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Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow Co-Axial

The dial, available in black or silver, features a distinctive “Geneva Waves” pattern. The familiar chronograph counters, or sub-dials, are characterized by three applied rings which surround a unique “beehive” structure, giving the Speedmaster Broad Arrow Co-Axial its own personality. The sub-dial rings on the silver dial are blackened and those on the black dial are silver for contrast. There is a date window at the 4:30 position on the dial. 

 

The hour and minute hands, which are either blackened or rhodium-plated, are coated with white Super-LumiNova. The central chronograph hand has a red tip as do the hands of the sub-dials.

The 44.25mm stainless steel case has the shape which has been associated with Omega Speedmasters for more than half a century. It is available with either a stainless steel bracelet or an integrated black alligator strap. 

 

Movement is the Swiss automatic Omega Co-Axial caliber 3313. It is COSC-certified as a chronometer. This movement delivers outstanding chronometric performance over a long period of time which increases service intervals and has allowed Omega to guarantee it for three years. It also allows the possibility of changing the hour hand independently of the minute and second hands – ideal for travelling between time zones. It is water resistant to 100 meters.

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Written by kevin

September 17, 2010 at 1:42 pm

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