Lunar 1969
Lunar 1969 Signature

And your wrist becomes weightless

A series of symbols, including a genuine fragment of moon rock, for a watch filled with an immense dream.


Just over 50 years ago, humankind accomplished an extraordinary feat by setting foot on a celestial object other than the Earth.

On July 20, 1969 at 21:56 (UTC-5), 38-year-old Neil Armstrong made his mark on lunar soil with the legendary phrase "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

The Lunar commemorative watch is a truly high-end timepiece, elegantly combining powerful symbols, including an authentic lunar rock fragment, delicately set on its dial.

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  • Includes certificate authenticating the lunar meteorite fragment.
  • Includes luxury packaging and insurance coverage.
  • Worldwide delivery.
  • Return accepted up to 14 days after delivery (full refund).
  • Delivery within 10 working days

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Launch of the watch into near space
Your timepiece will have the serial number : 017/100
Any questions? +32 460 22 67 87

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This collection is produced in limited quantities for the automatic version, with only 200 numbered pieces available.

Choice of version

The Lunar watch is available in automatic and quartz versions, in silver, carbon and black finishes, and with a diverse selection of bracelets.

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Includes a certificate of authenticity for the lunar meteorite fragment, luxury packaging and insurance coverage.


A design that draws its inspiration from the first lunar exploration, capturing the boldness, innovation and pioneering spirit that marked this historic milestone in space exploration.

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To make this watch even rarer, the watchmaker offers the unique opportunity to have each watch of the "LUNAR 1969" collection sent to the edge of space, where it will come into direct contact with an environment of -60° C and with a pressure close to 0.

The watch will then be recovered by a company that specializes in the field, and delivered to the acquirer's doorstep in mint condition, together with a certificate authenticating the altitude of the flight.


Standard flight includes an ascent in the stratosphere at an altitude of more than 30km in extreme conditions with temperatures down to -60 ° C and a pressure approaching absolute vacuum.

A certificate signed by the director of the company sent into space, responsible for the flight, will be provided for each watch that was on board the cargo.


This premium option allows a standard flight with an onboard camera filming the ascent from the ground up to an altitude of over 30km.

A video montage of 2-3 minutes will be delivered within 4 weeks after this climb. The source file of more than 2 hours of flight can be returned to you on request. You will find a video montage of the first ascent below.


A certificate proving the authenticity of the fragment lunar meteorite will be delivered with the watch as well as the possibility to take knowledge of the various components of the lunar rock through an official website "The meteorological society".

In the event of a stratospheric flight, Col&MacArthur will provide a document certifying the takeoff and the height of the flight. This certificate will be sent with the box.

Last but not least, the mention "SENT INTO NEAR SPACE" followed by the date of the flight will be engraved on the backcover of the watch.

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Guarantee 2 years
Origin Swiss
Type Mechanical
Line Sellita
Caliber SW200-1
Size 11 1/2 '''
Frequency 4Hz
Number of Jewels 26
Power Reserve 38 hours
Diameter 45mm
Thickness 12 mm
Materials Forged carbon
Glass Sapphire
Lug-width 20mm
Seal 10 atmosphère (100 meters)
Case back
Materials Forged carbon
Closure mechanism Screwed
Materials Carbon fiber
Color Black
Buckle Butterfly
Bracelet length 170mm - 220mm


Since its creation in July 1958, NASA has been very successful. The first great success was the Apollo program launched in 1961 and completed in 1975.

Apollo 7 was the first American manned mission sending a team of 3 men into space. The climax of the program was of course the Apollo 11 mission with Man’s first step on the moon by Neil A. Armstrong.

In addition to the desire to demonstrate the superiority of the United States over the Soviet Union, the Apollo programme aimed to send a man to the moon, objectives set by former President John F. Kennedy in 1961.

Michael Collins, Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., better known as Buzz Aldrin and Neil A. Armstrong took off on July 16, 1969 from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to land on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Thus, marking the history of Humanity.


1h30 after the landing, Neil Armstrong leaves the lunar module and writes a piece of history by taking his first step on the surface of the Moon, July 20, 1969 at 21:56 (UTC).

He accompanies these first steps of a man on the Moon with the famous phrase “A small step for man, a giant leap for humanity”.

Given the absence of atmosphere on the Moon, the trace of Armstrong’s first step, represented on the back of the watch should remain visible for several millennia.


The date of landing, 20 July 1969, is written on the case at 21:56, time of the first step on the Moon. The now famous plain of Basalt where the lunar module Apollo XI has landed called «Mare Tranquillitatis» is for its part mentioned at noon.

The Apollo 11 crew only stayed on the surface of the Moon for 21 hours and 36 minutes before returning to Earth to land uneventfully in the Pacific Ocean.


The geographical coordinates of the various Apollo rockets are filled in with the corresponding mission numbers on the edge of the dial. The bright dot on the watch dial indicates the location of the first step.


Originally from Ohio, Neil A. Armstrong (pictured left) was a test pilot, United States Navy airman, teacher and astronaut.

It is by distinguishing himself by his coolness during his US Navy missions as well as during the rescue of the Gemini 8 mission that Armstrong gained his seat within Apollo XI.

Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. aka Buzz Aldrin (right), being the pilot of the lunar module of Apollo XI, is the one who brought and accompanied Neil Armstrong to the surface of the Moon.

Meanwhile, Michael Collins (in the middle), remained within the command and service module in the orbit of the Moon.

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Gobeaux Frederick le 01/09/2022
star star star star star 5 /5

Quality built, a unique design, secure & fast delivery - highly recommended. 

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Becq Pascal le 01/09/2022
star star star star star 5 /5

Belle montre. Colis bien emballé et le bonheur lors de l'ouverture de la boite. Du plus bel effet au poignet !

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