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Omega Men's 3570.50.00 Speedmaster Professional Mechanical Chronograph Watch


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  • Omega 1861 Caliber Swiss mechanical-hand-wind chronograph used on the Moon; 48-Hour Power Reserve
  • Functions without a battery; must hand wind crown to power watch
  • Hesalite crystal; Luminescent hands and hour markers
  • Stainless-steel case; Black dial; Chronograph functions; Tachymeter function
  • Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Omega
Model number 3570.50.00
Part Number 3570.50.00
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type hesalite
Display Type Analog
Clasp Fold-Over Push-Button Clasp with Safety
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 42 millimeters
Band Material Stainless steel
Band length mens
Band Color Silver
Dial color Black
Bezel material Stainless steel
Bezel function Tachymetre Scale
Special features Chronograph, Water Resistant
Movement Mechanical hand wind
Water resistant depth 165 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

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Product Description

Add a true classic to your timepiece collection with the latest generation of the amazingly precise and rugged Omega Speedmaster. This stainless steel manual winding men's watch is a replica of the first watch worn on the moon, and it's engraved on the back with the Omega Speedmaster emblem and notation of its flight qualification for all NASA manned space missions. It includes a powerful chronograph, which offers 12-hour, 30 minute and 1/10 second subdials. Distinctively masculine in design, it features a large, round silver stainless steel watch case with a tachymeter bezel in black with silver markings, and it measures 39.8mm wide.

Omega watches have been inextricably tied to the culture of Swiss watchmaking since the forerunner to the Omega brand was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland in 1848. Today, Omega is headquartered in Biel/Bienne Switzerland and continues to produce some of the finest luxury timepieces in the world. The Omega brand spirit is tied to innovation and pioneering “firsts” – making it natural that an Omega watch was the first watch on the Moon. Omega collections of note include Constellation, Seamaster, Speedmaster, and Deville. Whatever Omega model you choose, you can be assured it meets the highest standards of craftsmanship.

  • ASIN: B000EJPDOK
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 6.4 x 4.4 inches; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 3570.50.00
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,121 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Will outlast you.
    A. G.
    I've owned mine for over 30 years, I've worn it almost everyday and it still works like the day I got it.
    Sheldon
    It has been one of the most popular watches ever made by Omega since its debut in 1957.
    E. Kim

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    138 of 142 people found the following review helpful By ETOH DR on December 8, 2007
    After much research, I purchased an Omega Speedmaster in 1968 as an 18th birthday present to myself. There were not many chronographs available at that time (Rolex, Breitling, Omega and probably others I no longer remember). To my surprise, that summer (or next), Omega began agressive advertising that it's watch was the official timepiece of the Apollo Astronauts. It reaffirmed my choice. Thirty years later, it is still the best watch I own (including my Submariner). My only complaint is that I have gone through three or four bracelets/straps. Ironically, a new metal bracelet costs more than the original cost of my Speedmaster ($185). Interestingly, no Rolex owner has ever commented on my Submariner, but fellow Speedmaster owners always start up a conversation with each other. I cannot comment on the new Speedmasters, but mine has been dropped, thrown, drowned, frozen, heated, shaken and abused for 30 years and still runs great. I recommend factory cleaning, vacuum sealing and a new crystal every 10 years or so, just to be safe.
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    117 of 124 people found the following review helpful By E. Kim VINE VOICE on January 14, 2009
    This is a beautiful watch with a legendary history and phenomenal following. It has been one of the most popular watches ever made by Omega since its debut in 1957. The current Speedmaster Professionals come in multiple versions, but are for the most part little changed in its over 50 year life.

    Why is it amazing?

    During the 1960's space race with the Soviets, NASA did not have the time to announce an open competition from all interested watch companies to design a watch suitable for space travel. This would have required bids from different manufacturers with the eventual award of a government contract. NASA engineers in plain clothes went to downtown Houston and entered various high end stores and purchased high-end (i.e. expensive) manual wind wristwatches from 10 different brands, such as Omega, Rolex, etc. This was all done in secrecy and none of the watch manufacturers, such as Omega, were aware of this. NASA subjected the watches to grueling tests of temperature extremes, shocks, humidity, extreme pressure changes, etc. All of the watches malfunctioned and could not finish all of the tests except for one, the Omega Speedmaster.

    NASA began to equip their astronauts in 1962 for the Gemini missions with a Speedmaster attached by a strap to the OUTSIDE of the astronauts' suits. Omega executives saw NASA's photos of the astronauts and realized that they were using their watches. This was quickly confirmed with a phone call to NASA. NASA then quickly announced that the Omega Speedmaster was the official watch to be used on their space missions. Realize that this was all done without Omega's awareness.
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    Bulova, an American watchmaker, pressured congressmen who pressured NASA to allow for an open competition to include Bulova.
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    37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By David Thorne on May 5, 2011
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    ...where are the warranty cards? The red ones that come in the white leatherette holder. It is empty. My guess, on purpose. My order was through Amazon, not Watchmaxx whatever that is, but I suspect the warranty cards will be missing regardless of who it is from. Upon making enquires, I have been informed that it is a two year warranty through Amazon's own version of such - so you are basically saving money by chancing it with this. There is also no 'red dot' on the back of the watch case which apparently means it has been opened but I have been told by Amazon that this is because it has been "checked by them". The red dot is part of the 'collection' thing and resale drops without it so keep this in mind. I at first thought I may have purchased a re-comissioned watch which would have probably served me right for trying to save a few bucks ($1000) by buying on here. Despite/regardless of these issues, the watch is beautiful. It wears a little small in comparison to today's mens watches (it is 42 diametre, not 39.8 as they list here but it is fairly thin). I purchased this watch primarily due to it's NASA connection but also for it's understated design. I have wanted this watch for 25 years but have never been able to justify the price until now. If you are an avid 'space nut' this is *the* watch to have as part of your collection. Just don't expect it to be chunky, waterproof, scratch resistant or keep good time. But lets face it, you are basically buying this watch because of the "Flight qualified by Nasa" copy on the back. God I am a geek.
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    35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By D. Brown on January 22, 2012
    I've read some wacky reviews of this iconic watch and would like to make a few comments.

    The 3570.50 "Moonwatch" is a very specific watch. Schumacher doesn't enter into this discussion as they are different models. Sapphire crystal? Wrong watch. See-through caseback? Wrong watch. Day/date models...you guessed it...wrong watch!

    The 3570.50 (current model) uses the caliber 1861 18-jewel hand-wind movement, which replaced the 861 movement in 1996. No date, no moon phase...none of that. It has the wonderful stainless steel caseback which reads, "FLIGHT-QUALIFIED BY NASA FOR ALL MANNED SPACE MISSIONS," and, "THE FIRST WATCH WORN ON THE MOON."

    This watch is essentially unchanged...since 1957. Huh. How cool is that?

    For those out there that complain of the accuracy of this watch, let me remind you that you are dealing with an entirely mechanical movement...and yes, these movements can be...drum roll please...regulated! If your beloved Speedy is running slow (or fast), take it to an authorized Omega service center and have it regulated. If regulated (and a vast, vast majority of them do not require regulation), this is an extremely accurate watch for a mechanical.

    The inherent beauty of the Moonwatch lies in its simplicity and adherence to the original Moonwatch. It uses Hesalite for the crystal for the reason that glass could shatter and pose a serious risk in zero-gravity aboard a spacecraft. It remains a hand-winder because automatic movements won't operate in zero-gravity (rotor won't turn to wind the mainspring).

    I implore you all to read about the history of this watch. It is, without question, the most historically important watch ever manufactured. The 3570.
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