Like the Mark Series of Speedmasters, the 125 is a brutish iteration. It measures 42mm in diameter (45mm including the crown) and 51mm lug to lug. It’s also 16mm thick. To look at it, you might think someone chopped it out of a solid block of 316L stainless steel. Tonneau-shaped and predominantly brushed, the watch sports a finely polished chamfer along both the top and bottom edges of the mid-case. The stationary bezel is also buffed to a mirror-like shine.
Other Watchy Bits: Omega’s Silver Snoopy
Omega watches have been on the wrists of astronauts and engineers since they qualified for space missions back in 1965 and would later be the first watch on the moon in July of 1969. There are many variations of the Omega Speedmaster “Moonwatch,” but one version less often discussed is the Speedmaster “Silver Snoopy.”