Originally released at Baselworld under the name "Lunar Dust" the Gray Side of the Moon is an alternative to those who want the Dark Side of the Moon in a different color. Think of it as a toned-down version of the Dark Side of the Moon. The movement is the same as the DSOM, the in-house Omega caliber 9300. The ceramic case is similar to the DSOM in regards to size (44.25mm in diameter) and material (solid ceramic). The sand-blasted platinum dial is light gray with darker hands that provide sufficient contrast against the dial, allowing for simple time reading. The bezel, unlike the DSOM is fully lumed. Another cool feature? The Omega logo on the crown is lumed as well. It is paired with a gray leather strap and has a rubber insert with holes to reinforce the strap and prevent wear. The watch retails for $12,600. You can find the watch on Omega's website here.
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