Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 39.7mm Numbered Edition Watch Review

Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 39.7mm Numbered Edition Watch Review Ref 311.

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Steve Fournier says:

Actual size of the watch sent on the moon was 39mm! There was a lot of hype of it being larger, but it wasn’t

Stephan Chan says:

Absolutely fabulous. Lovely and grail. Thanks for the video and poison.

Mtalll1 says:

This is one of my favorite watches of all times, and is definetly screaming for some natos. The omega natos are the best in the bussines imho.

John Johnson says:

Great video, but I have to say that the badly fitted white glove is disstracting and spoiles the content a bit.

Charles Eisenach says:

The model worn on the moon actually had a 321 movement which was a column wheel chrono movement discontinued sometime during the 70s and replaced by the 861 movement. The 861/1861 mvt is a cam actuated chrono that gets a lot of unnecessary hate imo for being “cheaper to produce” than its column wheel counterpart.

Drakotar says:

Congratulations Dave! An excellent piece!

gom tv says:

One of the best videos on the First Omega in space out there!
Did you ever make a FOIS strap video, because that would be awesome!

Best regards,

Arvin Torres says:

Fantastic choice, Dave! Looking forward to your #speedytuesday posts in the UGWC facebook group. Congratulations on your new Omega!

Daniel T. Müller says:

Nice one Dave! I got my new two days ago. Posted pictures of it on the 1125 bracelet yesterday in TGVs FB group. FYI “” offers a small selection of 19mm Natos!

René Olsen says:


The Urban Gentry says:

I love it, well, you already know that!!!
Best regards,

K.D.P. Ross says:

Love it: Great white stitching on the leather strap … Hand-wound watches are totally underrated — it’s not applicable here because of the solid back, but given the popularity of display backs, the movement is so much prettier without a rotor in the way, and there’s just something enjoyable about winding a watch!

Kevin Nguyen says:

Very thorough and interesting review. The way you explained the hand winding movement makes this Omega extremely unique. Deciding on this Omega or a Tudor next.

morganwright123 says:

How come you where the one White glove.

David K says:

Why are you wearing white glove?

Darren Gator says:

This watch looks great. Nice touch with the leather band, for me though I would have liked a little bit darker brown for the band but the watch is stunning!

Charles Eisenach says:

I wouldn’t mind a state of the collection video sometime soon mate. Lovely watch!

Adam J. Perlaki says:

Really wish they’d offer this on a metal bracelet as well.

MetalsForBrunch says:

love the size but black dial looks very boring.. sigh wished they have a blue dial with black straps in the 39.7mm.

Ronilo Jasareno says:

Rare watch in my opinion because manual wind, now a days it’s more on automatic. Dreaming to own one. How is SRP of that watch of yours.?

MrDannyg321 says:

Its a stunner mate welcome to the speedy club 😉

SeansTech says:

Absolutely stunning time piece.

ZigSteenine says:

love love love the channel dave. so nice just to see luxury product with out any showing off or any pretentious crap! SUB +1


Did you decide to keep it?

Ooh Arhh says:

Stunning watch, just a timeless design. Congrats!

Hafed Marzouk says:

This is one of the best watches I’ve ever seen. l especially love the leather strap! Amazing!

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