The Omega Speedmaster Super Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer proves the watchmaker is dedicated to continuous innovation. This timepiece is the first to feature the new Omega Spirate System released in 2023. The company now surpasses Rolex’s -2/+2 seconds per day accuracy rating with an unrivaled precision of 0/+2 seconds.
The patent-pending Spirate System includes an anti-magnetic spiral with flexible bearings and a high-precision structure that allows adjustments in the spring’s balance and stiffness. The result is a spring 10 times as efficient as most competitors. The Omega Speedmaster Super Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer introduces this ultra-accurate system to the world, and it’s loaded with other features too.
The Speedmaster Super Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer is Master Chronometer Certified for the impressive performance, precision, and magnetic resistance of the Co-Axial Master Chronometer 9920 movement. The timepiece features a chronograph, date display, and tachymeter, to ensure it ticks all the boxes for racers with a need for speed.
The Omega Speedmaster Super Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer is a 44.25mm watch with stainless steel construction, a black ceramic bezel, yellow numerals, and Super-LumiNova-filled indexes. The watch features a transparent case back and a sophisticated steel bracelet with a butterfly clasp. A sportier black and yellow recycled NATO strap is also in the box. It’s expected that the Speedmaster Super Racing Co-Axial Master Chronometer will be available at the end of the summer with a price tag of $11,000.
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