|Name:||Modello Uno U1-SP NASA|
|Produced:||2019 - 2019|
|Limited:||Yes, 50 units|
To mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Unimatic is celebrating this milestone in human history with an iconic special edition. The Unimatic Modello Uno “Space Program”, an edition of 50 pieces, is our homage to the pioneers of space exploration and to the will to discover the unknown.
The made in Italy professional diving watch features a white matte dial with red NASA worm logo with markers in cream old radium tint Super-LumiNova® lume matching the pearl on the black aluminium minimal insert, black open second rail and graphic trims. The case features a stonewashed treatment on the matte white Cerakote™ coating, giving to each watch a unique pattern of wear. The case back is engraved with a Unimatic solar system design and the individual progressive number.
Modello Uno ref. U1-SP is a made in Italy diving watch. It features a white matte dial with red NASA worm logo with markers in cream old radium tint Super-LumiNova® lume matching the pearl on the black aluminium minimal insert, black open second rail and graphic trims.
Time is indicated thanks to white ladder phantom H+M, reverse lollipop S with NASA red tip. The double domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal provides the best performance in every light condition.The stonewashed Cerakote™ white case, the screwed-in 2mm thick caseback, the 8mm diameter crown together with the high quality gaskets set provide a water resistance tested individually to 30 atm=300m=1000ft.
Timing accuracy is guaranteed by the NH35A automatic movement tuned to 21600bph with 41h power reserve and hacking seconds hand. Comes on a white Unimatic nylon one piece strap and safety Orange Cordura two piece strap, with stonewashed Cerakote ™ white buckle signed Unimatic. The caseback features the Unimatic solar system and the individual progressive number.
Placeholder for watches using caliber NH35A movement without displaying the date.
Self-winding movement with date from the NH Basic Mechanical Series.
Accuracy -20 ~ +40 seconds per day (23º± 2ºC)
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