The lengthy relationship between
And why not? It’s kind of a big deal to be part of one of humanity’s defining achievements.
July 21, 2022 is a lot different than the summer of ’69 — where’s our
The furor was proof that both space stuff and OMEGA’s timeless timepieces are as hot as ever.
Case two: OMEGA’s new portrait of the 92-year-old Aldrin, looking tough as nails as he poses with his own Speedmaster 321 Moonwatch.
On its rear, engraved proof of the timepiece being the first watch to ever reach the moon’s surface.
Aldrin may have been the first astronaut to take OMEGA to the stars but he certainly wasn’t the last.
After he piloted Apollo 11 to the Sea of Tranquility, all the subsequent Apollo missions until Apollo 17 wore OMEGA watches fitted with identical calibers, indicative of the resilient utility built into OMEGA’s signature watches.
Us civilians don’t necessarily need the same level of function in our day-to-day but it couldn’t hurt to tap into that level of exactness.
Good enough for NASA, certainly good enough for us.