OMEGA speedmaster mark II chronographe


Orig­i­nally launched in 1969, the Speed­mas­ter Chrono­graph Mark II ‘of Omega this year has a new life. While the orig­i­nal model was equipped with the man­ual wind­ing cal­iber 861, it now houses the Co-Axial cal­iber 3330 , a wound move­ment auto­matic match­ing of a spi­ral in Si14 sil­i­con and a column-wheel mechanism.

OMEGA speedmaster mark II

Dec­o­rated with a touch of color, the new Speed­mas­ter Chrono­graph Mark II has a cen­tral chrono­graph sec­onds hand and a flu­o­res­cent orange timer. Chro­matic detail that dis­tin­guishes this model from its predecessor.


Seam­less tachome­ter scale on the sap­phire glass is back­lit using an alu­minum ring coated with Super-LumiNova. The hour and minute hands painted black and white are coated with Super-LumiNova, as the cen­tral chrono­graph hand.

OMEGA speedmaster mark II

The stain­less steel satin pol­ished, tonneau-shaped, has a crown and push­ers polite. We also note a date cor­rec­tor at 10 o’clock. The dial is punc­tu­ated by three iconic Speed­mas­ter chrono­graph coun­ters orig­i­nal: a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock, a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock and small sec­onds hand at 9 o’clock. The dial, gray or matte black, is pro­tected by a flat sap­phire crys­tal which is scratch resistant.



The bot­tom of the Speed­mas­ter Chrono­graph Mark II is engraved medal­lion Sea­horse and men­tions “Si14” and “Col­umn Wheel”.

The hous­ing is mounted on a stain­less steel bracelet satin and closes with an expand­able patented Omega clasp, with a clasp rack to lengthen the strap on demand, with­out the use of tools.