Two New Bi-Metal Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatches

Omega has done it again. This time, they’ve introduced two new bi-metal Moonwatch models, and it's safe to say that these pieces are truly something special. Let’s explore what makes these watches stand out in the ever expanding Speedmaster family.

A Glimpse at the Moonshine and Sedna Gold Models

The new Speedmaster Moonwatch models come in two bi-metal variations; one in Omegas 18k Moonshine Gold and the other in Sedna Gold. They both feature a 42mm case with striking gold centre links on the bracelet. The Moonshine Gold variant boasts a silver sunray dial complemented by matching gold sub dials, while the Sedna Gold model shines with a PVD coated dial that pairs beautifully with its rose gold accents. These watches are both powered by the manually wound Master Chronometer caliber 3861, ensuring exceptional performance and accuracy.


Blending Tradition and Innovation

Omega has a rich history with two tone Speedmasters, dating back to 1983. The introduction of these bi metal models feels like a natural progression, especially after the all gold statements in recent years. What’s particularly exciting is the use of ceramic Ceragold bezels, a first for the Moonwatch models. This fusion of ceramic and gold creates a unique and luxurious look that sets these watches apart from their predecessors, which typically featured aluminium inserts.

Design and Aesthetics

Crafting these watches wasn’t just about slapping some gold onto a steel case. Omega’s team meticulously matched the dial colours with the solid gold links, bezel, pushers, and crown, a process that involved extensive testing and several prototypes. The result is a harmonious blend of gold and steel that looks as good on the wrist as it does on paper. The watches also feature a sturdy sapphire crystal and case back, enhancing their durability and elegance.

Market Position and Availability

Priced at £14,000, these bi-metal Speedmasters sit comfortably between the standard stainless steel models and the more extravagant all gold versions. They’re also a few thousand pounds below the two tone Rolex Daytona, making them a competitive option for those looking for a luxury chronograph without breaking the bank.

Both models are now available at select Omega boutiques, so if you’re in the market for a watch that combines heritage, luxury, and cutting edge technology, these new Speedmasters are well worth a visit.

In the end, whether you prefer the warm tones of Sedna or the classic gold of Moonshine, Omega’s new bi metal Speedmasters offer something special for every watch lover.

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