Swiss Watchmaker Conquers the Final Frontier
Contains the authentic remains of an ancient galactic catastrophe
The Muonionalusta Meteorite is the oldest meteorite known to man. First discovered in 1906, the mysterious object from outer space features a stunning crystal structure with a criss-crossed pattern that doesn’t exist on Earth. Scientists were shocked to find a host of otherworldly minerals with mysterious names like daubréelite, schreibersite, akaganéite and troilite. Fused and transformed by the intense heat and cosmic rays of interstellar travel, the exotic material in this watch can never be mined or manufactured. The last few pieces that sit buried in the frozen Scandinavian ground is all that remains on our planet. This watch combines the rarity of meteorite with the excellence of Swiss watchmaking. Cutting a perfect circle through meteorite is no easy feat. Perfecting such technique took a long time and the results are outstanding. Featuring sapphire crystal, 21 jewels and a Swiss automatic movement, with this watch you can claim your very own piece of the final frontier.
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