NASA White Moon

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  • Prix régulier CHF 1,430.00

NASA White Moon

Lightness & Power


Space: how can we resist the call of the universe, its mysteries and deep space ? With this line of iconic creations, Schneider&Co wishes to identify with the conquest of the moon by a no less iconic American space agency: NASA. The watch is distinguished by the reproduction on its dial of the mythical blue logo adorned with stars. It magnifies the spirit of enterprise, courage and determination, like the intrepid TINTIN who, in his own way, will carry out his mission to our planet. An exceptional timepiece, manufactured at Schneider&Co, it is timeless with its sober, fun graphics. Equipped with a solid movement with bridges profiled by our engineers, this robust mechanism drives the hands with precision. It is also non-corrosive and totally anti-allergic.

Limited edition of 199


  • Watch manufactured in Switzerland, in anodised aluminium, extra light.

  • Weight with strap 42g

  • The aluminum case, back, crown, dial, buckle and barb, as well as all the main components of the movement, are made in our workshops.

  • Schneider&Co Movement Mvt. SCo 38-11 satin-brushed, ETA 6497 compatible, manual winding.

  • 46-hour power reserve, three-hand display – seconds at 9 o'clock

  • Alternation 21,600, 17 jewels

  • Casing entirely in aluminium, case ø 44mm – thickness 10.50mm - between-horn 22mm. Satin-brushed case and polished bezel, polished crown.

  • Water resistant to 30m / 3 ATM (tested 50m)

  • Sapphire crystal – transparent back.

  • Crocodile printed leather strap in color matching the dial, dropped 20-22mm with a 20mm aluminum buckle and its manufactured barb.

  • Aluminum dial, cut, laser engraved and color printed

  • Schneider&Co not only manufactures the components, but also assembles each of its SCo 38 movements according to the strictest watchmaking rules by a master watchmaker in its factory in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

  • Each Schneider&Co watch is cased in its factory in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

  • The warranty card bears the name and signature of the watchmaker who carried out the movement assembly and casing-up stages.