Omega Replica Watches Fly To The Moon And Back

Omega replica watches and space travel go hand in hand, the Omega Speedmaster replica being synonymous with the Apollo missions, rightfully earning its nickname, the Moonwatch. Evidently, the nickname was earned after the timepiece was the first wristwatch on the Moon.

Besides the standard models, these Omega replica watches had been issued in quite a few limited editions. Perhaps the most important and alluring at the same time is the Omega Speedmaster Snoopy Award replica. Most Speedmaster enthusiasts are very familiar with it, as they are familiar with the Apollo program too. NASA chose Snoopy, the notorious beagle, to watch over their missions. Interestingly enough, the watchdog really did watch over the mission, saving the lives of the Apollo XVIII crew.

The first 14 seconds on the tachymeter scale of this Omega Speedmaster Snoopy Award replica are accentuated and accompanied by a text that reads “What could you do in 14 seconds?”. As you may or may not already know, during the Apollo XVIII mission, an oxygen tank blew up and the pilots had only a 14-second window to correct the trajectory so they could safely return to Earth, hence the fore-mentioned text.

Like all other Omega replica watches, this too has a very minimalistic, clean dial, as opposed to most chronographs on the market, increasing thus readability, a key factor of any wristwatch of its kind.

Grab your Omega Speedmaster Snoopy Award replica now and start writing history, just the way you want it!

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