Halley’s Comet, the brightest comet visible from Earth with the naked eye for a very short period of time every 75 years, which means it can be observed up to two times
in a lifetime. Halley’s Comet became the first comet to be observed in detail by spacecraft.
The comet’s orbit was computed by Edmond Halley – an English astronomer, mathematician, geophysicist and meteorologist in 1705.
- Grand Chrono Miyota 6S10 movement: central hour and minute hands with second hand at lower sub-dial. Central chrono hand with 1/20 sec and minutes indication at sub-dials.
- Blue PVD watch case and crown; black PVD bezel and lower button ; yellow upper button.
- Multicolor glowing of luminous indexes and hands.
- Leather strap with “astronaut style” stitching.
- The dial from natural Aventurine or Blue Sandstone. The Aventurine is a form of quartz, characterized by presence of different mineral inclusions – first of all chrome-bearing fuchsite that gives the stone a blue sheen. The name Aventurine comes from Italian “a ventura” (“by chance”). This stone has been used as a lucky talisman and is a popular stone for risk takers.
- Limit of production – 1000 pcs.
Attention: The natural variation of the stone ensures that each dial will appear in its own unique beauty
Size: Ø 47mm x 15,4mm
Movement: Miyota 6S10 Quartz