Omega Speedmaster*** 3570.50 Amber*** 1997
OMEGA Speedmaster, 3570.50, Amber Patina, 1997
Serial: 48361227
Circa: 1997
Reference No.: 3570.50

CASE: 42mm Stainless Steel, lyre lug moonwatch case, acrylic crystal, black tachymeter bezel

DIAL: Black matte dial with three chronograph registers, tritium hour markers

MOVEMENT: Caliber 1861, hand wound mechanical chronograph, 18 jewels

BRACELET: Original Omega stainless steel bracelet Ref 1499/842

CONDITION REPORT: Excellent overall condition with amber patina on the indexes. There is a very light dent on the case.

NOTES: This watch comes with its original red box. According to the Omega Museum, the present watch was produced in 1997 and delivered to Panama.

The Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph, also known as the "Moonwatch", is famous for being the watch worn by astronauts during the first Moon landing.
NASA’s harsh and intense qualification tests leading up to the Apollo 11 mission examined several watches from Switzerland’s top manufacturers such as Breitling, Rolex and Omega; the testing was concluded in March 1965 with the final selection awarded to the Omega Speedmaster, because it stood apart from the rest as it continuously kept within 5 seconds accuracy in its per day rate. As a result, it became the official watch of the U.S. space program.