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Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch with White Lacquered Dial

Omega has once again turned heads with the reveal of the glossy white dial version of the Omega Speedmaster.


If you’ve ever felt that pang of envy seeing a sleek watch adorning the wrist of a celeb without a clue as to its origin, you’re not alone. Daniel Craig, our beloved James Bond, has long been known for his affinity for timepieces, particularly his partnership with Omega. A few months back, he tantalized us with a white-dialed Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional at New York’s Planet Omega exhibition. But the wait is over, folks. Omega has officially unveiled this enigmatic beauty, giving us a chance to admire it up close.

In terms of specs, this variant sticks to the classics with a 42mm stainless steel case, black aluminum tachymeter bezel, and an in-house Master Chronometer-certified caliber 3861 chronograph movement. But what sets it apart is the glossy white lacquer dial—a first for the Moonwatch. It’s a classy touch, complemented by black hands and a red-tipped chronograph second hand. The steel bracelet adds a touch of ruggedness, though black leather is an option for those seeking a more refined look.

But here’s the kicker: this new Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional isn’t just another pretty face. It’s a nod to Omega’s storied past, reminiscent of the “Alaska Project” Speedmasters from the ‘60s and ‘70s, designed specifically for manned space flight. And the best part? It’s not a limited edition, so you won’t have to scramble to secure one. Priced at $8,100, this timeless piece will be hitting shelves in the coming weeks, offering a blend of heritage and innovation that’s hard to resist.