Features Chronograph: Complicated watch with a function for measuring short time periods in addition to its function for permanently displaying hours, minutes and seconds. Perpetual calendar: Memory function that respects all date changes, including 29th February in leap years (until 28/02/2100). Alarm: A watch or clock which automatically sounds at a pre-set time. Multifunction: Watch with digital (or combined analogue/digital) display with several functions, such as alarm, chronograph, countdown timer etc. with optional display of the required mode. Movement Calibre: OMEGA 5666 Highly precise thermo‑compensated multi‑functional quartz movement with dedicated pilot functions developed in consultation with professional pilots. It powers the Omega Spacemaster Z‑33 whose analog hands and LCD windows display, among other values: time, UTC, chronograph, alarm, perpetual calendar and function menu. Battery life: 24 months Type: Quartz
This OMEGA Speedmaster Spacemaster Z-33 was inspired by the brand’s iconic “Pilot Line” case shape and equipped with a brand new multifunction quartz movement, calibre 5666. Floating above the digital dial is a set of analogue timekeeping hands that are adjusted by the crown at 3 o’clock.
Surrounding the watch are four pushers that, along with the crown, allow full control over the array of digital features. For keeping track of the time these include date, UTC and two time zones, an alarm and a perpetual calendar.
Elapsed time is measured with a chronograph function and a countdown timer. There are also self-programmable professional pilot functions to log up to ten flights and visualise those logs with date-hour indications. The case is manufactured from grade 5 titanium. This model is presented on a brown leather strap.