Quick Facts & Ice Breakers About The Omega Speedmaster For Your Next Watch GTG

Quick Facts & Ice Breakers About The Omega Speedmaster For Your Next Watch GTG

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2017 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Omega Speedmaster, one of the most recognizable and popular watches and one that is also known as the "Moonwatch" by watch collectors and enthusiasts. Being a NASA certified instrument for all manned space missions won't in itself suffice for a lasting success as that of the "Speedy." No, it also took the Speedmaster's evergreen and balanced aesthetic, highly comfortable fit, and excellent reliability. Throughout the years, we have seen the Speedmaster mature from tool watch to luxury timepiece. While among the most iconic pieces from major brands, it still remains as one of the most affordable.

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Today, we are setting off on a course that will help us discover a few prominent production pieces and, with them, some fascinating chapters in Speedmaster history. Not trying to create a definitive guide here by any stretch of the imagination, just enough to help you converse with other Speedy fans and discover more of the near-infinite number of minute details the Moonwatch took on over its last 60 years.

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The fascination of collecting and learning about the Moonwatch comes from individual stories, trivia, history, and minor tweaks of design details, be it a font, bezel print, logo details, hands, or other stuff only those bitten hard by the Speedy-bug can appreciate. For a lot of us, the sense of satisfaction steps in when you are able to hold a conversation with other collectors, or when you become the expert at a birthday dinner, who can articulate further details on how a timepiece, so often overlooked, played a prominent role in some of NASA's most challenging projects.

Coming up are our top choices of three iconic Speedmaster references, sort of an extension to this incredible selection of quint-essential Speedmasters by our David Bredan. But, we would love to hear what your favorite reference, further knowledge, or piece of trivia is, because we'd love to consider them for future articles. Be it a limited or special edition, or merely one of the references from the core collection, we know these few are everything but inclusive of all the Speedmaster has in store. Anyhow, let's get started with these "Ultimate Ice Breakers For Your Next Watch GTG!"

Quick Facts & Ice Breakers About The Omega Speedmaster For Your Next Watch GTG Feature Articles
Apollo 13 crew member Jack Swigert with the Omega Speedmaster strapped to his space suit. Source: NASA

Let us begin with some quick basics about vintage Speedmasters:

  • The Speedmaster was introduced in 1957 as a sports chronograph to strengthen Omega’s positioning as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games.
  • The name ‘Speedmaster’ was derived from Omega’s model naming convention, in line with the ‘Seamaster’ and ‘Railmaster.' ‘Speed’ was chosen for its tachymeter...
  • The tachymeter scale of the Speedmaster is the first to ever appear on the bezel of any watch in the world.
  • The applied metal Omega logo can only be found on a handful of early Speedmaster references produced between 1957-1968, fitted with a cal. 321 movement – except for the 145.022 transitional model - you can read more about it here.

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  • The "Professional" wording did not officially appear on Speedmaster dials until 1964, but...
  • ...Contrary to common belief, the Professional marking on the dial has nothing to do with the 105.003 passing NASA’s tests and had already been and would have been present regardless.
  • Speedmasters made before 1966 have no crown guards.
  • The use of the printed logos began in 1969. It also marked the discontinuation of the famed movement Cal. 321, replaced by Cal. 861, a movement that served as a base for the 1861 that is still in use today.
  • The Omega Speedmaster wasn't the first watch in space, but the first worn on the moon, on the wrist of Buzz Aldrin on July 21st 1969. Neil Armstrong had left his Speedmaster in the Lunar Module as a back-up for the onboard timekeeping system.

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Omega Speedmaster ST145.022-69 (1969)

While looking almost identical to the modern 3570.50 Speedmaster Professional, being able to tell the subtle differences of the modern Speedy from the first generation is always handy. The 145.022-69 is the most classic and sought-after reference among the 145.022 family of Speedmasters, having only been in production between 1968 and 1970.

