Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award Price

Omega Speedmaster has been the only timepiece flight-qualified by NASA for extra-vehicular use on manned space missions. Snoopy has also been linked with space for over three decades: the Apollo 10 lunar module was called Snoopy and the popular cartoon dog was chosen as the emblem for NASA’s most prestigious award. Check Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award Price.

Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award is probably one of the more expensive modern Speedmasters.  The Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award 3578.51 was introduced during BaselWorld 2003.Besides the dial, caseback and packaging there is no difference with the regular Speedmaster Professional 3570.50. This limited-edition Snoopy Award watch has the award patch inset in colour into the continuous seconds counter at 9 o’clock on the dial. The same colourful design, with its “Eyes on the Stars” motto, is reproduced on the watch’s special case back.

Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award Price
Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Snoopy Award Price

The classic Omega Speedmaster Moon watch retains the same look it had at the time of the Apollo programme – a polished stainless steel case with tapered and facetted lugs, steel bezel with black aluminium ring and tachometer scale and hesalite crystal. The matt black dial is also typical of the Speedmaster, together with the luminous hands and hour markers and 1/5th of a second graduations for the chronograph. As it was originally supposed to fulfil a remit for a “robust and reliable” chronograph, the Speedmaster also has a screw-in case back that ensures it is water resistant to 30 metres.

The fact that the Omega Speedmaster Professional is still today flight-qualified by NASA and chosen for the same purpose by the Russian space agency, despite great leaps in progress since the era of the first Speedmasters, is testament enough to the extraordinary reliability of this movement. The current OMEGA calibre 1861, a manual-winding chronograph movement with a power reserve of 45 hours. The hand-wound movement is perfect for use in outer space, since, unlike self-winding movements, it does not rely on the force of gravity (absent in the vacuum of space) for winding.