145.022 straight writing

Produced in 1970

This was Omega’s first response to the Speedmaster’s involvement in 1969 Moon landings. There are actually three different versions. These are quite rare, but so far the market places only a small premium on them.

All three executions of the straight writing case back
All three executions of the straight writing case back. On the left is the more common 1970’s back, in the middle is the rare “Apollo XI” and on the right is the NOS purchased by me last year via Omega as a service part.
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The rarest straight writing case back, with “Apollo XI”
P8100002
A rare example of a “Full Set”. Box and Papers. 145.022-69 Transitional back

P8100009

I would expect this reference to carry the DN90 bezel.

Calibre 861

Serial Range:

31xx xxx – 32xx xxx

Dial

  • Stepped
  • Painted logo
  • Professional text
  • Short hour indices
  • Wide spaced  SWISS MADE T’s

Case

  • Asymmetric case, 20 mm lugs
  • Caseback- Engraved.

Hands

  • Hour/minute – baton
  • Subdial – Stick, painted
  • Chrono – square end spear

Pushers

  • 5mm x 3.5 mm

Crown

  • 7mm

Bezel

  • Black BASE 500 bezel with dot next to 90 (DN90)

 

 

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