A new movement called Caliber 861 had replaced the older Cal. 321, providing better accuracy with a more simple, non-column wheel layout, hence decreasing manufacturing costs. Thus, the 145.022 is also considered a sweet entry level vintage Speedy because it is not as rare and costly as the pre-1969 models, while sharing some common vintage features, i.e. the ‘pie pan’ dial and dropped ‘R’ font found on the Speedmaster wordings. The main difference lies in the white printed Omega logo, with an applied metal logo used on older models.

Quick Facts & Ice Breakers About The Omega Speedmaster For Your Next Watch GTG Feature Articles

Quick Facts & Ice Breakers About The Omega Speedmaster For Your Next Watch GTG Feature Articles
Omega Caliber 861 technical drawing and the four case-back options for the ST145.022-69. Via: Omega, Moonwatch Only, Fratellowatches, Watchuseek, and Dreamchrono.

The 145.022-69 came with four case-back variations, which also differ in rarity significantly – it really seems as though consistency and production optimization were not key concerns in the mid-1900s watch industry. But hey, that just leaves us with more collectibles to pursue, against some of the rather clinically perfect modern iterations.

Would you agree modern brands should also be making a few more "mistakes?" Anyhow, most ST145.022 case-backs have "First Watch Worn On The Moon" engraved, as it was the first Speedmaster upgrade after the lunar landing. Those with a circular engraving can be commonly seen, as they are also featured on the modern models, followed by the seahorse case-back. The rare birds come with a horizontal engraving in the center, with the one featuring "Apollo XI 1969" being the rarest.

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The Full 18K Gold Omega Speedmaster Limited Edition BA 145.022 (1969)

When it comes to old-school, full-gold prestige, nothing can touch the Moonwatch "Big Gun," the BA145.022. It is the first, and also one of the only two, full 18k gold Speedmaster references released by Omega. This 1969 commemorative model was launched the same year when the Eagle landed on the moon – certainly one of the greatest achievements of mankind. Only 1,014 were made and 38 of them were given out to VVIPs, including President Nixon, Vice President Agnew, and NASA astronauts and staff who contributed to the mission. If the gold case, bracelet, and dial weren't enough, the Omega Speedmaster BA145.022 can also be easily recognized by its exclusive burgundy tachymeter too!

  • Great article! One small correction: The gold Speedmaster BA145.022 didnt came in the box you pictured. It had the much sought-after Moonrock box (3D effect, not he blue and black printed one).

    • David Bredan

      Thanks guys! I’ve added that extra bit of info now.

  • #The Deplorable Boogur T. Wang

    very nice article.
    thanks.

  • Mikita

    One more quick fact:
    * Omega (Swatch Group) milked and milked and milked this milk cow to insanity, up to a point of becoming funny.

    • Yanko

      And the milking continues…

      • Berndt Norten

        They keep yanking the teet

    • Bfsp

      It’s mankind’s greatest achievement, and they were a part of it.

      • Mikita

        Greatest? You must be joking. And Omega weren’t the best watches in space either.

        • Raymond Wilkie

          I have to agree. Calling it mankinds greatest achievement is debatable. And as much as Omega playing a part, well that’s true, along with a few other brands i can’t be arsed listing.

          • Bfsp

            There was no other brand used after 1965 except for astronauts personal watches. Which, of course, were treated as unreliable backups.

          • Mikita

            What about Fortis?

        • Moonraker

          I don’t know, it’s kind of a biggy. I mean, America did it so it must not be all that great. Not as great as inventing the claymore or being the place where Rochelle Rochelle’s erotic journey culminated. 🙂

          • Mikita

            So you put some kind of stupid landing on the Moon higher than the introduction of new straps for Apple watches ??

          • Moonraker

            Hey man, I rake the moon for a living. If they didn’t get up there I wouldn’t have a job.

        • Bfsp

          What has man accomplished that’s more significant than leaving our own planet and landing on another celestial body? We did it in less than 100 years after the first manned flight, too.

          • Mikita

            I can start a long list of inventions that helped to make our lives better, that now fight illnesses we were dying from some time ago, the mere fact that you are here alive and writing your comment is due to some “less significant accomplishments”.

  • Raymond Wilkie
    • Bfsp

      It’s slightly harder to dance as fast as Snoopy does on Earth when he’s in micro-gravity on the moon or zero-G while in space. ?

