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.
Black leather (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.