The super copy Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatches have witnessed many historical event that tested the limits of physical endurance and human courage. For example, the first manned lunar landing in 1969 and every one of NASA’s piloted missions since 1965.
Besides, when the astronaut Buzz Aldrin reached to the surface of the moon in 1969, he was wear the Omega Speedmaster Professional. From the “Gemini” program to the current International Space Station program, Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph watches are the only equipment used in all of NASA’s piloted space missions.
The 42 mm replica Omega watches are equipped with black dials and tachymeter scales. The indexes, central hours and minute hands are coated in Super-LumiNova, so the users can still read the time clearly in the darkness. In addition, the watches have other three sub-dials for 30-minute recorder, 12-hour recorder and small seconds. All these chronographs are very precise.
The hand-winding fake watches are equipped with caliber 1861 and its power reserve is 48 hours and can guarantee the water resistance to 167 feet.
The legendary copy watches witnessed the six moon mission of the human have been characterized by its precision, readability and robustness, which are not only worthy to wear but also worthy to collect.
Luxury watchmaker Omega replica watches UK fused its history of excellence and future of innovation with its newest factory, which sits near the brand’s headquarters in Bienne, Switzerland.
The building, designed by award-winning Japanese architect, Shigeru Ban, houses the watchmaking industry’s most cutting-edge technologies in an eco-friendly husk of sustainable Swiss spruce. The five-story edifice elevates efficiency by bringing together technical capabilities and human expertise.
“We have created a truly innovative work space, but the real value of this new building is efficiency,” said Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of OMEGA. “We have been able to now combine all of our assembly and testing processes under one roof. That means a complete consolidation of work that will help OMEGA to become much more productive and streamlined than ever before.”
The factory combines all steps of limited edition Omega watches creation – from assembly to shipping – as well as the necessary stock, which rests in a fully automated 3-floor storage space. It also accommodates the horologer’s quality and technical control operations, including the METAS testing for Master Chronometer certification. Here, OMEGA will not only guarantee the precision of its watches, it will also train its staff.
“The strong tradition of investing in new technologies, new methods of production, but also in its own employees can again be seen through the achievement of this new splendid OMEGA factory,” said Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch Group. “It reflects the brand’s commitment to the highest standards of watchmaking.”
Ready to meet the sophisticated demands of a new generation of discerning watch buyers, OMEGA’s new factory opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in early November. Some of the prominent guests at the event included architect Ban, Aeschlimann, Hayek and the Head of the Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Johann N. Schneider-Ammann.