    • Moonraker

      Looks like ol’ Snoop got bitten on the butt by a spider.

      • Raymond Wilkie

        If your going to so the dance, do it properly.

  • Yan Fin

    To what degree is this article sponsored?

    • Marius

      That’s very hard to asses.

      Some scholars postulate that unless an article is marked as “Sponsored Post”, that article should not be interpreted as a sponsored post. In other words, only sponsored post-signed articles are sponsored posts.

      Nevertheless, there are also scientists who are very adamant about the fact that most articles published on ABTW read like sponsored posts. So, according to these researchers, all articles should be interpreted as a “Sponsored Post”, regardless of how they are signed. These researchers affirm that writers such as Kenny, Zach, Ariel, Aaron, or David are all different aliases of Sponsored Post.

      • David Bredan

        This argument is getting so old and weaker every time that I am almost beginning to appreciate you being so adamant (and increasingly more alone) with regurgitating it.
        Sponsored posts are labeled as such, will remain so.

        • Marius

          This summer in cinemas across Europe,

          PARAMOUNT PICTURES presents:

          David Bredan, Tom Cruise, Javier Bardem, and Sir Anthony Hopkins in —

          THE HUNGARIAN WITH NO SENSE OF HUMOUR

          A touching and heartbreaking story about a Hungarian who just had no sense of humour, and who simply couldn’t laugh. He was brought to the greatest comedians around the world, but still he couldn’t laugh.

          EDDIE MURPHY: “I mean, look: this guy simply wouldn’t laugh at my jokes. I made a joke with Rolex, and David told me that I should respect the brand more! What’s up with that?”

          CHRIS ROCK: “Look, I gave my best; I told the best jokes. Everybody was on the floor laughing, except for David. I made a joke about the UK, and then David told me that Roger Smith and George Daniels are two formidable watchmakers. Who are these guys?!

          JAY PHAROAH: “I did some super hilarious impressions. Yet, David just stood there, looked at me and said that Jean Claude Biver is a formidable businessman, and I better not make fun of him. What?”

          • SuperStrapper

            The funniest part is that you think you’re funny.

          • David Bredan

            I was so looking forward to the “you don’t get the joke” argument. That said, I am humbled by the effort you put it into all of these, I’ll give you that.

      • Raymond Wilkie

        That’s you told Marius ! :). To be honest your post doesn’t make much sense……………….( IMO)

      • Moonraker

        Well, at the very least, don’t hold your breath expecting to see a negative word towards Undone from ABTW.

        • David Bredan

          I wonder what it is you wish to achieve with this paranoia regarding our content, but I guess everyone shows appreciation and care in their own special ways.
          Undone has done 2 sponsored posts, clearly labeled as such, and we have done 1 regular review of a watch that we liked and hence wanted to feature – and which received overwhelmingly positive feedback from the audience also.
          We’ll continue to offer fair reviews of watches we like (and continue not to bother with ones we don’t), will continue to label sponsored posts as such, and will continue to publish the content of guest contributors, even if they work for a brand, given their content is unrelated to their brands, is fair and well researched.

          • Moonraker

            OK, but what about Paul Altieri/Bob’s Watches? He writes about vintage Rolexes here and, whaddya know, he even sells vintage Rolexes. Like that time he wrote about a Rolex Datejust ‘Awards for Enterprise’ watch, http://www.ablogtowatch.com/rolex-datejust-awards-enterprise-trophy-watch/ and guess what happened next? His words: “Paul Altieri is founder of Bob’s Watches, the leading online destination for used Rolex watches (including an example of a Rolex Datejust ‘Awards for Enterprise’ watch)…”

            Maybe he doesn’t cut ABTW a check so you don’t have to call it a sponsoredpost, but Robin Thicke couldn’t blur a line quite as well as that.

          • David Bredan

            Since that was a one-time thing that I was not part of producing, I’ll let Ariel respond.

          • Moonraker

            Or a six-time thing, but I won’t keep bothering you about that.

          • Raymond Wilkie

            Do stop going on Moonraker.

          • Moonraker

            Sorry I’m being mean to your heroes. Or were you talking about the Snoopy/broccoli thing?

