Speedmaster Professional Mission Apollo 14
Model No. : 3597.17.00
Price: Sold Out
ENQUIRY TO BUY Omega Speedmaster Professional Mission Apollo 14
ENQUIRE ABOUT Omega Speedmaster Professional Mission Apollo 14
Brand New Watches
All brand new watches purchased from Luxtime are guaranteed to be original genuine articles.
The watches we offer are sourced from local and international authorized dealers, authorized
agents and from trusted 3rd party suppliers. All brand new watches comes with original box,
paper and international warranty card.
All pre-owned watches are graded by
i. Mint (Rating: 9/10)
ii. Excellent (Rating: 6 to 8/10)
iii. Good (Rating: 1 to 5/10)
We make an effort to display multiple high resolution images of the actual watch in order to
accurately portray the true condition. We further make an effort to accurately describe the overall
condition of the watch so that customers can get a feel of what the overall condition is in real life.
Every watches that we offer has gone through an accuracy test, a water resistance test and general
cleaning of the case. At times we might have the watch refinished, in which case we will make sure
to disclose that in the description. We accept trades and we actively buy pre-owned and vintage watches.
Packaging & Shipping
All watches from Luxtime are professionally packed that ensures a well secured package
when it arrives at your doorstep. We only use renowned worldwide courier service for our
shipping and all shipment will be accompanied with a tracking number to track your product.
|Condition||Used - Excellent (7/10)|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Chronogrpah|
Additional Information :
- No box, with instruction manual only.
- Will fit wrist size up to 7 inch.
- Omega Calibre 1861.
- Limited production of 200 units.
- Circa 1997 - 1998
- The Speedmaster Professional Missions Apollo XIV is part of the 1997 Speedmaster Missions set, with the mission patch at 9:00 commemorating the third moon landing, a mission accomplished from January 31 to February 9, 1971 by Alan B. Shepard, Stuart A. Roosa, and Edgar D. Mitchell.