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Inspired by Columbus' Eclipse

On the night of February 29, the sky around the moon turned red for 103 minutes. The longest lunar eclipse of the century was about to occur.

Christopher Columbus, during his fourth and final patrol of the Central American coast, was forced to dock two of his caravels in northern Jamaica, where he encountered resistance from the indigenous people who did not want to give the crew food and drink.

Admiral Columbus communicated that the God of Christians was furious with the indigenous people and that he would, therefore, make the moon disappear.
He was able to transform a moment of difficulty into an opportunity of salvation for him and his crew, exploiting the phenomenon of the eclipse and his scientific consultations, to the detriment of a people who did not yet know the astronomical phenomenon.

A total lunar eclipse occurred that night and the indigenous people were so shaken by the astronomical event that, from that moment, they supplied the crew for the duration of their stay on the island.

We chose the traveler-inspired GMT variant

The GMT watch consists of an additional hand, with an arrow-shaped terminal and a ring with the 24 hours engraved on it.

The hand makes a complete revolution every 24 hours and allows you to hold trace of a time zone other than local time.

The 24 hours are engraved on the K1 crystal insert to display the time zone reading to be set via the crown or by rotating the 120-click ring.

The watch case

120 clicks Unidirectional Rotating Bezel

Dials and hands 1504

Solid clasp bracelet

The iconic caseback

Mechanical caliber and GMT

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