For Baselworld 2016, Omega has made a big push to incorporate METAS Master Chronometer movements into their watches, but not all pieces are getting that specific upgrade. For one of their latest releases, they have come out with a new version of the Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon made with a historically apt material. The new Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon Meteorite watch seems a bit obvious when you think about it, but the folks at Omega know fans of the line will appreciate the novelty.
The rose gold provides a soft burst of mellow color against the overall appropriately grey look of the Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon Meteorite, and manages to get the indices and handset standing out against the patterned dial without the brashness that a yellow gold could carry. I know I personally shy away from gold watches as well as those with gold accents, but I think it does make sense here. If you went with any sort of non-colored metal say, polished steel or silver, it would have a tendency to get lost in that dial. With the red gold here, you get the demarcation you want without it overwhelming the watch.
For all I have to like about the materials and overall look of the 13’000 CHF Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon Meteorite, it’s just a new take on a watch Omega has been producing over the past few years. Yes, the 9300 is a solid movement, and the Speedmaster itself is an iconic design. A few years back, I was rather enamored of the ’57 variants of the Speedmaster, but this latest one – the Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon Meteorite – isn’t doing quite the same thing for me.
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