A Premium Watch That Challenges The Limits Of The Universe

The watches that challenge the unknown environment and the spaceships and submarines that carry the brave to the sea can be described as having the same purpose. Although the two are vastly different, they also reflect people’s determination to continuously break through technological bottlenecks and impact the limits of technology and nature. Regardless of space or ocean, these watches enter one unknown world after another, constantly setting new records. Watches enter into an unknown world one after another. Omega is undoubtedly a pioneer in space. Omega Speedmaster watches have witnessed six human moon landings and half a century of space exploration. Apollo 11 astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins all wore speedometers to the moon, and after landing on the moon, they went to the lunar module. The internal electronic timer malfunctioned, so Neil Armstrong left his Speedmaster in the cabin so that reliable timing support could be provided at any time. Therefore, the super watch worn by Aldrin became the first watch to land on the moon. But as early as October 1962, astronaut Wally Schirra entered the space while wearing the Omega Speedmaster while on the Mercury-Hercules 8 mission. In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the first Omega Speedmaster entering space, at this edition of the Basel Watch Show, Omega launched the Speedmaster series ‘First Omega into Space’ numbered chronograph. The Omega Speedmaster ‘First Omega in Space’ chronograph uses a polished and frosted 39.70 mm stainless steel case with a speed ring on the black aluminum bezel. The Omega coaxial movement has landed in all four series Today, this watch still uses the famous 1861 manual-winding movement, which is also famous for powering the legendary Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch. The watch features a black lacquered dial with a 30-minute and 12-hour counter at 3 and 6 o’clock, respectively, and a small seconds counter at 9 o’clock. The dial features white hour markers and graduations, and the hour and minute hands are coated with a luminous coating. The screw-down stainless steel case back is embossed with Omega’s unique seahorse emblem, as well as the ‘THE FIRST OMEGAIN SPACE’ (the first Omega to enter space), ‘OCTOBER 3, 1962’ Date). The Omega Speedmaster series ‘the first Omega in space’ chronograph number is on sale. The unique number of each watch is also engraved on the case back. Due to its extraordinary legendary color, the Omega Speedmaster watch has almost no need to make any major improvements in the fifty years since its release, and has always maintained its original appearance.豪 In recent years, TAG Heuer has made extraordinary achievements in the field of timekeeping. Whether it is the unprecedented 1/1000 second chronograph or the more eye-catching 1/2000 second chronograph, it has become the focus of attention in the industry. But behind the chronograph’s brilliance, TAG Heuer also has a more legendary experience. TAG Heuer, which shines in the field of chronograph, has also traveled to space with astronauts. In the first four months of the Apollo moon landing, US astronaut John Glenn flew the Mercury-Space God 6 (‘Friendship 7’) spacecraft into the first manned orbit Flying, and he was wearing a TAG Heuer watch on his wrist. According to historical data, this watch is specially modified by TAG Heuer for a trip to space based on a chronograph stopwatch. It has 12 hours of power and one-fifth of a second accuracy. It is equipped with an elastic strap for stability. The ground was fixed on Glenn’s space suit. During the three-week orbital flight of the Earth, the Mercury-Space God 6 spacecraft reached a maximum altitude of 162 miles and an orbital speed of approximately 17,500 miles per hour. The entire mission lasts about 5 hours and requires the TAG Heuer’s 12-hour timer function. At present, this timepiece of historical significance is treasured by the Smithsonian Institution.
This year, at the 50th anniversary of TAG Heuer’s entry into space, TAG Heuer launched the Space X watch to commemorate this feat. The Tag Heuer Space X watch uses a 43 mm stainless steel case with the SpaceX ‘rocket’ embossed on the smoky gray sapphire crystal case. The silver dial with 3 auxiliary chronograph dials, the 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock and 12-hour time The dial is at 6 o’clock, the small seconds dial is at 9 o’clock, and the calendar display window is at 6 o’clock on the 12-hour counter. Blue polished hour and minute hands with fluorescent markings. The TAG Heuer Space X watch uses the TAG Heuer Calibre 1887 self-winding movement, which is water-resistant to 100 meters.
Breitling has a long-standing relationship with the aviation industry. From the aircraft pilot’s dedicated air timer to the first flight watch equipped with a ring slide, Breitling’s great contribution in the field of aviation timekeeping has left it in the history of aviation. A thick stroke. But Breitling in the sky doesn’t stop in the atmosphere. Breitling releases its higher dreams into the infinite universe, where it is the world of freedom.
太空 In the early 1960s, the space race gradually reached its climax. The United States and the Soviet Union fought fiercely for control of space. The former Soviet Union came first, and the United States was not far behind. In 1962, the Breitling Navitimer watch with improved features accompanied US astronaut Major Scott Carpenter to fly the Aurora 7 space capsule three times around the earth. This watch is equipped with a unique The 24-hour scale allows astronauts to recognize day and night, even in the complex and ever-changing space environment. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first flight of Breitling chronograph watches into space, Breitling has launched the Navitimer Cosmonaute with calibre 02.手表 This watch inherits two major features of the watch worn by US astronaut Major Carpenter during his space trip in 1962-24-hour display and manual winding. This limited edition of 1962 watches is both elegant and tough. The black dial is paired with a small silver dial. The dial pattern is crafted with a fine ‘par pargne’ enamel process on a sterling silver chassis, showing good brightness and legibility. . The bottom of the table is engraved with the ‘Aurora 7’ mission medal and the Celsius / Fahrenheit scale. The Breitling 02 movement used in this watch is developed on the basis of the Breitling 01 movement. It has a cylindrical wheel timing device, which is accurate and reliable, and has passed the certification of the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC). As a partner of China’s space industry, Feiyida Watch not only actively participates in various space activities, but also travels with Chinese astronauts on many occasions. There were 3 astronauts in the Shenzhou 9 spacecraft. They conducted a manned rendezvous with the Tiangong-1 target aircraft operating in orbit, and then entered and worked for Tiangong-1 for about 10 days. The first Chinese female astronaut’s The emergence of this space flight has greatly enhanced this space flight mission. In response to this mission, Fiyta specially developed the world’s first hand-painted silk enamel aerospace female watch suitable for space environments. This Fiyta aerospace female watch accompanies China’s first female astronaut on a space exploration journey.