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27 CHRO C12 Various 1st OMEGA chronograph calibre with 12-hour totalizer; 189 separate components Column wheel calibres, 18,000 bph 1945
27 CHRO C12 PC AM Various Same, but shock-resistant (Incabloc) and anti-magnetic; 194 separate components " 1946
321 Various Same, but with adjustable minute counter jumper; 195 separate components "
THE SPEEDMASTERS 1957
321 CK 2915 1st model identified "OMEGA Speedmaster"; oxidised matt black dial with applied "Omega" symbol; minute circle to 1/5 second, "baton" hour markers and Balane hands (arrow for hour) with radium; 30-minute totalizer on the right and 12-hour one at the bottom, permanent small seconds on the left (all three on recessed circular "guilloché" patterned background), steel satin-brushed bezel with engraved tachymeter scale; round water-resistant symmetrical steel case (Ø 39mm) with reinforced crystal and screw-in base with O-shaped gasket solid rounded, encircling, flat-ended horns, back chemically engraved with Speedmaster name in an arc on the bezel, between two notches, as well as the Seahorse (symbol of water-resistance and the Seamaster collection) and the "Omega" symbol on the flat side, and this can also be simply polished to allow a simple dedication or monogram to be engraved on the piece. 30 components (watch head only, excluding bracelet and pins), leather strap or semi-extensible steel bracelet with flat links. 1959
321 CK 2998 Push-buttons with O-ring gaskets, Alpha hands and flat black aluminium bezel. (Flat area) of the base engraved Speedmaster in an arc, with the Seahorse and the Omega symbol, leather strap or semi-extensible steel 7077 bracelet with flat links.
1962 321 ST 105.002 Same, but new Mapics 6-digit reference, available with tachymeter, pulsometer, telemeter, telemile or decimal scale on bezel. Leather strap or semi-extensible steel bracelet with flat links. 1963
321 ST 105.003 Bezel enlarged from 38.6 to 39.7 mm (aperture 30mm and 30.8mm respectively) and "baton" hands. Leather strap or semi-extensible 1501 (ex 7912) steel bracelet with flat links. 1963
321 ST.105.012 Assymetrical case 42 mm diam. Protecting pushers and crown. Improved water resistance of pushers with a rubber membrane. Lugs "lyra" shaped. First "professional" marking on dial during summer 1965, Omega logo still applied (a characteristic of dial on calibre 321). Inter lugs 20 mm. Leather strap or braceletTheses two refereces of speedmasters (ST 105.003 and ST 105.012) where the first types selected by NASA in March 1965 to equip their Astronauts. 1966
321 ST.145.003 New reference for the ex-ST 105.003 with " professional " making since summer 1965, but still with the Omega applied logo (carateristics of caliber 321) inter lugs of 19 mm. Leather strap or bracelet 1966
321 ST.145.012 New reference for the ex-ST 105.012 with "professional " marking since summer 1965, but still with the Omega applied logo (caracteristics of the 321 caliber) inter lugs of 20 mm Leather strap or bracelet. Model replaced by 145.022 in 1968 1968
861 ST 145.022 Shuttle (or cam) calibre 21,600 V/h, flat dial, Progressive introduction of the new dial with painted OMEGA symbol (previously applied); cal. 861=220 separate components. Semi-extensible ST 1039/516 leather or steel bracelet with flat links. 1968
321 ST.145.012 Special version with white dial, "Apollo" hands and 5-60 on bezel for certain markets (Italy, South Africa etc.) 1968
321 ST 105.012 Same as above. 1969
861 BA 145.022 1st version in 18-ct. solid gold with Bordeaux bezel, back engraved OMEGA Speedmaster - Omega The First Watch Worn on the Moon- Apollo XI 1969 and numbered 1 to 1014; 39 watches (including the first 28) were given to the astronauts of 1969-72 with personal dedication (e.g. No 17 - Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong - Gemini 8 - Apollo 11) surrounding the engraving to mark man's conquest of space - with time, through time, on time. On leather or luxury gold BA 1116/575 with satin-brushed curved links. The central link is bordered by two small, extra, straight links which are also satin-brushed.
1969 861 ST 145.014 Speedmaster MARK II, steel barrel-shaped case (water-resistant to 12 atm.), flat mineral crystal. On leather strap or steel ST 1116/173 bracelet with curved links. (The central link is bordered by two small, extra, straight links which are also satin-brushed) 1969
861 BA 145.014 Same in 18k solid gold 1970
861 ST 145.0022 New reference of the 145.0022 (PIC 3350 B on leather and 3351 B on steel bracelet from January 1988, then 3390 B and 3391 B from March 1988, then 3890 B and 3590 B from December 1988, then 3890.50 and 3590.50 from December 1989, then 3870.50 and 3570.50 from 1996). (Flat area) of the back engraved Omega Speedmaster - Omega The First Watch worn on the Moon - Apollo XI 1969 or Flight-Qualified by NASA for all Manned Missions - Omega The First Watch Worn on the Moon, references for steel bracelets: ST 1039/516 semi-extensible with flat links, then idem and/or 1171/633 with curved links (non extensible) from 1973 and/or 1175/640 from 1978, then 1450/808 from 1986 (with Speedmaster engraved on the clasp), then 1479/812 from 1991 (with the central link bordered by two small, extra, straight, satin-brushed links), then an improved version ST 1499/842 (with longerlinks, extra polished ones and Speedmaster Professional on the clasp) from 1996, then 1498/840 from 1998/840 from 1998, then 1998/840 (with lengthened drop from 16 to 18mm and security clasp with two small push-pieces) from 1999, then 1998/849 (with bigger tips) from 2002. 1970
861 ST 145.0022 New reference for the special version ST 145.012 of 1968 with white dial and "Apollo" hands
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