Downwatch Meets The Tokyo Olympics: Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional ‘tokyo 2020’ Limited Edition

Omega has been the official timepiece of the Olympic Games since 1932. After 28 years of the Olympic Games, Omega has also developed many technologies, including a light-sensing end point camera (Scan’O that can capture 10,000 photos per second). ‘VisionMYRIA), the touchpad (TouchPad) on the swimming pool, and the Electronic Starting Pistol, are showing Omega’s timekeeping efforts.

 Today, in order to meet the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Omega has launched the SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited edition, which is full of commemorative significance.

SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited edition (blue), stainless steel model, 42 mm diameter, limited to 2,020.

SpeedmasterMoonwatchProfessional ‘Tokyo2020’ Limited Edition (Yellow), stainless steel model, 18K yellow gold chronograph outer ring, push handle, hands and time mark, 42mm diameter, limited to 2,020.

SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ Limited Edition (Black), stainless steel model, 42 mm diameter, limited to 2,020 pieces.

SpeedmasterMoonwatchProfessional ‘Tokyo2020’ Limited Edition (Green), stainless steel model, Sedna gold chronograph outer ring, push handle, hands and time mark, 42 ​​mm diameter, limited to 2,020.

SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited edition (red), stainless steel model, 42 mm diameter, limited to 2,020.
 There are five SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited editions in blue, yellow, black, green and red, symbolizing the five rings of the Olympic Games. The ability to add hands and feet is fast enough. Of course, all five models are best collected, but if the budget is limited and you want to buy only Omega Olympic commemorative watches, you can refer to the characteristics of different models. All five models have a stainless steel case with a diameter of 42 mm and an aluminum bezel. Those who like two-tones should like the yellow and green models. They add 18K yellow gold (yellow) and Omega’s unique Sedna gold (green) to the watch, showing a unique color. Black is presented in a panda face, the same type is also blue, and the color is very similar to the GeminiIV40thAnniversary introduced in 2005. If you prefer a simpler color, you can choose a red bezel with a silver dial. The red bezel also matches the chronograph second hand.

SpeedmasterMoonwatchProfessional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited edition caseback is engraved with the 2020 Tokyo Olympic commemorative pattern.
 The five watches are equipped with Omega’s classic 1861 manual-winding movement, which is the SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional from Cal.321 in 1957, Cal.861 in 1986, and the third-generation hand-wound caliber that evolved in 1996. . The solid bottom cover is engraved with the commemorative pattern of the Tokyo Olympics and the five ring logo, which is full of significance. Five broad arrow chronograph seconds hands are painted red to highlight the small spots.

SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ limited edition set, limited to 55 groups.
 The SpeedmasterMoonwatch Professional ‘Tokyo2020’ watches are limited to 2,020 each, and are only sold at Omega stores in Japan. There are also a full set of 5 commemorative box sets sold together, limited to 55 sets. Watch fans who love the OmegaSpeedmaster moon watch and want to collect the Tokyo Olympic Games commemorative watch, don’t miss them!