Omega Watch Appeared In The Film ‘first Man On The Moon’

The film ‘First Man’ by Universal Pictures has been released in the United States a few days ago, watch lovers, space fans and movie audiences can witness in the movie Omega watches have played an important role in the history of human space exploration.

Omega watch appeared in the film ‘First Man’ (First Man)

  The First Man to the Moon is directed by Damien Chazelle and actor Ryan Gosling, following the Academy Awards® six award-winning films, City of Philharmonic (La La Land). The film is adapted from the work of James R. Hansen and tells the story of the first human landing on the moon. From the perspective of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the film tells the ten-year history of the Armstrong and Apollo 11 mission in a true and profound way, showing the success of this extremely difficult exploration mission in human history Behind the price that Armstrong and his family, colleagues and the United States paid.
  Omega’s space legend has always been talked about. This time, ‘The First Man on the Moon’ also accurately restored the glorious history of Omega watches accompanying astronauts on the Apollo program and other space missions.
  In 1964, with the rapid development of the space program, NASA began to look for watches for all manned space programs. Many brands provided timepieces to NASA, and only the Omega Speedmaster successfully passed a series of rigorous tests. On March 1, 1965, NASA announced that the Omega Speedmaster watch was ‘a watch approved to participate in all manned space flight missions.’
  Since then, Omega has been the only watch brand designated for NASA’s manned space missions. Omega watches have accompanied astronauts on many space missions, including the last Mercury Mission, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and Apollo -Soyuz) and so on. Today, the Omega Speedmaster is still used in space flight programs and is one of the permanent equipment of the International Space Station.
  In 1969, the Omega Speedmaster watch accompanied the Apollo 11 astronaut on the moon’s surface, becoming the first watch to land on the moon and entered the annals of history. In the movie ‘The First Man on the Moon,’ Omega provided the crew with several Speedmaster watches and other models that coincided with the plot of the film, which became an important symbol of the era in the film.
  Omega Speedmaster (ST 105.003)

  In the movie, Neil Armstrong, played by Ryan Gosling, wore this Speedmaster watch during NASA Apollo training. On June 3, 1965, American astronaut Ed White wore this watch during the Gemini mission, becoming the first American to spacewalk.
  Omega Speedmaster (ST 105.012)

 
  In the movie, when the Apollo 11 astronaut performed this historic mission to the moon, this legendary moon watch was worn on his wrist.
  Omega CK2605 watch

 
  This is an Omega timepiece born in 1954. In the movie, Neil Armstrong, played by Ryan Gosling, wore this watch in his daily life after becoming a hero on the moon.
  Omega chronograph stopwatch

 
  This is an Omega chronograph stopwatch born in the 1960s. In the movie, NASA engineers used the watch during training. As the official timing of the Olympic Games, Omega has a long and extraordinary history in the field of precision sports timing and has always been widely praised.

Jacques De Roche Onyx Mother-of-pearl Hour Small Needle Disk Spot

Recently, we visited the Jacques D’Oro boutique in SKP, Beijing, and found that many classic models of the brand are on sale in the store, such as the latest hot-sandstone dial ladies watches. In addition, four new products of the 2017 watch exhibition have been sold in stores. However, this year’s large and complicated models can only be booked, and the basic models are also being added.

   In 2016, the brand launched the onyx mother-of-pearl hour and minute dial watch to celebrate the brand’s long-established craftsmanship for nearly three centuries. Designed to praise the beauty of flowers, and the charm of elegant women. Equipped with a 39mm diameter 18K red gold case, it complements the flowers in the mother-of-pearl intaglio process, which is unique. The 18K red gold dial is decorated with black lacquer and hand-carved and painted white mother-of-pearl. After mother-of-pearl is lacquered and polished carefully, the hand-drawn subtle contours are carved by sculptors to give these plant patterns a wonderful luster and create a mirror effect when light passes over flowers. It’s striking. The hour and minute plate on it is made of onyx, which adds charm to the watch.

   A 39mm 18K red gold case with a convex mirror makes the dial’s flowers more vivid. The case is polished and polished, with natural and soft radians, very beautiful. One side of the watch is a red gold crown with the brand’s double star logo engraved on it, giving the watch brand an exclusive look.

   Equipped with 2653.Si movement, through the sapphire crystal back cover of the back process, you can see the appearance of the movement, do not have some fun. Equipped with an ornamental 18K white gold oscillating weight, the power reserve is about 68 hours.

   Black hand-rolled alligator strap with large checkered pattern. An 18K red gold pin buckle is attached to make the watch easy to wear and remove.

Jacques de Onyx Mother of Pearl hour and minute dial

Summary: The new arrivals include the Art Workshop series Sapphire eccentric large second hand watch, black ceramic Paris check power reserve large second hand watch, hour minute minute dial series rosette watch, and hour minute minute dial koi. Four new products. It is reported that the rest of the models will come to the store in the next period of time, like watch friends may wish to look forward to it.

More details:
   This quotation was collected on September 13, 2017. The watch price / spot is subject to change at any time. For the final price, please pay attention to the store details.
[Dealer Name]: Beijing SKP Jacques Dro Boutique
[Dealer Address]: D1002-1, SKP, No. 87 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
[Contact]: 010-6533 1738 Please call as a ‘watch home’ user