New OMEGA Watch: Speedmaster Chronoscope

Since it was first introduced in 1957, the Omega Speedmaster has primarily been a sports watch. Purpose-built for the race track, the brand’s legendary chronograph quickly became the go-to watch for space exploration and cemented its reputation as the official timepiece of astronauts when it became the first watch worn on the surface of the […] The post New OMEGA Watch: Speedmaster Chronoscope appeared first on Bob's Watches.

New OMEGA Watch: Speedmaster Chronoscope

Since it was first introduced in 1957, the has primarily been a sports watch. Purpose-built for the race track, the brand’s legendary chronograph quickly became the go-to watch for space exploration and cemented its reputation as the official timepiece of astronauts when it became the first watch worn on the surface of the moon. However, a new model has just joined the Speedmaster lineup, and while could certainly still be considered a tool watch and arguably offers even more functionality than the NASA-certified Speedmaster, it takes the classic blueprint of the brand’s chronograph and reimages it in an entirely more refined and vintage-inspired fashion. Enter the Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope.

Consisting of 6 new models in stainless steel 43mm cases plus one in Bronze Gold, the new Omega Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope watches feature tachymeter, telemeter, and pulsometer scales and are powered by the manually wound Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Caliber 9908 movement.

We will be updating this article with all the details shortly, but here are the pictures of the new Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope:

Click here for our Ultimate Buying Guide on the Omega Speedmaster. 

   

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Lithuania has issued a warning to stay away from Huawei and Xiaomi smartphones, after four major cybersecurity risks have been found in the devices.

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“Xiaomi’s devices do not censor communications to or from its users. Xiaomi has never and will never restrict or block any personal behaviors of our smartphone users, such as searching, calling, web browsing or the use of third-party communication software. Xiaomi fully respects and protects the legal rights of all users. Xiaomi complies with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).”

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