Engineering Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital

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    Engineering Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital

    Movement: Automatic BALL caliber ETA 7754
    Functions: Chronograph, accumulated measurement up to 12 hours, Illuminated second timezone, hours, minutes, seconds and date; 54 micro gas tubes on dial, hands and pushers for night readability
    Shock Resistant: 7,500Gs
    Water Resistant: 100m
    Magnetic Resistant: 4,800A/m
    Case: 45mm diameter Titanium / Stainless Steel, 18.3mm height, Bi-directional rotating integrated with luminova bezel, Anti-reflective sapphire crystal, Patented crown protection system crown
    Bracelet: Tapered titanium and stainless steel bracelet with patented deployant buckle & extension system
    Dial: Black
    Limited Edition: 999 pcs.
    Special: Patented Ball Amortisér shock system
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    Re: Engineering Hydrocarbon Spacemaster Orbital

    Pictures from Rob at Toppers.
    Below the packaging....









    Below The Lume Shots.......

    A standard Lume Shot featuring Superluminova Bezel and Tritium Gas Tubes. In this photo the watch rests on it's side.


    Lume shot 12:00 North Pointing Up



    General Lume Shot capturing the luminous chronograph pushers.


    Close-up of bottom chronograph pusher.


    The Watch Itself. In person the dial is a little darker than this shot, but the exposure was altered so the Guilloche & Compass would be a little more visable.


    the Compass on the dial is harder to see in this picture, but this is a more accurate representation of the color of the dial. (it's slightly lighter in person than the color below, but much closer than the above photo)



    The bracelet is very similar to the Spacemaster X-Lume



    Here is a caseback photo showing the locking control mechanism. When the mechanism is turned to "off" the control is off and the rotor is free spinning.




    Below the mechanism is turned to "on" and the rotor is disabled.
















    Day View of the pushers and crown locking mechanism showing the tritium tubes.
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    It took me a long while but Finally here are the pictures (Photo Album)

    Spacemaster Orbital with some of his friends!
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