You might have noticed luxury diamonds studded wrist-watches that might be worth clicking, but what if you get a watch made from moon dust. Swiss watchmaker Romain Jerome claims to have made watches from moon dust, parts of the Apollo 11 rocket and bits of spacesuits.
The watch maker claimed that the dials are made from moon rock that was taken from the first visit to the Earth’s satellite. Its case is made from the Apollo 11 space shuttle’s steel and the strap is made up of fibers from a spacesuit of ISS mission. The group is giving tribute to Neil Armstrong’s and Buzz Aldrin by making 1969 ‘Moon Dust-DNA’ watches as the first journey to the moon was completed in the same year.