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In honor of the 55th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969, Nubeo proudly presents a limited-edition series commemorating the 6 successful Apollo missions. With only 600 uniquely numbered watches in the collection, each timepiece encapsulates the spirit of these landmark achievements.
Space Black
Space Black
Space Black
Space Black
Space Black
Space Black
Space Black
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
Space Grey
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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Space Blue
Space Blue
Space Blue
Space Blue
Space Blue
Space Blue
Space Blue
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
Medallion Gold
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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Mars Red
Mars Red
Mars Red
Mars Red
Mars Red
Mars Red
Mars Red
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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Rover Red
Rover Red
Rover Red
Rover Red
Rover Red
Rover Red
Rover Red
APOLLO 55TH AUTOMATIC LIMITED EDITION
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CELESTIAL DESIGN, UNMATCHED CRAFTSMANSHIP

Every watch in the series pays homage to the specific Apollo mission it represents, incorporating mission insignias, fonts, and patch artwork. Robustly engineered and built with precision, each timepiece features a moon-like textured dial, luminous hands, and a seconds subdial reflecting the official mission patches.
Apollo 11 (July, 1969)

The historic NASA mission that successfully landed the first humans on the Moon. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first and second humans to walk on the lunar surface.

Apollo 12 (November, 1969)

The second crewed mission to land on the Moon. The mission featured precise landing capabilities, touching down within walking distance of the Surveyor 3 probe.

Apollo 14 (January, 1971)

Apollo 14 successfully landed in the Fra Mauro highlands. Astronauts Alan B. Shepard famously hit two golf balls on the Moon, demonstrating the lower gravity's effect on ball trajectory.

Apollo 15 (July, 1971)

Apollo 15 marked the first use of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), significantly extending the range of exploration. Astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin collected extensive samples, including the famous "Genesis Rock", and deployed a suite of scientific instruments.

Apollo 16 (April, 1972)

Apollo 16 astronauts John W. Young and Charles M. Duke explored the Descartes Highlands, a region previously believed to be volcanic. They conducted three moonwalks with the Lunar Roving Vehicle. The mission provided significant insights into the Moon's geological history.

Apollo 17 (December, 1972)

Apollo 17 was the final crewed Moon landing mission. Astronauts Eugene Cernan's words, "We leave as we came, and, God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind," marked the end of humanity's first era of lunar exploration.

Apollo 11 (July, 1969)
Apollo 12 (November, 1969)
Apollo 14 (January, 1971)
Apollo 15 (July, 1971)
Apollo 16 (April, 1972)
Apollo 17 (December, 1972)

PRECISION IN MOTION

Powered by the reliable Japanese Miyota 8 series automatic movement, these watches are built to perform. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and 200m water resistance ensure durability and longevity.

Power Reserve : 40 Hours
Jewels : 21
BPH : 21,600
Feature : Small Second Sub-Dial

COMPLETE LUNAR EXPERIENCE

The limited-edition timepieces come with a unidirectional turning bezel with aluminum plate, a round case shape, and solid stainless steel.

Each watch is also accompanied by a moon lander-style watch stand, providing a complete lunar experience for display and protection.

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