Celebrate 50 years of Apollo 15 with the Lunar Landing-themed NASA watch series
All-American, with Xeric's own movements and a rich, Apollo-themed colour diversity. A great present for everyone who dreams of space.
Commemorating the Apollo
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of NASA's first lunar road trip, Xeric has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its new collection with watches featuring both automatic and Moonphase movements.
The NASA Apollo 15 50th Anniversary collection watches celebrate the achievements of this historic mission with an engraving of the Lunar Rover on the back as a stainless-steel engraved coin. Each watch has a coloured strap inspired by astronaut gloves, which feature articulated ridges and are crafted from American-made leather.
The watches are the first from Xeric to feature American movements. There are two different movements available. The AmeriChron Automatic movement is a battery-free one that is designed and approved by a certified master-watchmaker. The natural motions of moving your arms keep it charged. It has a 40-hour power reserve and has reliable timekeeping.
The AmeriQuartz Moonphase version of the Apollo 15 watch instead not only provides you with precise timekeeping, and it also tracks the current phase of the Moon through its 29.5-day cycle. Each watch is limited to 1971 pieces per colour (with plenty of colours) and they are available on Kickstarter for less money than thee future retail price.
Attention to detail
On top of being an all-American watch, the little details really make this an exciting timepiece. No part of them is done without considering an accurate design. Take for example the crown. The texture of the crown was inspired by the wheel of the Moon buggy. And on top of the crown, is engraved the mission insignia, showing the three birds, representing the three astronauts.
And if just celebrating space on your wrist is not enough, you can actually wear a piece of space on it. The automatic version of the watch comes with the option of having a slice of an actual meteorite as the dial. The watch dials and hands glow in the dark so even in the darkest of space, you can easily tell the time.