NASA X Anicorn 60th Anniversary Watch

Oct 19, 2018

Category: Style

For the past six decades, NASA has led the endless exploration of space always pushing the boundaries of discovery to boldly go where no man has gone before. Teaming up with Anicorn, NASA is celebrating the leaps and bounds they’ve made over more than half a century with a commemorative watch.

Combining NASA red, white, and blue colorways, this watch is built with everything you want and much more. The timepiece has a Miyota 9015 automatic movement, 316L stainless steel housing, ceramic coating, convex hard plexiglass with sapphire coating and anti-reflection coating, and a one size fits all white textile strap. The limited edition watch is water-resistant up to 50 meters, the edition number is marked on the watch movement, and the GPS coordinates of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida can be found on the straps. It also comes with a NASA embroidered patch and a metal warranty card. This beautiful timepiece is a celebration of our exploration of the final frontier, but with only 60 examples, you’ll need more than a little luck on your side to acquire one.

Purchase: $650

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