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.
- ST 145.0014
- International collection
- Type: Manual winding (mechanical)
- Caliber number: 861
- Created in 1968
Formerly called “27 CHRO C12 PC”
Used on second generation “moon watches”.
- Tachymeter, Chronograph
- Stainless steel
- Case back
- Mat black (or luminous grey with burgundy/orange scale), with luminous hour markers, white luminous hands, and inside tachometer scale.
- Mineral (flat)
- Stainless steel (attached)
- Water resistance
- 60 meters
The condition is really great, lines well defined, could be refinish or polish at some point.
Face, dial and hands are in very good condition.
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.
Case back, I accidentally introduced some scratches.
Saw a few service markings, including 1 in 1981.
The manual winding movement that went to the Moon, Caliber 861 with 18 jewels.
Parting shot with the Omega Mesh.
Any other info: http://www.chronomaddox.com/MarkSeries.html