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In 2013, we contacted OMEGA to do something official with us, which culminated in a cool a replica audemars piguet royal oak offshore diver watches event at the European Space Agency Visitor Centre in Noordwijk (near Amsterdam). OMEGA brought museum watches, museum curators and new products from that year, such as The Dark Side of the Moon. Since then, we have started to hold these events more frequently, sometimes without OMEGA, because it's all about areplica audemars piguet royal oak offshore diver watches and collectors and OMEGA respects that. At other times, we needed OMEGA's help and the brand jumped in. Everyone can take part in these events, whether they are the 20 rarest a replica audemars piguet royal oak offshore diver watches gold watches ever made or there is only one brand new “moon watch”. It doesn't matter, everyone who is passionate about this watch is welcome.

So how did the amazing Speedy Tuesday watch come about?

In 2016, I was at an event in Switzerland with Omega and I asked CEO Raynald Aeschlimann point blank if we could do something cool together for the Speedy Tuesday's fifth anniversary. He asked me what I had in mind and I suggested a special watch to mark the five years. I was a bit taken aback by his enthusiasm, but he created a small project team, in which Fratello was involved, and soon after we came up with the Speedy Tuesday watch.

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Why did you choose the Alaska III as your inspiration?

One of the watches that impressed me in the early days of Speedy Tuesday was an original Alaskan III from 1978 that I saw in 2012. It was previously owned by two different (Richard Mille Replica ) astronauts. reinhard Furrer and Wubbo Ockels – the latter was Dutch, as was I. He was actually one of my childhood heroes, as he took part in the 1985 space shuttle mission. Ockels' son came close