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Anicorn, a Hong Kong-based design firm, is collaborating with NASA on a limited-edition watch in celebration of the agency’s 60th anniversary, and it’s pretty damn cool-looking. The watch utilizes a (likely modified) Miyota 9015 to drive several rotating discs that indicate the time (similar to the way a Klokers slide rule-inspired watch works). The case features a striking white ceramic coating, display case back, red crown and a white textile strap embroidered with NASA’s logo, GPS coordinates of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and a metal warranty plate. It will be available exclusively on Anicorn’s website beginning today, October 18th at 12 EST, and only 60 units will be made, each of which will be marked with a unique number on the movement. Price is currently TBD.
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