Meet Our Speedmaster Archive — More Than 200 Speedmaster Articles In One Place
The Omega Speedmaster is probably the most iconic chronograph in the world. However, it is not always easy to find your way into the world of the Speedmaster. There have been so many different variations in the past, and they’re still are today. Since 2004, we have published 500+ stories on the Speedmaster. From hands-on reviews to very personal stories from Speedmaster owners. You’ll find them all in our new Speedmaster Archive!
The Speedmaster is the watch that was worn on the moon, by astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin in July 1969 and it is still worn by astronauts today. We’ve covered the story on how the Speedmaster became the Moonwatch more than once, but we also thought it would be good to have an overview of Speedmaster articles based on reference numbers and collection. From all 500+ Speedmaster articles in total, we used approx. 200 to include in our Speedmaster Archive reference page.
Looking for an article on the Speedmaster 145.012-67 Ultraman? Just look under “145.012” and you’ll find it. Want to find an article on restoring a vintage Speedmaster “Ed White”? It’s there. Are you wondering about the differences between the Speedmaster Mark IV and Mark 4.5? It’s also there, including a story on how one of our readers was able to purchase his Mark 4.5 with the money he earned on working on the set of James Bond’s The Spy Who Loved Me.
The Fratello Watches Omega Speedmaster Archive
On our Omega Speedmaster References page, we give an overview starting with the first Speedmaster reference CK2915 from 1957 up to today’s Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch Master Chronometer. using the evolution of the Speedmaster as thread. For this overview of Omega Speedmaster watches, we also made sure to include the Speedmaster Mark-series, Speedmaster Moonphase watches, limited and special editions, the digital X-33 variations, and of course the Speedmaster Reduced and current Speedmaster 38mm watches. As we publish more Speedmaster articles in the future, we will keep the Speedmaster Archive page up to date and visible on the website.