Speedmaster Broad Arrow "Split Second" 3882.31.37
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Another example of a reinterpretation of the key design elements of the Speedmasters of yore is the Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow. This watch here includes an interesting rattrapante (or split-seconds) chronograph, courtesy of the caliber 3612, yet another COSC-certified Co-axial automatic movement, based on the 3313, the automatic, column-wheel chronograph workhorse that drives most modern Speedmasters.
The impressive 2017 Speedmaster Broad Arrow on offer has a big, 44.25 mm case and a “panda style” color scheme. Aside from the metallic bezel, engraved with a Base 1000 tachymeter scale (like the first Speedmaster 2915 had), there is a second scale for pulsations, printed on the periphery of the dial. Especially notable are the Broad Arrow hands that fit quite well with the extreme and technical appearance of this timekeeping tool.
Since the watch is a rattrapante chronograph, its additional pusher at 10 o’clock operates the dual column-wheel split-seconds feature. While the chronograph function is running, a first pressing of the 10 o’clock pusher stops the secondary seconds hand while letting the main chronograph seconds hand run free. A second pressing of the button makes the stopped hand “catch up” with the main seconds hand. The typical pushers at 2 and 4 operate the start-stop and reset functions as usual. This is further proof that mechanical chronographs are exceptional complications that should not be taken for granted just because they are all-too common.
Model Speedmaster Broad Arrow Reference 3882.31.37 Year 2017 Box/Papers Yes/Yes Bracelet Material Calf - Brown Dimension 44.2mm Dial White Baton Case Material Steel Movement Automatic Water Resistance: 100 metres Gender Mens
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