Swatch’s Mission on Earth MoonSwatch collection is coming to the Philippines on June 15

The Swatch Omega MoonSwatch Mission on Earth collection includes the Lava, Polar Lights, and Desert variants.
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Swatch’s upcoming MoonSwatch Mission on Earth collection will be available in the Philippines on June 15. The series, which includes the Lava, Polar Lights, and Desert variants, is inspired by our planet’s diverse landscapes.

As confirmed by the Swatch Store in Greenbelt 5, you can find the timepieces in select stores, namely in Greenbelt, Glorietta, SM Megamall, Trinoma, and Rockwell.

Local pricing is yet to be revealed. However, the “Mission on Earth” collection in the US will cost USD 270. Expect the SRP in the Philippines to be somewhere in that range, probably around PHP 15,500.

Take note that the all-white and all-black Snoopy MoonSwatch released in April retailed for PHP 18,000.

Swatch Omega Mission on Earth MoonSwatch

The new MoonSwatch collection features Bioceramic cases, crowns, and pushers, each with a matching color scheme. The recessed subdials with white rings Arabic numerals, and radial indexes are a nod to the Speedmaster Alaska II and III. Meanwhile, the tachymeter scale on the bezel adds a touch of that Speedmaster flair.

The dials include the OMEGA X Swatch logo, the Speedmaster emblem, and the MoonSwatch branding. Common across all models is the box-shaped biosourced glass, the “S” etched in the center, and the circular pattern adorning the dial’s outer ring.

The angular lugs, the “dot over 90” detail on the tachymeter scale, and the Bioceramic construction complete the design.

For low-light visibility, the hour and minute hands and the chronograph seconds hand tip are coated with Super-LumiNova.

For more information, visit Swatch’s website and official channels.

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