In 2020, Omega launched this 50th anniversary edition watch – replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Silver Snoopy Award 50th anniversary. Today, 50 years later, Omega proudly presents a unique watch to commemorate this glorious history. This time, this Snoopy commemorative model still continues the 42mm stainless steel case design of the previous generation, but has some changes in color matching, design and movement. More replica Omega Speedmaster watches.
The Omega Speedmaster Professional Silver Snoopy Award 50th Anniversary watch is equipped with a blue zirconia ceramic bezel and decorated with white enamel tachymeter scales. The watch is equipped with a blue nylon strap, and the lining of the strap is imprinted with the “Apollo” mission No. 13 navigation track. The silver dial is decorated with sharp-angled hour markers and hands treated with blue PVD, and the blue sub-dial at 9 o’clock is embossed with a silver badge with the “Snoopy” pattern.
Replica Omega Speedmaster Professional Silver Snoopy Award 50th anniversary watch uses a sapphire glass case back, using NAIAD LOCK technology, decorated with micro-structured metallization technology to make the image of the back of the moon. The earth disc on the back rotates once a minute, synchronized with the small seconds of the watch.
In the 1950s, a dog named Snoopy appeared on the screen and became a household name in the United States at the time. And more than ten years later, on January 29, 1969, a fire broke out on the NASA Space Agency named “Apollo 1”, and three astronauts were trapped and killed during a routine test. At that time, the person in charge of NASA’s manned center hoped that the most popular puppy at the time could become NASA’s safety ambassador.
In fact, for more than 50 years, Snoopy has always been the “guard dog” of NASA space missions. It not only represents the successful execution of space missions, but also symbolizes that even if you are in a critical moment, you will end up in danger. Since 1968, all individuals or groups that have made outstanding contributions to the success of human space missions have been awarded the “Snoopy Award.”