At 45mm, the newly fake Omega Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 is a bit larger than the original models that first came out in the 1990s. Of course the case is in solid titanium and the style is not only very closely related to the original X-33, but also of the Speedmaster range as well.
The Z-33 was technically a Speedmaster, but really didn’t look like one. Around the X-33 dial is a rotating bezel with a ceramic insert, and the dial design is a mixture of the classic Speedmaster Professional and the Z-33. The real departure here from the original X-33 is the use of a horizontal line, versus circular line LCD screen. Of course the screen can be turned off for a more traditional dial style with just analog hands.
The movement is produced by ETA exclusively for discount copy Omega UK and I believe will be thermo-compensated, even though we aren’t sure yet. Analog/digital in format, the movement will have four pushers on the case in addition to the crown to operate–just like the Z-33. Features will again be focused on the needs of astronauts and include multiple timezones (three of them), three alarms, chronograph, countdown timer, mission timers such as mission elapsed time (MET) and phase elapsed time (PET), as well as a backlight.
Omega claims that the Swiss-made replica watches will be certified by NASA to be used in their space missions in the near future, and that the Omega Speedmaster Skywalker X-33 has already been approved by the ESA (European Space Agency) for use in space and on the ISS. Further, Omega is said to have worked with astronaut Jean-Francois Clervoy on the design of this watch.