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Omega Dark Side of The Moon Watch: Ticking Away the Moments

by Range
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The Dark Side of the Moon was one incredible Pink Floyd album, but you don’t have to worry that the similarly-named Omega Speedmaster watch looks like its prismatic album cover. Instead, it’s just fittingly dark and moody.

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The Omega Speedster Dark Side of the Moon Watch is supposed to celebrate the lack of light thanks to its all-black design. It has a black ceramic 44.25mm case, chronograph pushers, a black zirconium oxide ceramic dial, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The indexes are tipped in white gold, and the chronograph hand is red-tipped and plated in rhodium. It’s strapped on thanks to a Cordura strap with a ceramic buckle.

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It will be available soon for a yet undisclosed amount of money. It’s definitely a swanky-looking watch that would look well on many wrists. It’s got that Special-Forces kind of vibe going.

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