Continuing its exploration of the solar system, Romain Jerome offers a new perspective of its Moon-DNA model by presenting four new “1969” timepieces. Introducing a vintage design and a lighter 43mm case, the new timepieces feature geometrical clean lines combined with colorful, animated dials. On the first version, the dial is crafted from a meteorite material known as chondrite and is reportedly more rare than platinum or gold. Additionally, the brand has used silicon on the dials of the other models. Presented in blue, grey and brown, the naturally translucent element is colored using a special physical vapor deposition (PVD) process giving the colors a textured finish. Similar to the meteorite model, the blue and grey silicon dials are fitted in a satin-finished steel case whereas the infinity of space is featured with a brown dial integrated into a black PVD-coated steel case and bezel. The new timepieces are now available at select Romain Jerome retailers.
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