Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow Rattrapante

The dial of this Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow Rattrapante is quite colorful and holds somewhere in the middle of the original Speedmaster design as well as some ‘Racing’ and ‘Schumacher’-edition dials. The hands are – of course – Broad Arrow hands and have been polished which give them a nice appearance, especially when it catches light from certain angles .
The broad arrow hands on a Speedmaster go back as far as to the very first Speedmaster watch, in 1957 with the CK2915 reference number (more here). Omega re-used the broad arrow hands on the Speedmaster in 1997 with their Replica or Re-edition model as part of the Missions Collection suitcase (here) and later on in the regular collection as well. Only in the early 2000s Omega introduced this entire sub-collection of Speedmaster ‘Broad Arrow’ watches with Co-Axial movements (caliber 33xx) and broad arrow hands.

The case diameter of this Speedmaster Rattrapante ref. 3582.51.00 is 44.25mm which equals to the current Speedmaster Co-Axial 9300 watches (including the Dark Side of the Moon). Although this model is out of production for almost 5 years now, you will occasionally find them in the pre-owned market. We’ve found a couple of them just below the 5.000,- Euro mark. If you are out there looking for a Speedmaster with rattrapante movement but don’t want to spend this kind of money, also have a look for the older Speedmaster ref. 3540.50.00 that uses a case that is very similar to that of the X-33.

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