Efemeris - Celestial Domination

Space watches allowing to look back from space in real time.

A project in Zurich, Switzerland by WERENBACH

Status: Active

Swiss watches not only containing real Soyuz rocket material at their heart but also connecting to the ISS live stream.
Backers: 786
Average Daily Pledges: $28,831
Average Pledge Per Backer: $257

Funding: $201,816 of $40,000
Dates: Jun 12th -> Jul 18th (37 days)
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Latest News

These watches are made from recycled Russian Soyuz rockets

June 14th - via: syfy.com
The new Mach 33 watches have boldly gone where no timepiece has gone before and leveled up Werenbach’s previous Earth collection and Leonov series with an embedded chip that links to the ISS livestream from space. Meaning, touch it to your phone and you will get the exact same view ISS astronauts have at that very moment. (Read More)

New wristwatches with flown rocket metal link to live view from space

June 12th - via: collectspace.com
A watchmaker that created timepieces from rocket-flown metal is now looking to connect outer space to your wrist. Werenbach's new Mach 33 watches include a metal plate from a Russian Soyuz rocket and links you to the space station's live view of Earth with a tap. (Read More)

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