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Win a Vintage OMEGA Speedmaster!

Paul Altieri

Few chronograph watches boast the legendary status and accompanying cult following as the OMEGA Speedmaster Professional watch. It even has its own dedicated hashtag online: #SpeedyTuesday!

While the model has been around since 1957, it was in 1969 the collection gained the popular Moonwatch moniker thanks to its historic journey to the moon on Apollo 11. OMEGA has launched countless models through out the years. This year, the Speedmaster celebrates its 60th anniversary. Here is your chance to win this OMEGA Speedmaster

Speedmaster Giveaway
Here is your chance to win this OMEGA Speedmaster.

The OMEGA Speedmaster Automatic

Sporting the iconic stainless steel and black color style, this vintage Speedmaster, circa 1990s, is instantly recognizable as OMEGA’s signature chronograph. On the 39mm steel case sits a black bezel with the tachometer scale to be used in conjunction with the chronograph function. The matching black dial houses a trio of registers on the dial, in addition to white center hands.

For ultimate practicality, this particular OMEGA Speedmaster runs on an automatic mechanical movement. Unlike the original Moonwatch, which is manual-winding, the OMEGA Speedmaster Automatic will continue to run as long as it’s worn.

OMEGA Giveaway
Here is a 42mm, Manual-Winding, Moonwatch. The giveaway is a Omega Speedmaster Automatic 39mm (Credit: OMEGA)

This OMEGA Speedmaster Giveaway

Would you like to add one of the most famous luxury chronograph watches of all time to your personal watch collection absolutely free? Of course you do!

To win this awesome vintage OMEGA Speedmaster Automatic, all you have to do is enter and one lucky winner will be selected at the end of the Giveaway. But hurry, there are only two weeks left to enter. Don’t miss your chance to take home an iconic OMEGA Speedmaster chronograph.

Good luck!

Paul Altieri

Paul is the company's Founder and CEO. He is responsible for all the day to day activities from purchasing, receiving, marketing and sales. Paul is a graduate of Boston College 1979 and resides in California with his family.

1 Comment
  1. My dad had a Seamaster we all loved as kids I love omega I think they make the perfect watch it’s definitely art, I’m a veteran of Iraqi freedom and Afghanistan and I had a commander once who wore a Speedmaster, love those watches!!!