If you’ve an extra $15,000-$500,000 to spend on a watch this holiday season (and seriously, who doesn’t these days?), then perhaps you’d be interested in this very unique watch. Made from actual dust from the moon as well as steel from the Apollo 11 rocket that landed on the moon and the strap will be made up of fibers from a spacesuit worn during the ISS mission. Only 1969 watches will be made, coinciding with the year we landed on the moon (and by “we” I mean myself, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong). One small leap for man, one expensive watch for mankind.
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