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Omega Speedmaster 57 Chronograph

The Omega Speedmaster '57 is sporty, versatile, and cool. This chronograph delivers superior day-to-day performance and authentic flair.  More

Omega Speedmaster 57 Chronograph
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Buy pre-owned Omega Speedmaster '57 chronographs today


In 2013, Omega released the Speedmaster '57, a sporty chronograph model that was designed to meet the desires of its enthusiasts and customers. A case with improved water resistance and a precise automatic movement combined with their vintage charm make these watch models true everyday companions with a look inspired by the first Omega Speedmaster watches from 1957.

Online financing for a Speedmaster '57


If you'd like to add a Speedmaster '57 Chronograph to your collection, then considering the price differential between new and pre-owned models, buying a used Omega Speedmaster 57 is an excellent option. It is possible to save up to several thousand euros on secondhand watches. Once you have found your dream watch, you should quickly add the desired model to the shopping cart and proceed with the order. Complete your purchase by choosing your preferred method of payment by selecting either bank transfer, payment via credit card or PayPal. At Watchmaster, it's also possible to get a quick, secure loan from one of our partners and conveniently finance your watch online. If you have any questions, our customer service would be glad to help you further!


An everyday hero with vintage charm


The Speedmaster '57 is a true stroke of genius by Omega. The series was introduced to the market in 2013 and immediately captured the hearts of many aficionados with its vintage charm. With a 41.5mm case, the Speedmaster '57 fulfils the desire of many customers and collectors for a watch with the Co-Axial Chronograph Calibre 9300 in a case that measures less than 44 mm. Furthermore, this model circumvents some of the criticisms of the standard "Speedy" by offering a water resistance of 100 metres and a power reserve of 60 hours, which is entirely suitable for everyday use. Despite its increased water resistance, the pushers on the Speedmaster 57 Co-Axial Chronograph are screw-down components. These models are available in steel, titanium, a combination of steel and gold, or solid gold. The Speedmaster '57 also impresses with its particularly tidy dial, which is available in the traditional black, as well as in white, blue, and silver.

With central, polished, faceted and rhodium-plated "broad arrow" hands or slimmer, elegant lance hands, both of which are coated with green Super-LumiNova luminescent material, the dials of the Speedmaster '57 display only two totalizers at 3 and 9 o'clock and a date window at 6 o'clock. At 3 o'clock, there is the option of a second time zone, or a 12-hour and 60-minute chronograph counter, while a sub-dial for the small seconds is positioned at 9 o'clock. Rounded out by a sporty metal bezel with a "base 1000" tachymeter scale, the vintage character of the Speedmaster '57 is further emphasized. The watches are available fitted with a sporty metal bracelet, or an elegant leather strap.


How much does a used Speedmaster '57 chronograph cost?


Let's take a moment to get an overview of the Omega Speedmaster '57 product range and learn about a few selected, used models and their prices in detail.

  • The classic: the Speedmaster '57 bearing reference 331.10.42.51.01.002 comes with a 41.5 mm stainless steel case, a black dial and a stainless steel bracelet. A transparent sapphire crystal case back allows a look at the chronometer-certified Co-Axial Calibre 9300, which offers an impressive power reserve of up to 60 hours. Stick indices and "broad arrow" hands round out this watch's look with stainless steel bezel. This timepiece asks for a price of just under €4,500 for pre-owned models in very good condition.

  • The 57er Speedmaster (Ref. 331.12.42.51.01.002) is perhaps a touch more elegant, but no less sporty with its stainless steel case, black dial and brown leather strap. The main difference from the previous reference is the bracelet. While this model retails at €7,500 new, used timepieces can be found for just under €1,000 less from the latest production year.

  • Thoroughly sporty, but with a somewhat uncharacteristic colour scheme for a Speedmaster, the Speedmaster ‘57 (Ref. 331.10.42.51.03.001) features a blue dial with red highlights and elegant lance hands. Colour accents can be found on the centre stop second, the "Speedmaster" lettering, and the totalizator hands at 3 o'clock. The PVD-coated dial under a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is an absolute eye-catcher, making this stainless steel Speedy a robust everyday companion. You can soon own this blue Speedmaster '57 for a used price of around €5,000 or with a new model for €7,800.

  • The Speedmaster '57 (Ref. 331.10.42.51.01.001) is a stainless steel chronograph with matching metal bracelet and black dial. This reference omits the vintage "broad arrow" style hands and instead utilizes lance hands. The Ref. 331.10.42.51.01.001 embodies true understatement and can be worn for any occasion. Pre-owned models can occasionally be found for sale at around €5,000, while the list price for this Omega watch is €7,800.

  • As a limited-run special edition, the vintage-style Speedmaster '57 (Ref. 311.10.39.30.01.001) was re-released as part of the 1957 Trilogy as a reissue featuring an even more retro character. Limited to only 3,557 pieces, this reference boasts a 38.6 mm case, water resistance of up to 60 meters and houses a black dial with three totalizers at 3, 6 and 9 o'clock. The 1957 Trilogy Speedmaster is particularly similar to the first edition. The hand-wound Calibre 1861 it uses also contributes to its charm. Used watches of the Omega Speedmaster 57 Limited Edition are traded for prices between €6,500 and just over €8,000.


Omega's trio into their past


Omega looked back into its own past with the release of the Speedmaster '57 at Baselworld 2013. The watchmaker decided to base the new chronograph with an automatic movement on the first model of the Omega Speedmaster from 1957 visually. In fact, they kept the overall look of the original Speedy, only dropping the third totalizer at 6 o'clock. The endeavour of offering a practical, everyday watch with a vintage design in the Speedmaster '57 has proved more than successful.


Ron Howard and the Speedmaster '57: From outer space to the directors guild


As one of Hollywood's most important directors, Ron Howard can look back on an impressive lifetime of work. Films such as "Rush", "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and "Illuminati" are among Howard's works. Interestingly enough, he also directed the 1995 film "Apollo 13", which is the film adaptation of the disastrous space expedition in which the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch played an elemental role in the astronauts' fight for survival. Whether that had any influence on Howard's taste is another matter. Nevertheless, he has been seen with a Speedmaster '57 (Ref. 331.22.42.51.01.001) in steel and rose gold fitted with a brown leather strap to his wrist from time to time.



Other interesting collections from Omega


  • The Speedmaster Moonwatch Chronograph is the model which has caused the success of the entire Speedmaster Collection. As the first watch on the moon, the Speedy featuring a stainless steel case, manual winding and black dial has been a perpetual part of Omega's product range since 1996 and has remained virtually unchanged.

  • The Seamaster Ploprof is perhaps one of the more unusual models in the Omega's catalogue. Water resistant to a depth of more than 1,000 meters, this striking timepiece, sometimes 55 mm in diameter, is the ideal instrument for diving to unimaginable depths.

  • Enjoying a worldwide fan base, the Constellation has a firm place in Omega's product lineup. With its distinctive four claws on the bezel and an utterly elegant appearance, the Constellation is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a classically sophisticated, yet avant-garde timepiece.


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