I know the Moonwatch has its reputation by being flight certified - surviving a bunch of torture tests by NASA. Unfortunately it did not survive my own "test."
A couple weeks ago I crashed my motorcycle on the highway after hitting the base of a wobbly construction barrel that had made its way into the left lane. It popped up from under the car in front of me and I had nowhere to go but over it - at about 70mph or so. A quick one-two tank slapper ensued which dumped the bike on its right side along with me. I rolled countless times and ended up in the right lane. Fortunately I did not hit anything other than the ground, and nothing hit me. It wasn't until I limped into the ambulance to check the time did I see that my Speedmaster was pretty much wrecked.
I'd only had it a little over 3 months. I tried one on over a decade ago, but it was out of reach. I'd never actually heard of Omega before that, but I was hooked. I decided to buy myself one for my 39th birthday. I put it on a a cordovan strap a little over a month ago and really liked it.
I took it to my watchmaker as sort of a joke to see what he could do with it. I think it's pretty much a lost cause. Missing crystal, hands, non-running, and a terribly scratched case. Two screws fell out when the caseback was removed, and the dial almost wants to fall out of the case when inverted.
I'll see if homeowner's insurance company would cover a situation like this. Sad, but I know things could have been a lot worse.