o’clock (just as he is often portrayed on the roof of his dog in the comics) – and he is still indulging. The second Snoopy watch is crafted in sterling silver with a domed sapphire crystal on the back of the case. Similar to the design of the Silver Snoopy Award, this true silver Snoopy is surrounded by blue enamel and hand-coated with silver. Fake Omega Watches has a proven case back flare, but this is completely different from other products, and for special versions like this, I like to pay attention to detail.
In 1995, Ron Howard’s film “Apollo 13” quoted a cartoon thought bubble appearing in a cartoon thought bubble. “Failure is not an option” is a line that Ed Harris plays the flying director Jean Kranz. Bring Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Hasie back to Earth.
Finally, the first 14 seconds on the dial are highlighted and there is a text next to it that says “What can you do in 14 seconds?” This is a reference to the 14-second course correction, and Apollo 13 crew successfully timed and corrected them. One of the two oxygen tanks on the service module returns to the trajectory after the crew has exploded toward the moon about 200,000 miles from Earth. They actually use Jack Swigert’s Omega Speedmaster to count this incredibly bad maneuver, which is both cool and purely marketing gold.
In addition to these nods to one of Apollo’s most memorable moments, the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Limited Edition watch also has a 42 mm wide steel case with a thickness of 14.8 mm. . The identifiable black bezel is made of ceramic and its brightness is similar to last year’s Light Side of Moon. Contrary to the iconic Moonwatch design, the dial features crisp white, black hands and markers. Normally, these pointers will be aimed, but look closely at the markers, which have a glowing black surround with a glowing center. The look is pure super, but there is a welcome twist.
Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award Limited Edition is an extra bid for chasing the hearts of collectors around the world. It uses the Omega Replica 1861 hand-wound chronograph movement, the same movement as the Apollo 13 watch. The 1861 is a 3Hz cam-driven chronograph with 48-hour power reserve.
Over the years, Omega has produced countless limited edition Speedmasters, ensuring almost anything of taste. The Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award Limited Edition will be released in limited edition to the 1970 model, including a black nylon strap, including decorative silver Snoopy pins and a special newspaper, all for 6,100 Swiss francs (approx. $6,100). With the limited edition of the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award, Swiss Omega Watches brings the entire Moonwatch style back to its roots and has successfully designed a noteworthy dialogue for watches and space enthusiasts.