NASA x ANICORN - "Mars Mission" The Mars CuffNasa Mars bracelet silver blue
*Item will be shipped in September 2020
*SPECIAL SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS
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2. Due to Covid-19, air shipment arrangements with HK post to certain countries may be cancelled. For that we have provided an option with Fedex but with an extra fee
3. Alternatively, there is an option with Sea Shipment, the duration will be approximately two months
Anicorn Watches has teamed up with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) again to create a dual-branded watch – ANICORN x NASA – The Mars Time Limited Edition, the hero item in MARS MISSION Collection. Our last collaboration with NASA had created a 1-min sold out record.
The Mars Cuff
Futuristic elegance. A slip-on gold/silver or blue/silver duo-colored stainless steel bracelet with the landing coordinates and NASA logo embossed. A collaboration with Shannnam.
Open size: 32 mm / 1.3 inch
Bracelet size: 64 mm / 2.5 inch diameter (Adjustable 5 mm - 10 mm / 0.2 inch - 0.4 inch)
Thickness: 3 mm / 0.1 inch
Height: 14 mm / 0.6 inch
Weigh: 49 gsm
Blue + Silver: Brushed Stainless Steel with Blue Plating
Gold + Silver: Brushed Stainless Steel with Gold Plating
NASA MARS 2020 MISSION
The NASA MARS 2020 MISSION targeted to explore Mars for all humanity on earth, the Perseverance Rover will be touching down in Jezero crater on Mars, with its missions to investigate signs of life, characterizing climate, collect geology data and cache samples on the red planet. The mission has a planned launch on 22 July 2020, and the leg is half of the round trip to Mars.
To address the historical moments and endorse the coming Perseverance Rover Mars Mission, ANICORN Watches teamed up with NASA and created the limited MARS MISSION Collection. The Collection is a tribute to the effort made for Mars Explorations and to acknowledge the significance of EARTH–MARS relationships.