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Omega Speedmaster Day-Date

So you love the timeless design of the Moonwatch, but are looking for an alternative that can do even more? Then go for the Omega Speedmaster Day-Date complete with date indication.  More

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Buy and finance Omega Speedmaster Day-Date watches

Browse the Watchmaster shop and find the right Omega Speedmaster Day-Date for you. During the order process you will have the opportunity to choose from various payment methods. You can pay the full price of your watch either by credit card, PayPal or instant bank transfer or you can choose to conveniently pay on finance for your Speedmaster Day-Date. If you select this option, we have multiple partner companies available who you can process your instalments through. Once this has been dealt with, your new favourite watch will be on its way to you and it won’t be long before you are holding your new timepiece in your hands!

Features of the Omega Speedmaster Day-Date

Watches from the Speedmaster Day-Date series are considered a perfect alternative for those who prefer models without manual winding. From 1993 to 1999, Omega used the calibre 1150, which was updated to the calibre 1151 in 1999. Since 2007, the Speedmaster has provided a power reserve of up to 44 hours with a self-winding chronograph movement known as the Omega 3606 calibre. The movement, as with the previous calibres, was developed on the basis of the infamous Valjoux 7751.

Now let’s come on to the eponymous function the Speedmaster Day-Date: the days of the month circle the dial and are indicated by the dial’s own half crescent hand. The day of the week and month are displayed by a separate totaliser at 12 o'clock. In addition, the Day-Date also offers a day-night indication, tachymeter and a chronograph with a second, 30-minute and 12-hour display.

The case is very distinctive, but not overwhelming with a diameter of 40 mm and a depth of 15 mm. With its size the Omega Moonwatch Day-Date thus represents a more subtle alternative for watch lovers that might think the 42 mm case diameter of the Moonwatch Professional is too large. The Moonwatch Day-Date is also water-resistant up to 100 metres, which is adequate for most day-to-day tasks. In contrast to the classic Moonwatch, the case back is not screwed but pressure-closed instead. The dial is also protected with the now commonly used sapphire crystal instead of the Hesalite one used for the Moonwatch. To suit every taste, the case is available in polished or matte-finished stainless steel or in yellow and red gold. Depending on the model, you can also choose between stainless steel, leather or gold for the bracelet.

Speedmaster Day-Date watches and prices

  • The Omega Speedmaster Day-Date is available in different styles. If you prefer the classic looks, the Speedmaster Day-Date (Ref. 3220.50.00) is a tasteful version with a classy black dial. With its stainless-steel case and bracelet, this Speedmaster model looks unobtrusive but classy on the wrist. For €2,450, this timepiece could be yours in no time at all.

  • The Speedmaster model Ref. 3222.80.00 showcases a blue dial, three customary totalisers at 6, 9 and 12 o'clock and the tachymeter bezel. The model is no longer officially produced and is therefore likely to increase in value in the future. You can find pre-owned Speedmaster models at a relatively low price of approximately €3,000 in the Watchmaster online shop.

  • With the exception of the black half crescent pointer, the Speedmaster Day-Date Ref. 3523.30.00 detailing is all in white and silver. This watch embodies modern vintage, as the series was launched in 1999 and discontinued in 2007. The model still has the old calibre 1151 and comes with a stainless-steel case and bracelet. Pre-owned, this model is available now for €2,200.

  • A famous sub-model of the Day-Date is the Speedmaster Day-Date MK40, which is also known as the Triple Date was introduced in 1996. With a case diameter of 39 mm, it is the same size as the Speedmaster Reduced and is well-suited to narrow wrists. Available in different designs, the Speedmaster Triple Day-Date (Ref. 3523.80.00) is currently available at Watchmaster for approximately €2,200. This distinctive style showcases a blue dial and stainless-steel case as well as an accentuated red half crescent hand.

  • Purchase the Speedmaster Day-Date (Ref. 3520.50.00) for a simple yet sophisticated chronograph with date and day of the week and month indicators. Inside the 39 mm case a precise automatic movement is beating away that ensures you will never be late again. Pre-owned, this model is now available for less than €2,000 depending on its condition.

To the moon and back: the Moonwatch is living history

Originally designed as a racing driver's watch, people mainly think of the Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch when they think of the Speedmaster series, which has a hand-wound Lemania movement and no date display. As the name suggests, it was this exact model that was worn by Buzz Aldrin when he set foot on the moon. Since then, the series has developed in every conceivable fashion and has been constantly expanding, to the point where the Speedmaster Day-Date now offers a version with date display.

The Speedmaster Day-Date through the ages

After it was introduced in 1993, the Speedmaster Day-Date endured several updates and changed both its calibre and model reference number. Over the last few years, however, it has reinvented as a highly trendy watch and an affordable alternative to the Professional Moonwatch. Since 2007, the Speedmaster Day-Date has been produced with the new calibre 3606.This calibre is more precise and more accurate than that of the Speedmaster Reduced, Omega's other current entry-level model in the Speedmaster collection. Another advantage of the new calibre is that it does not require the service and repair of problems that the calibre 1141 experienced.

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