An UK Omega replica watch has reached the surface of the moon more than once, but six times. The birth of the new limited edition chronograph is one of mankind’s greatest achievements. Today, we will review model #322.214.171.124.01.001.
Replica Speedmaster Moonwatch Apollo 8 Dark Side of the Moon
The first thing this best replica watch needs to attract your attention is the eye-catching dial with a laser-ablated moon texture, which can be seen through the hollow dial, which highlights the blackened movement inside. The chronograph 30-minute subdial is located at 3 o’clock, there is a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, and a small running seconds record at 9 o’clock.
The polished and frosted 44.25mm black ceramic case has a thickness of 14.25mm and the lug width is 21mm. The chronograph button and crown are made of polished black ceramic, with a luminous Omega replica logo on the crown. The side of the box body adopts a brushed finish, and the surface has a smooth polished beveled edge, which gradually becomes thinner from the brushed lug to the side of the box body.
Another popular design element is the light and elegant yellow. You can find it on the chronograph hands, hour markers, the words Tachymètre printed on the bezel, and the words “Speedmaster” under the Omega replica watch logo on the dial. It can also be found on the stitching and inner layer of the perforated calfskin strap. Luminous fills can also be found on the tachymeter scale and time scale and the central pointer. These glows in dark areas look like mint green and are easy to read in low light conditions.
The back of the case reveals the 1869 movement through the transparent sapphire case back. The laser-ablated plates and bridges have a lunar texture, just like on the dial on the front of a cheap replica watch. This 19-pin hand-wound movement has a 48-hour power reserve and beats at 3Hz or 21,600 oscillations per hour. The bottom cover is also engraved with the words “Dark Side of the Moon”, the mission date and the historic statement of NASA astronaut Jim Lovell, “We will see you on the other side.”