1973 OMEGA Speedmaster 125 (Ref. 378.0801) With Booklet and Papers

The Speedmaster 125 was created in 1973 as a limited edition celebration of 125 years of Omega watchmaking and is an ode to Omegas ability to produce some of the worlds most complicated timepieces of the time. With only 2000 models ever produced, the 125 was the worlds first chronometer certified automatic chronograph. 

By no means is this a subtle watch, the case has a demanding presence, featuring an integrated bracelet and a dial that contains a variety of different complications. The modular design of the watch allows for separation of the inside of the watch from the case itself to be operated as a separate entity.

This watch was created with the Speedmaster enthusiast's heart in mind, being a limited production with a quirky, complicated design. This specific Speedmaster 125 comes with the original instruction booklet and serialized papers, making this piece a desirable asset for any Omega collector.

Stock # OSM125
Brand Omega
Style Speedmaster 125
Model 378.0801
Serial 362XXXXX
Size Mens
Material SS
Dial Matte Black "Applied Logo"
Millimeters 42mm
Bracelet Omega 1221/212 Integrated Bracelet



The tall standing case has been previously light polished showing some light wear, remaining in overall excellent condition. the pump pushers and Omega signed crown are original to the watch, and the sapphire crystal is blemish free. The original Omega 1221/212 integrated bracelet remains unpolished, exhibiting light wear and some stretch from us.


The gorgeous matte black dial features an applied logo as well as "OMEGA" and "125" in applied markers, with "Speedmaster" printed in white. The tritium lume has aged to a charming yellow coloration, under U.V. light inspection the lume shows no degradation. The original tritium hands remain in flawless condition and match the dial perfectly, showing no lume loss or degradation under U.V. light inspection.


Watch comes with original instruction booklet and warranty paper. Watch is keeping time perfectly, further service history is unknown.