We recently took the ‘Reinhard Furrer’ Omega Speedmaster Professional reference 145.022 to our watchmaker for a full service. Of course we had to take a few pics of the Speedmaster Professional in full, up-close-and-personal glory up.
The 145.022 is of course powered by the wonderful caliber 861, and that’s what you’ll see in most of these pictures. The caliber 861 has been used in the Speedmaster for decades and it’s a tried and tested movement.
The first picture shows various movements parts in a basket, ready for a cleaning. The pic above shows the movement missing a few key parts – most notable the main spring.
Next up we have a few more parts: glass – movement holder – crown – dust cover – dial – main spring. The glass and spring were replaced.
Replacement parts – factory sealed and 100% original. Only the best!
While the case and bracelet where not polished, they were thoroughly cleaned. One might recognize the unique swirl that only the ‘Star Watch Case’ Speedmasters posses.
Small parts. Very important though!
Here’s the movement from the caseback side, missing part of the stopwatch mechanism.
Original Omega tool for testing and assembly. Dial side of the movement.
The wonderful and unique ‘Radial’ dial is refitted. The hands are still missing.
And the hands are back on.. This ‘naked’ view allows us to fully admire the great detail on this particular dial – it’s just stunning!
Read more about this Speedmaster in this post.
Add.: this watch is the very model being auctioned by Bonhams on December 10th 2014.