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The past few years have been a fascinating time for exotic materials in watchmaking. While there is an explosion of new experimental case and dial materials at the top of the industry, at the same time many materials previously reserved for five-figure watches and above – like carbon, ceramic, and in some cases even Sapphire – also replaced. Quickly becoming a staple for more mass market brands. However, there is one material that has largely maintained a sense of mystery amid this trend: meteorites. Meteorite dials are still rare in the current watch market, and this unique and dynamic alien surface still has its due appeal among enthusiasts. After all, what could be more bizarre than outer space?


Bulova’s latest version aims to change that, making meteorites with true aerospace pedigree more accessible to the average hobbyist. The new Bulova Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition adds the Muonionalusta meteorite (found in northern Sweden and believed to be the oldest meteorite ever found, dating back 4.56 billion years) to its line of rugged technical quartz chronographs to create a An eye-catching combination of ultimate functionality, eye-catching tool watch styling and exotic glamor, all in an impressively affordable package. replica swiss watches


The Bulova Lunar Pilot Meteorite watch is housed in a 43.5 mm wide matte sandblasted grade 5 titanium case. From a design perspective, the case is identical to the standard production Lunar Pilot watch, but the darker, more festive matte titanium gives the case a completely different character on the wrist. It's a round, basically simple main cabinet with slab-like cabinet sides and short contoured lugs that flow directly from the main cabinet without any hard edges or chamfers. Made of brighter metal, this case tends to look too simplistic and oversized on the wrist, with its overall stance. Switching to titanium can go a long way to reducing this impression during wear, both through the simple slimming effect of the darker color and by reducing the overall weight of the case. Having said that, it's still a big watch to wear on the wrist - the Lunar Pilot's design is often compared to the Speedmaster, but even with its 1970s-accurate 43.5mm exterior, this watch has a presence Also much better than the classic 42mm Speedy. Another distinctive feature of the Lunar Pilot case is its long fin-hinged chronograph pusher design.


These elements have a fully polished finish that contrasts nicely with the matte case, adding a more unique element to the case profile, but may take some getting used to in practice. These pushers swing down into the housing before gently activating the click, and it takes quite a while to overcome muscle memory and press the outer ends of the pusher instead of its center. The polished finish of the pushers continues with the narrow vertical bezel, which beautifully breaks up the predominantly matte form and adds some much-needed sparkle to the wrist. replica luxury watch


As with previous limited editions, Bulova designed the Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition with an ornate engraved caseback to commemorate the original Lunar Pilot’s use on the lunar surface during the 1971 Apollo 15 mission. This watch is clear, deep and rich in detail. Astronauts' performances on the lunar surface add a wealth of character to the Moon Pilot collection, but the watch's 50-meter water resistance rating remains a considerable weak point.


Of course, the Bulova Meteorite Limited Edition Moon Pilot Dial is its real centerpiece. Given that each model’s dial is made from a separate fragment of the Muonionalusta meteorite, the chaotic pattern of Weidmann structures (metal crystal structures formed over millions of years of cooling in space) across the iron and nickel dial surface is unique to each model. The high quality replica watches are unique to watch during the production run. The evocative power of this raw metal main dial surface is undeniable, with its different metallic grains and textures creating a dynamic series of reflections on the wrist while acting as a window into the billion-year history of the solar system. Putting aside the visual drama and exoticism of the material, the exposed metal surface gives the overall design a sleek, low-contrast gray look that helps differentiate it from its peers.


Bulova's dial follows the dial's astronomical origins with its raised tachymeter outer ring, with a grainy, almost moon-cratered medium gray surface beneath the raised and polished indexes. The rest of the dial design should look familiar to fans of the brand—the recessed sky blue minute track, applied rectangular indexes, and the simple, easy-to-read straight white handset are all staples of the Lunar Pilot—but the new dial The background makes these familiar elements shine in a new light. In particular, the Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition draws attention to the three black sky blue subdials on the wrist. As the only pure black elements in the design, these elements are eye-catching from any angle, and the clear white printed scales make even the 1/20-second chronograph readout legible. Of course, there’s another reason why the seconds subdial at 6 o’clock stands out: Since it beats once per second, this element visually exposes the quartz movement inside, which some enthusiasts may frown upon.


In other words, the power unit inside the Bulova Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition is not an ordinary quartz movement. Bulova equips this luxury replica Watches with its in-house NP20 high-precision quartz chronograph movement, which runs at a frequency of 262.144 kHz, eight times higher than the standard quartz oscillation frequency. In addition to being theoretically more accurate than traditional quartz movements (Bulova does not provide accuracy data for the NP20), this high frequency also allows the movement to use a mechanically smoother seconds hand in its central chronograph seconds display scanning. Add the 1/20 second chronograph function and the NP20 becomes a powerful quartz chronograph option. To complete the watch, Bulova has equipped the Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition with a black NATO leather strap. While this strap arrangement adds thickness to the already sturdy case, it's a comfortable and casual strap option that fits well with the overall look of the watch.


While many exotic watchmaking materials have become democratized in recent years, meteorites have largely remained the preserve of the upper echelons of the horological world—until now. The new Bulova Moon Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition offers a truly eye-catching meteorite dial at a more affordable price than most replica watches for sale, paired with a rugged sport chronograph design and rugged finish. Even though the Lunar Pilot Meteorite Limited Edition costs approximately 66% more than the MSRP of a standard Lunar Pilot, it still offers impressive approachability and genuine charm.

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