There are 11 pieces, all named after planets, each with their own unique colourway. The material for all of the pieces is bioceramic, which is patented by Swatch. This is an important differentiation for Omega, as it’s a forward-looking new material. All models have a Velcro strap and the indexes and hands feature the same type of Super-LumiNova used for Omega Speedmasters, emitting a green emission in the dark.
None of the pieces are limited edition or numbered. True to the Speedmaster’s form, the diameter of the watch is 42mm, the thickness is 13mm, and the MoonSwatch shares the same glass material for the case. The readability of the chronograph display is also extremely Speedmaster-esque, which is all the more impressive because all watches are being manufactured from the Swatch factories. On each caseback sits an image, directly from NASA, of the respective planet.
Uranus is pale blue, Pluto is grey with a burgundy bezel (a nice nod to the Speedmaster Moonwatch Apollo 11), Venus is powdery pink and comes in 38mm with oval subdials, while Earth is blue and green. Mars is red, which Kissling notes was the most difficult color to perfect in bioceramic. It also boasts the hands from the Alaska Project Speedmaster. For Saturn, the watch is beige and dark brown with rings circling the chronometer at 6 o’clock. Neptune is deep blue, Jupiter is bronze/beige with orange hands, and Mercury has a two-tone, black-and-more-black dial black. That leaves the very yellow Sun, which was the starting point of this project, and the Moon, which is black and the most similar to the original Speedmaster.