Everybody knows Tintin, and the name itself means something in every literate culture on the planet. With every purchase of the Omega "Tintin", we're including a free comic issue of The Adventures of Tintin: Destination Moon.
ON THE RIGHT TRACK
Like every good signature watch, they always have a distinct tell. For the Tintin, it's the distinct red and white racing motif that radiates explosively around the minute track, making it totally unique in Omega Speedmaster iconography.
TIME IN SPACE
Powered by the caliber 1861, it is a modern update of the caliber 861 which itself was based on the original caliber 321 that went to the moon. The movement has a rhodium-plated finish, making it no less different than the robust movement that kept time ticking outside of earth.
DRESSING IT UP
Now a dial like that doesn't come by every day. On top of the stainless steel bracelet it comes with, we're including two additional complementing fabric straps — red-and-black with striped and border designs.