Materials From Outer Space Three Meteorite Dial Watches

Unlike metals on earth, in addition to iron and nickel, the internal alloys of meteorites also have considerable gallium, germanium, and iridium, and some even have mineral components such as olivine and diamond It is called ‘sky iron’. Because the characteristics of the meteorite are no polishing and irregular texture, it is also impossible to have two dials that are exactly the same. Each is unique and very beautiful. Today, Watch House brings you three dial watches made with meteorite, allowing you to appreciate their extreme charm in more detail.
Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Apollo Soyuz ’35th Anniversary Edition’

Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Strap material: stainless steel
Case diameter: 42 mm
Watch reviews: Omega launched a super professional professional moon watch Apollo-Soyuz ’35th Anniversary Edition’ chronograph in 2010. Using a meteorite dial, the texture is delicate. The angle of the Weidman pattern is a standard 60 to 120 degrees. Through moderate oxidation treatment, the surface color is black. The silver seconds hand and chronograph dial show the natural color of the meteorite. Equipped with an Omega coaxial escapement movement limited to 1975.
Parmigiani 1950 series PFC267-3000600-HA3141 watch

Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: titanium
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Case diameter: 39 mm
Watch details: 701 self-winding mechanical movement, the thickness of the movement is only 2.6 mm, its ultra-thin size thanks to the eccentric platinum micro-automatic oscillating weight inside the movement, the movement decoration is outstanding. The ultra-thin plus meteorite dial is a watch worthy of collection in terms of appearance and craftsmanship.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Q1558421

Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Strap material: stainless steel
Case diameter: 39 mm
Watch details: millimeter stainless steel case with grey meteorite dial. It has a complete calendar complex function, adhering to the essence of the calendar complex series. The long red half-moon hands surround the edge of the dial, walking between the scales from 1 to 31 to display the date, and the windows on both sides of the 12 o’clock position display the week and month, This digital display design originally appeared on some Renaissance pocket watches. It is equipped with a 866 automatic mechanical movement with a thickness of 5.65 mm.
Summary: As the meteorite experienced rapid temperature changes when entering the atmosphere, its surface was imprinted with an irreversible crystal structure. Therefore, before use, it must first undergo a series of acid bath treatments to gradually reveal the magnificent lines caused by this natural influence. The complexity of the process is unimaginable. However, when the entire watch is completed, what is presented to people is an unspeakable feeling. A part of the celestial body turns into a dial, and it feels as if the universe is close at hand and within reach.