There are three sub-dials: 24-hour at 6
o'clock, weekday at 9 o'clock, and month at 3 o'clock. Both weekday and month
sub-dials are made of natural meteorite that was found in Sweden [67" 48'N, 23" 6'E]. Fiyta obtained it from experienced meteorite
hunters. After having been sliced, acid etched, and fine-polished multiple
times, a natural meteorite's "Widmanstätten pattern" is shown.
The melted stars formed a special
structure after cooling in the vacuum of the universe. Over millions of years
of traveling time, across space, accompanied by the brilliant light from the
milky way, meteorites are coming to the Earth, of which most sank into the sea,
mountains, and jungles without a trace. Meteorites are revealing secrets tens
of thousands of light years away from the Earth. A wristwatch with natural
meteorite material brings a mysterious feeling.
Beating underneath the solid steel case is
Citizen automatic movement, 28800 VPH, and 26 jewels. The hand of the month
sub-dial at 3 o'clock moves forward by itself after the 31st day of each month
instead of adjusting manually as required by less-sophisticated movement.
Following the characteristic details of a spacesuit, the unidirectional bezel is marked with
7+1 hours. Because current
technology’s maximum time allowed for astronauts to stay outside the spacecraft is
7-8 hours, the 7th to 8th hour is divided into 4 intervals by three tiny bars,
each interval representing 15 minutes that is reminding astronauts to return to
the spacecraft as soon as possible.
The upper right button is used to quickly
set the month. Its screw-on mechanism locks up this button and prevents
accidental pushing. To quickly set the month, the mechanism must be unscrewed
to unlock this button.
The solid stainless steel case back is
engraved with 3-D spacewalk relief that pays tribute to human exploration into
space. The adjustable structure on the buckle can extend or contact the strap
length by 5mm so that the steel bracelet's length is adjusted perfectly.
A half-hemisphere porthole window
showcases this watch if stored within the box. Surrounding this porthole window
is a metal band that reiterates the 7+1 hours design, creating a