Omega Speedmaster Reduced SCHUMACHER Red-dial 3810.61.41
Stainless-steel case, fixed Tacyhmetre bezel and domed hesalite crystal.
Automatic, Calibre 1149 (ETA 2890 A2). Power reserve: 40 hours.
Hours, Minutes, Small-seconds and Chronograph.
Red with yellow accents, black / white chequered flange and luminous hands & hours.
Special edition Wheel Box and Papers.
NATO in Blue and Red (not Omega).
In 1996, the first version of the Omega Speedmaster Schumacher was revealed by Mr. Schumacher at his go-kart track in Kerpen, Germany. It came with a choice of either a red or yellow dial (celebrating Mr. Schumacher’s first year driving for Ferrari) and a choice of either a red or yellow leather strap or stainless steel bracelet. The production ran from 1996 to 1999, and though the case itself did not bear the name “Schumacher,” there were a number of unique items included with the watch that marked it out as something unique.