Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
Omega Speedmaster 3690.50 1994
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Omega Speedmaster 3590.50 + Extract from the archives (1994)

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Omega Speedmaster Professional 3590.50
The Omega Speedmaster was introduced in 1957. This model was used as a tool watch in the racing world. For example, the Speedmaster has a chronograph function. The Speedmaster is known for the model used by NASA as the first watch on the moon. NASA wanted to provide astronauts with a durable timepiece and Omega passed all the rigorous tests conducted between 1964 and 1965. Omega was officially certified by NASA and the entire crew of the Apollo-11 wore a Speedmaster. Since then, the Speedmaster Professional has been Omega's most iconic watch.   

The reference 3590.50 was in production from 1989 to 1996, making it the very last Speedmaster model to be introduced with tritium. This model features the famous hand-winding 861 calibre that has been used by Omega since 1968. This Omega Speedmaster from 1994 is in a perfect condition together with the dial and hands which show a nice yellow patina. The caseback is stamped with 145.022 on the inside. The watch is also fitted with its original tight matching 1479 bracelet and 812 endlinks. This vintage Omega Speedmaster comes with its official extract from the archives and a 12 month mechanical  guarantee. 

What you need to know:
- The dial and hands show a beautiful original yellow patina
- Strong and sharp case
4831XXXX serial, dates back to 1994
Matching Omega 1479 bracelet with 812 endlinks 
ST 145.022 stamp on the caseback
- Comes with Omega extract from the archives
- 1 year mechanical warranty
- Free insured world wide shipping 


Omega
La Generale Watch Company, Omega's parent company, was founded in 1848 in the Swiss city La Chaux de Fonds by 23-year-old Louis Brandt. In 1866, Brandt passed away, leaving his company in the hands of his two sons Louis-Paul and Cesar. The two brothers brought many fresh, innovative ideas to the company, which led to the development of a new caliber in 1894: the famous 19-lignecaliber. This caliber was so precise, and subsequently, succesful, that the brothers decided to change their company name in 1903; the year "Omega Watch Co." was born. Since 1998, Omega is owned by the Swatch Group, under the name Omega SA.



General

Brand

Omega

Model

Speedmaster Professional

Reference

3590.50 / 145.022

Year

1995

Documentation

No

Box

No

Movement

Caliber

861

Winding

Manual

Case

Diameter

42

Case material

Steel

Bezel material

Steel

Dial

Black

Glass

Plexiglass

Bracelet

Clasp

Folding clasp

Material clasp

Steel

Material bracelet

Steel

Colour bracelet

Steel

* 10 over 10 offers a 12 month warranty on the timepiece from the date of purchase.