Introducing Brand-new Swiss made Fake Omega Speedmaster Watch Online
It’s fair to say that the writing was on the wall for the new perfect replica Omega Speedmaster way back in 2019. It was during that lovely year that we received the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary editions. Both the steel and gold model showed off several key updates. The new METAS chronometer-certified 3861 movement debuted and thankfully remained manual wind. Additionally, Omega changed the case slightly with more pronounced lugs, shorter pusher caps, and — here we go — gave us glorious new bracelets. We felt that all of these things served as harbingers for an upcoming Speedmaster. Thankfully, we were right.
A quick rundown on the specs
Last week, the new Omega Speedmaster dropped, and wow did it bring the goods. We received two new 42mm variants on the theme (four if you count the models on straps) and I must say that both are incredibly attractive and tempting in their own way.
Expectedly, there’s a version with a Hesalite crystal and solid case back that retains a form of the NASA certification slogan we all know and love. The second model comes with a sapphire crystal and matching display back. Both models sport the 3861, the METAS chronometer certification (magnetic protection to at least 15,000 gauss), shorter pusher caps, a step dial, and an aluminum “Dot over Ninety” bezel.
All are water-resistant to 50 meters and have 50 hours of power reserve. Intriguingly, the sapphire model has an applied Omega logo on its dial and the Hesalite has a printed version. The bracelets differ slightly in their finishing on both models. The sapphire version uses slightly polished small links whereas the Hesalite has an all matte affair. There’s a lot more detail on this in our launch article.
I have two things to say about the new Omega Speedmaster. The first is, “whew,” and the second is, “thank goodness.” My first comment relates to the fact that Omega didn’t botch this release. The brand made some evolutionary changes, if somewhat retro stylistically, and they look fantastic. This was a watch that didn’t need anything new looks-wise, but the updates feel right. Yes, the dial along with the pushers and bezel harkens back to the original Speedmaster Professional 105.012, but that’s an all-time classic. Then, the new movement is an answer to those who wanted an official certification and it finally brings in the Co-Axial technology.
My second comment on the new Omega Speedmaster relates to the new bracelet. RJ sort of damned the old one with faint praise by calling it comfortable once on and of better quality in recent years. Meh… This bracelet, with its little shiny links, was always ugly to me. Plus, it was bulky, had massive end links, and a gargantuan clasp. Thankfully, the new bracelet looks a lot like the model on my Apollo 11 in Moonshine gold. The end links allow the bracelet to drape down directly at the case edge which will be more comfortable and aid those with smaller wrists.
The bracelet itself, if the gold is anything to go by, will boast beautiful finishing and will articulate wonderfully. Finally, the 15mm wide two-button clasp is small, thin, and looks like a precision premium product. Hallelujah!
The new Omega Speedmaster brings in much better finishing than its predecessor. This is something that Omega has introduced with every new release and I can simply state that the watches feel more expensive than in the past. The step dial looks amazing and the applied logo on the sapphire model really makes this model a hard choice versus the traditional Hesalite. With this little touch, I feel far more confident in recommending a sapphire Moonwatch to my “non-watch” friends who are a bit scared of a plastic crystal. The last sapphire models just didn’t do anything for me.
Final thoughts on the new Omega Speedmaster
The new Omega Speedmaster comes with new pricing. In Germany and on bracelets, the Hesalite retails for €6,100 and the sapphire comes in at €7,100. Some people registered alarm about what amounts to over a 20% price increase versus the old Speedy. Look, all I can say is that the Speedmaster Professional still ranks as a value-laden deal for such an iconic and well-made watch. It’s simply less of a deal than before, but I think that the movement upgrade, the increase in finishing, and the new bracelet justify the price. Plus, this is now a seriously anti-magnetic watch with far more accuracy. Perhaps the prior model was too inexpensive rather than this model being overpriced.
What you’ll soon see, though, is that the Speedmaster still undercuts its Rolex competitor by a wide margin. Even though there are some notable differences between the two, the Speedmaster has definitely become more competitive spec-wise. One thing we hope that continues with the new Omega is availability. In our current world of, “I have it but you don’t or can’t,” the Speedmaster has been a beacon of light. As watch fans, I’ve always said that we should be thankful that we can buy a Speedmaster new, at will, and in an AD. Finally, it’s a watch that’s instantly recognizable due to history, but it still registers as a genuine watch for those who want something good and credible. I’m not so sure our next contestant can attest to any of these attributes.