Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow

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Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow
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Speedmaster Broad Arrow is a chronograph by Omega.

The name of the watch comes from the distinctive arrow-shaped hours hand and stands for an exclusive model range launched in 2007 in the popular series Speedmaster. The Watches are powered by the exclusive self-winding movement Omega 3313 with co-axial escapement.

As a novelty for the models in red gold, yellow gold as well as for the combination of stainless steel and red gold there is a patented "screw and pin" bracelet in which the change or removal of bracelet links to adapt to the wrist size of the watch wearer proceeds particularly simple.

Reference:

321.12.42.50.01.001 stainless steel, black dial
321.12.42.50.02.001 stainless steel, white dial
3659.50.31 red gold
321.53.42.50.02.001 yellow gold, leather strap
321.50.42.50.02.001 yellow gold, gold bracelet
321.93.42.50.13.001 stainless steel/red gold

Movement:

Chronograph movement Omega 3313 with automatic winding
Co-axial escapement
Chronometer certification (COSC)
Power reserve 52 h

Case:

Stainless steel / 18ct yellow gold / 18ct red gold / stainless steel + red gold
D 44.25 mm, H ? mm
Domed sapphire crystal with double-sided anti-reflective coating
Waterproof to 100 m

Dial:

Black, silver or chocolate brown with 3 sub-dials
Hands and indexes with luminous material

Functions:

Hours, minutes, small seconds, date
Chrono-seconds, 30-minutes and 12-hours counters
Tachymeter scale

Bracelet:

Brown calf leather strap at the stainless steel model, brown alligator leather at the model in yellow gold, black alligator leather at the model in red gold, as well as variants of metal bracelets suitable for the case material

Literature

  • Omega-Uhren. Kaleidoskop einer bekannten Swiss Marke; Author: Anton Kreuzer; ISBN 3853783546
  • Omega-Modelle; Author: Anton Kreuzer; ISBN 3853784186
  • Omega Sportuhren; ISBN 3871880817
  • Das ZEITGEFÜHL-Uhrenbuch; Author: Gerd-Lothar Reschke; ISBN 3-938607-61-0