From Omega: So, three registers, black dial, nothing new there and that's just what we want in a Speedmaster. The movement is the traditional Calibre 1861 manual wind, so far so good. The crystal is sapphire, but we can probably live with that. Where it gets interesting is the hands and case. Unlike many LE Speedmasters, this is not just a new colour-scheme, this is a radically different watch. Firstly we have no crownguards, harking back to the CK2998 (the CK2915 Broadarrow has already been re-released in many forms, so if you want a remade original, those are floating around still). The smaller case at 39.7mm is a result of the crown guard's thickness being taken off. Another nice touch is the straight as opposed to twisted lugs, a very nice touch indeed. Finally there are the hands. Time hands (hours minutes and seconds) are a steel dagger style, while the chronograph hands are kept to a white stick style. A little different but I like it on the whole, what do you guys think?