Space-Worn Omega Speedmaster
The Speedmaster is nicknamed the Moon Watch for its place on the wrists of the astronauts of the Apollo program. This Space-Worn Omega Speedmaster earned its moniker more directly than most, on the arm of cosmonaut Gennady Padalka. Padalka holds the record for most cumulative days spent in space aboard the International Space Station. The watch has made a total of 2 thousand orbits, taken part in a nearly 6-hour EVA, and has likely been in space longer than any other timepiece. It's mounted on a black Velcro wristband, while the original metal bracelet is included, along with the original box, manual, and two letters of authenticity signed by Padalka, one typed and one handwritten.