The year is coming to a close as we move closer and closer to the winter holiday season and New Year’s Eve. That means – at least we suspect – that Swatch’s great, nearly year-long 1:1 fake Omega Moonshine Gold MoonSwatch event is similarly winding down. If you recall, it all started in early March of this year when – after some light teasing – Swatch and perfect super clone Omega put out the first Mission to Moonshine Gold MoonSwatch. The watch itself, from case to dial to the strap, was effectively identical to the regular production Mission to the Moon, only it had a Moonshine Gold-coated chronograph seconds hand.
Every month since then, AAA quality replica Omega has produced a variety of these watches utilizing the same base Mission to the Moon model with different chrono hand designs from flowers to lanterns to strawberries. Then came August, which saw the only major deviation when a Mission to Neptune-based Moonshine Omega MoonSwatch replica for sale arrived on the scene with its all-blue look and golden hand.
The Swiss made super clone Omega Moonshine launches are simple in nature: Each launch presents a watch in which the gold chrono hand has been produced under a specific full Moon. However many such hands get produced dictates how many copy watches for sale go on sale… for a single day only. You may think that the MoonSwatch mania has reached peak saturation levels, but I can tell you that every single global Moonshine launch this year has effectuated a complete sellout of all watches. The hype is real and the hype continues.
This brings us to today, where the universe is set to reveal the Beaver Moon upon us – so-called for its timing in correspondence to when Beavers are highly active, providing light for them to build dams and other structures before entering hibernation. The Beaver Moon is the second-to-last full Moon of the year, and so that means we get a Beaver Moon-themed Swiss movement copy Omega MoonSwatch.
Will this be the second-to-last Moonshine variation? We’ll have to wait and see. As for the details on this high quality super clone Omega, what we have yet again (and the same as last month’s Lollipop-themed watch with a chrono hand paying tribute to the top super clone Omega Speedmaster CK 2998-3 FAP from 1961) is a Mission to the Moon base model with details etched into the Moonshine hand.
Those details are what appear to be a log-esque etching toward the base of the hand, and then a hidden feature that comes alive when the copy watch glows. This looks like a more overt Beaver motif that’s discreet enough in broad daylight, but that lights up proudly in the dark. This is now the third Moonshine high end super clone Omega Speedmaster to be released post Blancpain x Swatch.
I don’t know what watch the brand has in store to round out the year, but I do know December’s full Moon is known as the “Cold Moon” among other naming conventions. Might we see it go blue once more? I sure hope so.