This watch should hit the shops in June 2016, and it’s beautiful looking time piece, with each watch being unique as the face is made from slices of an actual meteorite. Specially the Gibeon meteorite that fell in Namibia in prehistoric times, and this means the ribbon-like “Widmanstätten” pattern is clearly visible.


The watch also boasts “The Golden Touch”


This is the first time that a tachymeter scale has been created using OMEGA Ceragold™. This seamless technology is used for the 18K Sedna™ gold bezel that is layered with silicon nitride. The reddish tone of 18K Sedna™ gold is also used to create the indexes and hands of the watch.


The look of the Grey Side of the Moon has been retained in the grey ceramic case, grey leather strap and OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 9300. The size is kept to 44.25mm and the design layout of the original watch has not been lost.


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