Amazon.com Price: (as of 2019-01-18 20:35:54 GMT) Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
Romain Jerome Moon Dust Black Mood White Watch, limited and numbered edition of 1969 pieces, round black PVD-coated steel case (46 mm diameter) with carbon fiber and black PVD-coated steel bezel containing parts of Apollo 11, black rubber strap with black PVD-coated steel folding clasp (also available with hornback crocodile strap woven with carbon fiber from an ISS spacesuit), white dial in mineral structure containing Moon Dust, silver hands, seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock in the shape of a moon-landing target, 23 jewel Caliber C22RJ51 self-winding movement with 42 hour power reserve, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, water resistant to 50 meters. Nations have fought to be the first ones there; generations have been fascinated by it. Majestic intriguing with colors ever changing, many have stared at it in wonder but few have ever been close. Using authentic and certified elements – moon dust, fragments of the Apollo XI, fibers from an International Space Station spacesuit, Moon Silver – this collection celebrates the Moon itself and the achievements of all those who have conquered space. Using technical brilliance and highly innovative materials, Romain Jerome has adopted a revolutionary approach with the collection. From dial, case to strap, each part of this timepiece is inspired and influenced by space. Infused by key elements of lunar landings – the Moon Dust collection combines authentic material with RJ expertise. Steel and carbon fibers from the actual Apollo XI spacecraft are incorporated into the stunning case. Authentic Moon dust is combined with natural pigments to give the dial the nuances and hues that adorn the Moon, fibers from a spacesuit are carefully woven into the crocodile leather strap. The design of the dial echoes the journey, inspired by spacecraft solar panels and the landing target.