Roman Jerome has produced a new exclusive limited edition watch in the Moon Dust-DNA line. The dial of the watch is a mineral structure that uses real Moon dust. The Moon dust is guaranteed authentic by a legal document on file in Switzerland.
The watch uses a mechanical movement and a winding mechanism that allows it to run for 120 hours. The bezel of the watch is made from carbon fibers, titanium, and steel derived from fragments of the Apollo XI spacecraft.
I am not sure what the Paws of a watch is, but it is made from rusted steel melted with fragments of the Soyuz spacecraft. The strap of the watch is made from alligator leather that is partly woven with fibers from an ISS space suit. Only nine of the watches are being made. Talk about exclusive, and I am sure, the price is exclusive as well. Pricing has not been announced, but the watch looks cool.
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