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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