Iconic watchmaker Omega recently unveiled an updated version of their classic timepiece, the Speedmaster Mark II.

Originally introduced in 1969, the 2014 model shares original characteristics such as the 42mm case, but has been updated with a modern look. It features an automatic movement, Si14 silicon balance spring (for friction reduction), a Super-LumiNova tachymetric scale, AR-coated sapphire crystal and fluorescent orange accents, allowing it to be visible at night. It’s also water-resistant up to 100 meters.

A release date and pricing has yet to be announced.