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The Omega Speedmaster has built quite an illustrious history since its introduction in 1957. Initially designed for motorsports, the Speedmaster found global recognition when it became the first watch worn on the moon during NASA's Apollo 11 mission in 1969. The enduring appeal of the Speedmaster lies in its robust construction, precision, and timeless design. Over the years, Omega has continued to evolve the Speedmaster collection, introducing various models and limited editions that pay homage to its storied heritage.

Among the diverse iterations of the Speedmaster, the reference 176.0014, also known as the Speedmaster TV, represents a distinctive chapter in the model's evolution. Produced during the 1970s, the Speedmaster TV features a tonneau-shaped case that sets it apart from the traditional round cases associated with the Speedmaster line. Coupled with its bold dial layout and integrated bracelet, the Speedster TV reflects the avant-garde aesthetic of the era. While not as widely recognized as some other Speedmaster references, the 176.0014 has gained a cult following among collectors who appreciate its unconventional and retro charm.

Photographed here, our 1970s Omega Speedmaster TV, reference 176.0014, is in absolute mint overall condition. With a crisp lume and lovely period patina, this unique Speedmaster is an excellent choice for a quirky addition to any collection or as a first vintage purchase.

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