Baselworld 2014 Romain Jerome Moon Orbiter Speed M
Three-dimensional architecture turns into a watch
With its three-dimensional architecture, Romain Jerome has created a truly unique watch. Its case is made of steel from the Apollo XI wreck
Real or sci-fi? Without any doubt, we're looking at a watch that is out of this World.
Its technology being light years ahead traditional watches, the Moon Orbiter by Romain Jerome is literally a piece from outer space that you can have on your wrist!
With its 3-D architecture, Romain Jerome has created a truly unique watch.
The case is made of steel that was recovered from the Apollo XI wreck. Meanwhile, sapphire crystals give this watch a clearly futuristic look. The dial is made with Moon dust. And what's more, the Moon Orbiter watch is amazingly comfortable!
spacecraft and watchmaking steel. True to its cosmic origins, the blackened watch case combines steel from the Apollo XI spacecraft and watchmaking steel.
The mechanics of the Moon Orbiter are just perfect. It incorporates a mechanical self-winding movement, Caliber RJ3000-A, which shows the hour on the right, the tourbillon on the left and the power reserve cursor in a separate lower dial.
Only 25 units of this watch marvel have been manufactured.
Pictures from Romain Jerome