1970s Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II 145.014 Racing Dial
In 1969, the year man first walked on the moon, OMEGA introduced the Speedmaster Mark II, reference 145.014, a model with a new look and an aerodynamic case. It was introduced at the time to replace the original Speedmaster.
With its aerodynamic case, the OMEGA Speedmaster Mark II was regarded for more than forty years as a unique interpretation of the brand’s legendary chronograph by collectors.
In terms of design Omega was the first manufacturer to use Omega’s famous “pilot line case”, cut from a massive piece of solid stainless steel with a starburst finish on the case. This daring choice created a real presence on the wrist, enhanced by the colourful and attractive racing dial. The case had a totally new and innovative design, with the glass integrated ainto the case, and the tachymetric bezel incorporated into the glass.
Mechanically this piece is powered by the Omega calibre 861 in-house movement based on the Lemania calibre 1873.
ModelSpeedmaster MKII Racing Dial
Case materialStainless Steel
MovementOmega Cal. 861
HandsOriginal, nice condition
StrapRacing strap by Atelier Romane