Last week we visited Milan where we held our second Speedy Tuesday occasion this year (and more to come). In this article, you will discover a few impressions of that day.

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This year began with a stunning cool Speedy Tuesday occasion in Switzerland, where we (with around 50 Speedmaster devotees) saw the presentation of the type 321 re-birth. Omega kept this presentation particularly for the Speedy Tuesday community, even before the press had the opportunity to see it, to show their appreciation for aficionados such as ourselves. It was there, where we chose to proceed with some Speedy Tuesday occasions in 2019. Bienne, trailed by Milan, Frankfurt, Singapore, Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo. A week ago was Milan’s turn. In the wake of opening a register where Speedmaster devotees could pursue the occasion, we needed to make a determination of 40 people. We need to keep it generally little, to have the option to keep an outline and to ensure everybody is secure and protected (to bring their looks also, for example).

Speedy Tuesday Event in Milan

Bert and I traveled to Milan the other day and after the standard deferral at Schiphol air terminal in Amsterdam, we at long last showed up in the late evening. Without a moment to spare for a brisk meeting with our extraordinary visitor for the following day, Nicole Stott. Stott, a previous NASA space traveler (part of the NASA 2000 gathering of two Space Shuttle flights (Flight Specialist on STS-128 and STS-133) and multiple times occupant of the Internation Space Station (Expedition 20 and Expedition 21), was at that point sitting tight for us in anteroom, with her administrator. We will distribute a video of this unique meeting soon on Fratello.

Next day, the occasion began around early afternoon in the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci” in Milan. We began with a pleasant lunch and the chance to meet the entirety of the visitors. In the huge room close to the display where we ate, the visitors were amazed by a lovely ‘Speedy Tuesday’ set-up for certain watches from the current assortment just as Speedmaster watches from the Omega Museum. Gregory Kissling (Head of Product Management) was there to give the visitors a warm welcome for Omega, as I did in the interest of Fratello, of course.  After this presentation, we moved to the zone where a phase was assembled. Nicole Stott was acquainted with the visitors and she gave a heavenly chat on her time in space. Her introduction was trailed by a Q&A we coordinated, where both Nicole Stott and Gregory Kissling were on the stage and myself directing the board conversation. We contacted the subjects of room voyaging and watches utilized in space, just as some Speedmaster history. Stott being essential for the missions dating after 1998, utilized a Speedmaster X-33 during her space travels.

Event Impression Video

Photo Report

We have distributed the on the off chance that you are interested (additionally try to follow our YouTube channel as there’s more to come). Other than video, we tried to take some photographs too, to give you a decent impression of the occasion. During the coming occasions, we will do likewise, obviously, as we will be working with various uncommon guests.

Enjoy the pictures, and simply click them for bigger versions.

Of course, Omega brought additionally a portion of the Apollo XI 50th commemoration curiosities. What’s more, the piece of Moon shooting star that they utilized for the little Moon plates for the situation back of the gold Speedmaster Apollo XI , obviously. Additionally present was the watch that was on the Moon, on the wrist of Gene Cernan.

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