Likely stuck with a few extra dials featuring this pattern, Omega decided to release the model without any association with Tintin. Besides the dial, the watch is distinguished from regular models by the use of red paint instead of the standard black for the NASA flight-qualified engraving on the back. Not very well received by the market at the time, it was discontinued after a fairly short time and it is generally believed that only around 1'000 to 2'000 pieces of the 'Tintin' were ever produced.
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