          • David Bredan

            How about you wait for a response from the person I said will respond to you? Cheers.

          • Moonraker

            Cheers to you cheersing my cheers.

          • arieladams

            Paul Altieri’s opinions are his own. His company spends all day long selling pre owned Rolex watches so he has a lot of experience with watches that have compelling stories. His opinions are his own and stated as such as his articles come from him. Is it advertising for his company? Sure, but we hope in a way that helps the community understand their personality and operation so that they can make the best choices for them of where to take their business.

          • Moonraker

            “Is it advertising for his company? Sure,…”
            Thanks for responding and thanks for being honest. I appreciate it.
            (no snark)

          • SuperStrapper

            Isn’t every single article here and anywhere else advertising for the subject matter?

          • Moonraker

            I figured ABTW only reviewed watches it likes. Makes sense, why choose to waste your time writing about watches that you don’t like at all when you can write about the ones you do appreciate? I can’t fault you there.

            But it certainly explains the defensiveness when people are critical/negative in the comments. As it often does on the internet, it boils down to “Why don’t you like what I like?” Or, at the very least, “Why can’t you be nice about the things I like?”

          • David Bredan

            If you go back and look and my responses, you’ll see I do get defensive when objectively false claims are made regarding the facts that I put the effort into researching, or when unsubstantiated comparisons are made just for the sake of negating the points I made. That I address, but, and this is something I have also said multiple times, people not liking a watch or brand in general, I don’t care one bit about, and we don’t shy away from passing onto the the brands smart and constructive criticisms that is provided here in the comments section.
            All this noted, there still is truly mind-boggling amounts and depths of negativity from a selected few and that does get old after a while – and it also has a steeply decreasing weight/substance to it too.

          • Sheez Gagoo

            Well, now you deserve a nice glass of good Palinka. Horological problems seem to be far away after some good old east european booze.

          • David Bredan

            Haha, thanks! Pálinka can indeed take the edge of most things. Wish what we are seeing here were horological problems, but they are not in the least.

          • Sheez Gagoo

            Best Palinka is produced under doubtable circumstances and served/smuggled in a Sprite- or Sevenup-bottle.

        • arieladams

          We’ve evaluated Undone exclusively based on our editorial experience with the brand and its products. We aren’t going to start saying good things about them simply because someone that works with them also does some writing here.

          • Moonraker

            I’m glad that you like Undone. I have no problem with them and I have no problem with you liking them. In fact, I’m looking forward to more reviews of their ever-expanding product lineup:

            “We don’t want to position ourselves as a watch brand either. We are about a new mode of consumption, about being the customization specialists, which we have plans to branch out our product offerings to sun-glasses, outdoor gear, sneakers, etc, all customizable.”
            — @Barry Sixx

            The second part is my problem. Having a VP of Marketing for a brand also writing for you does have the appearance of a potential conflict. He’s probably a great guy but I wouldn’t have signed him on. That’s my opinion. But it’s your show. Have a good day.

      • Simon_Hell

        Marius, there are only two people in this world I trust, one is you and the other one is Karl Marx, though I hear he’s no longer with us.

        But in this case, i have to take our Hungarian friend’s side. This is a product review site. This site caters to the shallowest comonom denominator there is – consumerism. Theres no journalism or provision of objective information involved, this site is a one large market, it is a place of business and the business is advertising revenue from selling watches. These guys have zero obligation to anyone to be upfront about their internal promotion deals, because they are nobody’s business but their own. They know they have to play it balanced and smart, because they need readership to complete the cycle. But i think they are doing a pretty good job. But ‘suspecting’ them of promoting something as if that was a bertrayal of something is just ridiculous.

        • David Bredan

          I am looking forward to the time when you can make a point without speaking in extremes: “Theres no journalism or provision of objective information involved.” Once that happens, you’ll find that many more will start to pay attention apart from a small club, and also to take you more seriously – though I am slowly beginning to accept the idea that that is not your goal.

  • Simon_Hell

    If the gold leaves any doubts about your abhorrent douchebag designation, the red bezel is there to affirm it.

