The first thing you’ll notice about the Speedmaster Racing (other than some of the dial colors), is the size. It’s a very appropriate 40mm nod to the past, and looks even a tad smaller due to the bezel sitting outside of the crystal. Second, the sub-dials are textured with a triangular “Clous de Paris” pattern. While they create a nice contrast from the rest of the dial, I’m not sure how necessary they are to the Longines Column Wheel Chronograph. As a result, the watch is a tad thick at 15mm. More live pics after the break, we’ll keep you posted with details about pricing and availability.. None the less, a touch many will appreciate. Powering the watch is column-wheel chronograph (caliber 3330) built for Omega, using many of their proprietary parts such a silicon hairspring and co-axial escapement. It shares a loose affiliation with the movement found in the
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