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Last year, NASA made a huge discovery: Trappist-1, a solar system older than ours with seven Earth-sized planets. This year, one of Kickstarter’s most successful watch brands created the Xeric Trappist-1 Moonphase Watch, a watch inspired by the depths of space.
This moonphase watch is absolutely exquisite, with starfields dancing in the background and planets that tell you the time. It’s almost as incredible as the Trappist-1 discovery itself. Almost.
Each detail represents a piece of what a hypothetical trip to these new planets would look like. The grille is a first glimpse of what the solar system might look like through the observatory deck of a spaceship and the glass-like dome is made of Hesalite, a crystal material developed for NASA itself. Oh, and the Super-LumiNova planets orbit around the axis to tell you the time.
You may never get to travel to Trappist-1, but you can pretend. Get the Xeric Trappist-1 Moonphase Watch for $244.99 — reduced from the original price of $350.
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