Over the years of its operation, Omega
has produced a line of exceptional watches that have been significant highlights in history. One of these watches is Omega Speedmaster which was first introduced in 1957 and became the first chronograph watch worn on the moon in 1969. It was characterized by its high precision chronometric performance and readability which are significant for accurate and efficient timekeeping. The sturdiness of its design and its ease of use make it suitable and reliable for adventures and explorations. It contains chronograph and tachymeter features which of great use in measuring time elapsed and speed. These features are useful in scientific data gathering of common properties involved in experiments such as time, speed and distance. Certainly, these exceptional characteristics of this manual-winding chronograph watch with power reserve of 48 hours have made Speedmaster the chosen equipment used by NASA's manned space programs.
Be an explorer too with Omega Speedmaster and other collections in Schiffman's at Friendly Center – an authorized dealer of Omega.