  • Phil leavell

    Omega used to be my favorite overall watch. From my uncle letting me where it when I was a little kid and telling stories of flying and how he used it now after swatches hype special editions celebratory watches could I just please have a Timex chronograph because they take a Lickin and come up ticken at the same price point these watches should be at ,

    Omega are dead to me

    • Bfsp

      Do your research. Omega founded Swatch Group together with Tissot back in the 30s.

      • Phil leavell

        Yes and they’re big conglomerate watch company owners, just like Richmond and what have those two groups done for his book rehash rehash relabel remake tribute watch mostly Innovation comes from the expensiveness brands the two of you listed to me you’re just expensive casio’s and Timex. Tissot recently has come up with some nicer looking watches but sadly overpriced junk with a strictly my opinion I no longer own Omega but I still have Tissot as a beater and I would buy a Prestige Seiko before I bought either the Brand’s again

        • Bfsp

          Hey, it’s ok if you can’t afford Omega anymore since they moved up-market. At least you still have Seiko sub-$2k. ?

        • Sheez Gagoo

          Richmond?

          • Phil leavell

            Richmond sorry was using speak and spell

          • Sheez Gagoo

            No problem. I should be less pedantic.

          • Phil leavell

            Think I’ve only heard that word used about 3 times. In this case be suspicious. Richmond own icw S&L VC and Monblanc and a bunch of others so like swatch the fix is in on prices. So after the sales in China Peter out do they sell there watches 2 millennials LOL

          • Moonraker

            Ahem…”I should be fewer pedantic.”
            Your’ welcome. 🙂

          • Sheez Gagoo

            Thanks

          • IG

            Raymond!

      • Sheez Gagoo

        Alternative facts?

        • Bfsp

          It’s not alternative facts when Omega and Tissot formed SMH in 1930, and then Lemania merged in 1932. ASUAG was forced to merge with them in the 1970s to form SSIH, which then was renamed in 1998 by Hayek Sr as Swatch Group. This is all well-documented and available.

          • Sheez Gagoo

            So why do you write SG (est. 1998) has been founded in the thirties? SMH has been founded in 1983 as a result of the merger of ASUAG (1930) and SSIH (1931). So you have to admit, your post was simplified close to fake news;)

          • Bfsp

            If you want to take it that way, sure. But the poster I was replying to was bemoaning SG’s involvement with Omega, when they’ve had very little change for them as a brand other than the shit Omega put out in the 80s and 90s.

          • Sheez Gagoo

            Omegas revival was the work of Jean Claude Biver. Unfortunately old Hayek decided to put his son in charge instead of JCB.

  • SuperStrapper

    Confused at the butthurt on this article. I think some people need to get out more.

    • dennis

      Maybe go to church.

      • SuperStrapper

        To hear less butthurt? I dont think you understand how religion works…

        • dennis

          Okay, then walk the dog.

          • SuperStrapper
          • Raymond Wilkie

            Can’t like this ,but we miss our doggies wayyy too much.

          • SuperStrapper

            He was a member of the family.

          • Raymond Wilkie

            As was mine.

          • SuperStrapper

            He actually loved the snow. Not a winter dog of course, but his favourite was chasing squirrels in fresh snow

          • Moonraker

            Sorry to hear that, SuperStrapper. Hope you’re doing OK.

          • DanW94

            Ditto man, Sorry to hear. Every man needs a good dog.

          • Berndt Norten

            A man needs a maid

          • DanW94

            “With the butler and the maid and the servants three. Livin’, lovin’, she’s just a woman”…..

          • Berndt Norten

            And when it all boils down you’re gonna find in the end….

          • DanW94

            I wanna say it’s a rap lyric but I can’t place it…..

          • Berndt Norten

            …but a dog is a man’s best friend

          • SuperStrapper

            She’s still alive.

            For now….

  • Interesting article. Thanks!

  • BNABOD

    Nice article and it does speak to the frenzy some of the omega fan get to when chasing the rare speedy bird. I personally like the mark II IV and 4.5 better and the good news is that they can still be had for reasonable amounts. While they apparently do not have the same cache of the speedy that went to space the tonneau case I tend to dig more.
    The gold finger watch mentioned here is not my cuppa but to each his own.

