Omega Speedmaster Alaska Project 2008 edition. Based on first prototype in 1969 The Alaska II which encapsulates the normal Speedmaster dial with an outer red anodised aluminium thermal shield. This instrument allows the watch to withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -148 to +260. The only timepiece to pass NASA's rigorous certification tests. Our virtually unworn example comes TOTALLY COMPLETE with all warranty cards, spare NEW (in plastic) Alaska project canvas strap and also its (brand new) stainless steel bracelet still with stickers intact and never been fitted to the watch. The watch is numbered 1666 out of 1970 pieces.
Our Ref : 1993
Omega Speedmaster Professional 145.022-76 Stainless steel 42mm case with the original the aluminium tachy bezel insert which is now fading to blue/grey. All original tritium Black stepped dial and hands. Fitted to a 1171 bracelet with 633 end links. Powered by a Omega 861 movement. The watch bares 39920... serial number dating the watch to 1975.
Our Ref : 1964
This watch is extremely rare and one of the most highly collectible British Military watches. This 1953 Omega was part of a exclusive one year order from the British Royal Air Force, a limited number of only 5900 pieces were produced for pilots & officers. This watch was both antimagnetic an chronometer certified, imagine how few watches were chronometers in 1953! The watch is cased in soft iron to prevent magnetism from the aircraft instruments that may have affected its performance during military operations. This watch is definitly one of the more sought after Military issue pieces and will certainly continue to increase in value. This 2777-1C has a much larger 37mm case than Omega’s earlier 1940s military watch as they were originally produced with “Thin Arrow” Radium dials but these were said to be radioactive when stock-piled, so the MOD recalled them and redialed them with Tritium, that is why the letter “T” under Omega is in the circled, then nicknamed “Fat Arrow”dials. Our all original example is in great condition with MOD dial. (Fat Arrow & Circled T). Antimagnetic strip to secure the movement in tact. The movement is running strong and keeping excellent time, waterproof to 30 mts.
Vintage Omega Jumbo dress watch with a larger 37mm solid 18ct rose gold case. Ivory dial with rose gold batons with Arabic 12 and small seconds positioned at the 6 o clock position. Fitted to a black strap with a gold Omega buckle This watch is in beautiful, original condition and is particularly rare to come across a vintage dress watch in this era with such a large case size.
Omega constellation 22.5mm lady’s stainless steel with a Black dial and Factory diamond bezel. Fitted to a highly polished 3 link bracelet. This (my choice) model has been worn by various celebrities around the world such as Cindy Crawford. UK supplied new November 2002. Comes complete with all boxes warranty cards & swing tags.