Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch ‘apollo 17’ 40th Anniversary Limited Edition

40 years ago, Omega celebrity ambassador Eugene Cernan completed the last moon walk of mankind. In commemoration of this historical legend, Omega released the super professional professional moon watch ‘Apollo 17’ 40 Anniversary limited edition. This extraordinary timepiece combines innovative watchmaking technology with a monumental design, and is a timeless tribute to the infinite creativity of mankind and the legend of space adventure.
In December 1972, Apollo 17 successfully completed the sixth and last human mission to the moon, marking the end of NASA’s Apollo program. Omega celebrity ambassador, Colonel Eugene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, thus became the last person in the world to leave a footprint on the surface of the moon.
 
Speaking of the Apollo 17 moon landing mission and Omega’s role in past and future space explorations, Eugene Cernan once commented: ‘Apollo 17 is by no means a history of human space exploration. The end is a real beginning. Our experience and spirit will inspire future generations to continue to write legends and once again lead humans into the unknown space. By then, Omega Speedmaster will still be their most reliable partner. ‘
40 years ago, Omega Celebrity Ambassador Eugene Cernan completed the last moon walk of mankind. In commemoration of this historical legend, Omega released the 40th anniversary limited edition of the super professional professional moon watch ‘Apollo 17’. This extraordinary timepiece combines innovative watchmaking technology with a monumental design, and is a timeless tribute to the infinite creativity of mankind and the legend of space adventure.
The Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch “Apollo 17” 40th Anniversary Limited Edition 925 sterling silver dial is hand-crafted. The dial is embossed with the Apollo 17 mission badge. The badge pattern blends the future of human space exploration, Elements such as contemplative Apollo and the American flag are unique and eye-catching. The dial has blackened hands. The watch features a polished and frosted 42 mm stainless steel case, a wear-resistant sapphire crystal, and a stainless steel bracelet. The case is equipped with a black tachometer ring.
The screw-in caseback is engraved with ‘THE LAST MAN ON THE MOON’, ‘DECEMBER 14, 1972’ (December 14, 1972, the date of Apollo 17 landing on the moon), APOLLO XVII ‘,’ 40TH ANNIVERSARY (40th Anniversary) ‘and’ limited edition number ‘.
手动 This hand-wound chronograph is equipped with a movement 1861 inside, which is renowned for providing powerful power for the legendary Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch.
腕表 This watch bears the period of 1972, which is of great historical significance. It is limited to 1972. The watch is water resistant to 50 meters.