Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 | Author:

Just join the Speedmaster club 😉 I wasn’t really keen on one till I saw the Mark II, love the case. Bigger, thicker and hefty.

The Omega Speedmaster Mark II also known as ST 145.0014.

Reference

ST 145.0014
International collection
1969
Movement
Type: Manual winding (mechanical)
Caliber number: 861
Created in 1968
17 jewels
Formerly called “27 CHRO C12 PC”
Used on second generation “moon watches”.
Functions
Tachymeter, Chronograph
Case
Stainless steel
Case back
Screw-in
Dial
Mat black (or luminous grey with burgundy/orange scale), with luminous hour markers, white luminous hands, and inside tachometer scale.
Crystal
Mineral (flat)
Bracelet
Stainless steel (attached)
Water resistance
60 meters

 

The condition is really great, lines well defined, could be refinish or polish at some point.

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Face, dial and hands are in very good condition.

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I haven’t figure this out yet. Most of the Mark II I checked is “T Swiss Made T”, usually meant that Tritium is used for the lume. “Swiss Made” is on my dial instead.

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Signed crown.

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Case back, I accidentally introduced some scratches. :oops:

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Saw a few service markings, including 1 in 1981.

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The manual winding movement that went to the Moon, Caliber 861 with 18 jewels.

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Parting shot with the Omega Mesh.

Any other info: http://www.chronomaddox.com/MarkSeries.html

Category: Omega, Watches
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