Omega Speedmaster Apollo-Soyuz 311. Fullset 2013

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Omega Speedmaster Apollo-Soyuz 311. Fullset 2013

An extremely rare, collectible, and sought-after Omega Speedmaster Apollo-Soyuz reference 311. This watch is limited to 1975 pieces and was released in 2010 on the 35th anniversary of the docking between the USA and USSR which can be seen engraved on the case back.

“With a dial and subdials made from slices of meteorite, this Speedmaster was built from a real piece of space. It commemorates the historic moment when astronaut Thomas P. Stafford (USA) and cosmonaut Alexei A. Leonov (USSR) shook hands in space in 1975. The caseback features two spacecraft from both the USA and the Soviet Union and the names of the cosmonauts and astronauts involved.”

This is the first-ever Speedmaster made with a meteorite dial. The use of meteorite for the dial means that no other dial is the same and each timepiece is unique. The watch comes complete with box and papers dated 2013. It was fully serviced by Omega in 2021 and is in excellent condition.

It is powered by the caliber 1861  – a manual-winding chronograph movement that is a descendent of the calibre that was worn on the Moon. The movement has a rhodium-plated finish and a power reserve of 48 hours. The watch has a sapphire crystal on top and a special edition Soyuz case back.

Model Speedmaster Apollo-Soyuz
Reference number 311.
Condition Very good
Year 2013
Box Yes
Papers Yes
Case size 42 mm
Movement Manual
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Dial color Black
Clasp Fold clasp