  • Simon_Hell

    Where’s my last post? Was it the down syndrome reference or the abhorrent douchebag reference? Cause you know, they’re people like you and me.

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    • Mark1884

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      • Why so rude?

        • Mark1884

          Why are you posting a link to your watch website here???
          I would ask you the same question….. why so rude?

          • Are you even serious? man get a life

          • Mark1884

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          • Jon Snow

            I feel that Ronny is trying to once again find the eloquence with which he usually expresses himself.

            From the “About us” page on his website:

            “While Looking over internet, I observe that there is no platform dedicated to wrist watches for both men and women. so I thought there might be some people like me, totally devotee for watches, possibly looking for particular information regarding specific watch and ended getting misguided from people are themselves aren’t expert.”

          • Bill Grist

            I want to take a dump on your chest

          • Mark1884

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            This one just made the list!

          • I would never behave like this if a reader drop his owned link in comments. Pathetic. Admin should strict its policies regarding how people here are misbehaving with other users.

            but case can be differ, if someone does it aggressively.

          • Berndt Norten

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          • Moonraker

            So honor my chance at ATWB commends, so man I feel. I sex wife for the tonight.

          • Abdul Kalik Abdul Razak

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          • Mark1884

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    • Mark1884

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      I took a look at your site and read some articles. My favorite article was:
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        • Mark1884

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      • Lincolnshire Poacher

        Here’s another pearl of wisdom from the site.

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        Vostok Amphibia is one of the most attractive watches around”.
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    • IG

      You should do stand-up comedy, I cracked a rib from laughing at your site.

  • Brosan55

    Thanks for an interesting article about the iconic Speedmaster

    • Raymond Wilkie

      Thank you for sticking to the subject Brosan.

      • IG

        Thank you for thanking Brosan for sticking to the subject Raymond.

  • Thomas H

    Interesting article. I love the look of the Speedmaster.

  • Larry Holmack

    Think I’ll forward this article to the writers of the “Big Bang Theory!” Instead of Sheldon’s and Amy’s YouTube show, “Fun With Flags”, they cold start a new show called “Fun Facts about Watches!”

    Very well written article though! Just having some fun with y’all!!

  • IG

    2 pages could have been squeezed into a sentence: buy only cal. 321 Moonwatches, all the others are just milking the cow.

    • ConElPueblo

      How do you feel about Rolex Daytonas and their, what, 3-4 different calibers? I like the Speedmasters, they have a honest feel about their basic functionality and all thing considered are still relatively affordable.
      …Some of the varieties are rather questionable, though. Moon to Mars, anyone?

  • Ulysses31

    I like the Speedmaster. I also like Snoopy, the coolest dog to ever exist. However, I am tired of the whole moon-angle. Talk about flogging a dead-horse.

    • IG

      Dead dog in this case?

    • egznyc

      Oh come on – there are only two references with Snoopy. And it’s not random; it’s based on the Silver Snoopy award. Snoopy rocks!

  • ConElPueblo

    Hi ABTW.
    You mention that the 861 shares the same “pie pan dial” as the 321. In Omega collectors terminology, the term is “step dial”. A pie pan dial is something very different when talking Omega watches, though I can see why a, say, Rolex collector would call it a pie pan. Something to consider when putting together a reference article. Cheers.

  • Kuroji

    I get it. I’m supposed to like the Speedmaster. Moreover, I’m supposed to want one even if I don’t like the design because history. The thing is, I just don’t like any of the Speedmaster variants enough to cough up their respective asking prices. It’s a shame, really.

  • 12 cung hoàng ??o T? vi

    The best quote is: ” Also, I am not very particular about a watches movement. If you are just like me, then don’t be silly by paying extra. The Invicta 8932 is the perfect watch for your lifestyle and taste” Great advice Ron!!
    ??ng h? omega chính hãng,??ng h? Rolex chính hãng, ??ng h? nam vàng ?úc, ??ng h? rolex 116233, ??ng h? rolex 116234, ??ng h? rolex vàng h?ng