Omega
Speedmaster
Ref.: 2915-2

Few watches are as popular and instantly recognizable as the Omega Speedmaster, the first (and only officially recognized) watch to land on the moon. When NASA selected Omega's chronograph to equip the astronauts of the Apollo program in 1965, however, the Speedmaster was already eight years old, and had gone through an evolution that brought to stick hands and bakelite bezel.

If we go all the way back to 1957, this is what the first Speedmaster looked like: the 2915-2 is the first iteration of Omega's iconic wristwatch. Characterised by an extremely sporty appearance, its steel bezel and broad arrow hour hand give a very dynamic look to the reference.

The present example is preserved in absolutely original condition, with its rare "Base 1000" bezel, often swapped during services, and its correct elastic bracelet. The luminous material on indexes and hands has aged evenly and shows a warm patina, while the dial is perfectly legible and shows almost no signs of ageing.

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Specifications

Case: 39mm stainless steel
Movement: Manual, cal. 321, 17 jewels
Reference: 2915-2
Year: 1959

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