The first series designed for the XCOR Aerospace Space Project, these watches in Stainless Steel are suitable for adventurers on Earth and in space. Designed with input from test pilots and astronauts, the Space watches are lightweight, durable and feature the Luminox Light Technology self-powered illumination system. Pilots travel a lot and the GMT function enables them to easily reference local or destination time zones. These watches will be worn by both the XCOR astronauts and passengers. Seeing Earth from space has been described as a life-changing experience. In space there will be total silence and complete darkness, except for the 24/7 glow of Luminox timepieces.
|Function||2nd timezone (24 hr)|
|Size of case diameter||45.50 mm|
|Case material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Bezel||Bi-directional rotating|
|Case Back||Screw in|
|Water resistance (m/ft/atm)||200 / 660 / 20|
|Crystal/Glass material||Sapphire crystal anti-reflective coating|
|Case Height||14 00 mm|
|LLT on Dial 12H||Ice Blue|
|LLT on Dial 1-11H||White|
|LLT on Hour hand||White|
|LLT on Minute hand||White|
|LLT on Second hand||Ice Blue|
|Illumination||Night Vision Tubes (25 years)|
Designed for XCOR Aerospace with input from test pilots and future astronauts, the Luminox Space Series timepieces are suitable for adventurers in space, and on Earth.
When XCOR wanted to create a line of signature watches made for space they partnered with Luminox. Trusted and requested by elite forces around the globe, Luminox has earned a reputation for toughness, durability and visibility in all light conditions, making it the perfect space timepiece.
XCOR Aerospace is based in Mojave, California. It is currently creating a Research and Development Center in Midland, Texas, and will be establishing an operational and manufacturing site at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida with the assistance of Space Florida. XCOR® builds safer, more reliable and reusable rocket-powered vehicles, propulsion systems, advanced non-flammable composites and rocket piston pumps. XCOR works with aerospace prime contractors and government customers on major propulsion systems, while also building the XCOR® Lynx®. The Lynx family of vehicles serves three primary missions: research and scientific missions and private spaceflight in the Lynx Mark I and Lynx Mark II, and micro satellite launch on the Lynx Mark III. Lynx production models are available to customers in the free world on a wet-lease basis for their own manned space flight programs. Find out more about XCOR and flights to space http://xcormissions.com