The Open Space Day-Date Automatic
The Open Space Day-Date Automatic line is a new interpretation of the classical watch. The collection is distinguished by a modern design with complex lines and shapes, a functional dial showing the time, the date and day of the week, and a reliable mechanical Seiko NH36 calibre with automatic winding.
The dial is perfectly legible in any light setting thanks to the luminous markers and hands. The durable steel case reliably protects the watch movement from damage, and a convex mineral crystal protects the dial. The rear side looks unusual as it features an image of an astronaut on a spacewalk.
Open Space Heritage
Watches from the Open Space Heritage collection are an ideal solution for all those who don’t want to choose between style and convenience. They are equipped with the legendary Soviet Vostok 2431 movement. The large face has a 24-hour dial and a window displaying the date. The back cover is decorated with an engraved image of an astronaut on a spacewalk. The dial is covered with a durable mineral crystal, which is highly resistant to scratches and abrasions. The indices and hands are luminous.
The Open Space Quartz
The Open Space Quartz line is inspired by the legendary model of the extra-flat watches of the First Watch Factory “Vympel”, created in 1963. The watch is powered by a Japanese-made Seiko VJ21 quartz movement. Laconic watch with a dial in a steel case. Slotted indexes in the form of strokes pointed on both sides are ideally combined with thin, elegant hands. The dial is protected by a domed mineral glass.
Open Space Chronograph Automatic
History is written by those who can overcome fear and reach beyond the boundaries of what’s possible for the sake of great discoveries. It is for such people that we have created our limited edition Open Space Chronograph Automatic watch collection. The prototype for the entire product line is cosmonaut Alexei Leonov’s watch he was wearing during his spacewalk, the first such endeavor in the history of humanity.
The watch functions as a chronometer. The dial, protected by a sapphire anti-reflection crystal, has standard luminous indices to tell the time as well as a calendar disc, a stopwatch, a tachymeter and a telemeter. The rear part of the steel case is transparent. Under it, you can see the Japanese mechanical Seiko NE88 calibre with a 42-hour power reserve.