What makes a watch distinct and unconventional? Is it the meticulous design of the exterior or the carefully crafted mechanism inside the watch? How can a timepiece be considered exceptional or be set apart from a mediocre watch? Truly, it is also about the milestones and history of the timepiece itself. Omega Speedmaster has not only excelled in its exterior design and interior mechanism but has also served a purpose in contributing to the development of the world. It would be an honor to own a masterpiece that served a purpose, would you agree? On July 20th, 1969 the first Omega watch that landed on the moon was worn by Neil Armstrong as well as by Buzz Aldrin during their Apollo XI mission. Thus the Speedmaster watch came out with the ref. ST105.012, being regarded as the first among the “Omega Moonwatch” collection. The OMEGA Speedmaster is one of Omega’s most remarkable timepieces. This collection has represented the brand’s adventurous pioneering spirit and has been a part of all six lunar missions. What more can you say about a timepiece that has landed on the moon and traveled in space?