The Omega Speedmaster 57 watch is so iconic that it has even landed on the Moon. The original 1957 Speedmaster chronograph was on Buzz Aldrin’s wrist when he first set foot on the Moon in 1969, and its iconic look remains in this latest model. This innovative Omega wristwatch has been redesigned in-keeping with its vintage look, but is now powered by the Omega Co-Axial calibre 9300/9301, and is equipped with a silicon balance spring. This is the first of Omega’s exclusive in-house Co-Axial calibres that incorporates a chronograph function, and the revolutionary movement is even visible through the sapphire crystal caseback. The Speedmaster 57 has been created with a 41.5mm case, shown here in classic stainless steel, but is also available in a variety of different metals including red or yellow gold, lightweight titanium, or even a blend of different materials. Each model is presented with a matching metal bracelet or a stylish leather strap, and its quality is so assured that it is delivered with a full four-year warranty.