Over the past few years Swiss Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon replica Watches have introduced quite a few different variations of their ceramic Speedmaster timepieces. Since 2013, Omega have introduced at least one ceramic timepiece each year and this Baselworld was no different.
While Omega may have over indulged last year, with 4 new pieces, I think it is safe to say this year’s introduction was somewhat muted. 2013 saw the first ceramic Speedmaster, dubbed the “Dark Side of the Moon”. 2014 saw the “Grey Side of the Moon” originally named the Lunar Dust, which we looked at here and 2015 saw the “White Side of the Moon”, which we admittedly still haven’t gotten our hands on – so we shall reserve judgement until we possibly do. ut.
The new fake Omega Speedmaster Watch Grey Side of the Moon appears to be something Omega didn’t make too much fuss about during Baselworld 2016 and if I remember correctly, don’t even recall seeing it while skirting the outside of the Omega booth. In fact, things were much the same with the Lunar Dust released in 2014, which was nicknamed from then as the GSotM.This year sees the previously called Lunar Dust (now known as the Grey Side of the Moon), get an update that truly makes it stando
It uses the same movement and 44.25mm case dimensions – which may sound rather large but in all honesty fits really well on the wrist and doesn’t really have a sense of heftiness to it, this is mainly due to the materials used and curvature of the lugs. It uses the same tried and tested Co-Axial calibre 9300. Like its predecessors, the Grey side of the Moon is practically the same in every shape and form.
This latest addition to the ever-growing, ceramic Speedmaster copy watch, range will undoubtedly not be the last but as for right now, the GSotM meteorite is easily one of my personal favourites.