The new Omega Speedmaster series racing chronograph is a tribute to the decades-long relationship between Speedmaster chronometers and motorsports-before landing on the moon or being worn on the north and south poles of the earth Watches have frequently appeared on the wrists of men and women driving high-performance racing cars. Once the Omega Speedmaster series was released in 1957, it felt the pursuit of racers and rally cars with its extraordinary timing performance and outstanding design beauty. In fact, the inspiration for its dial design came from the dashboard of the Italian car at the time. The Omega Speedmaster is the first chronograph to move the tachymeter scale from the dial to the bezel. Its first print ad reads: ‘The two racing enthusiasts in the picture raced to the finish of their race against time. What they used to time was not the timer, but the new highly accurate wrist-mounted tachymeter from Omega- Speedmaster. ‘The new Omega Speedmaster racing chronograph has a 40 mm stainless steel case with a matte black aluminum speed bezel. The speed scale color of different models is also different, there are gray, gray yellow and gray red to choose from. The screw-down case back features the familiar seahorse emblem. Dial and subdial also provide different color combinations to choose from. The 30-minute, 12-hour chronograph and small seconds dials have a triangular ‘Paris stud’ pattern texture. The date window is at 6 o’clock. The hour, minute and hour markers are coated with a luminous coating. The Omega Speedmaster series chronograph is equipped with Omega’s unique 3330 movement. The movement not only has a longitudinal wheel timing device, but also is equipped with a coaxial escapement and a Si 14 silicon spring. These extraordinary qualities unite to bring more reliable chronological performance and stability to the watch. Omega Speedmaster racing chronograph with stainless steel bracelet or black rubber strap. Water-resistant to 100 meters.