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T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap
T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap
T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap
T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap
T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap

T25M Stadius

41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap

SKU - T25MTBKIP41V

T25MTBKIP41V

TN/1135

$513.00

$790.00

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T25M Stadius | 41mm Meteorite - Brown Leather Strap has a rating of 4.6 stars based on 41 reviews.

Default Title Specifications

  • Back Screw down stainless steel
  • Case Diameter 41mm
  • Case Material Solid high grade (316L) stainless steel
  • Case Thickness 12.5mm
  • Color Meteorite Grey
  • Crystal Sapphire crystal with interior anti-reflective coating
  • Crystal diameter 36mm
  • Lugs Width 22mm
  • Movement Swiss Quartz Ronda 515-24H
  • Strap Brown Italian Leather
  • Strap color Brown
  • Water resistance 10ATM/100m/330ft
  • weight 2.9 oz / 0.08 kg

Touch of Space Matter

For the incredible meteorite dial of the T25, Torgoen has sourced slices of the Muonionalusta meteorite that fell in Sweden one million years ago. It's special pattern, unique to each one of the models creates an impressive effect to a classic aviation timepiece.

T25 GMT Meteorite

Loyal to Torgoen’s signature, the special Meteorite T25 ergonomically designed for ease of read. Digits and markers can be viewed clearly even in the dark. The GMT swiss movement is made by Ronda, a highly regarded Swiss movement manufacturer. It allows to set the GMT hand to a different time zone, which in the case of a professional pilot would be the Greenwich Mean Time or GMT. the T25 offers a high grade (316L) solid stainless steel case with a screw-down back, a sapphire, scratch proved crystal, a genuine italian leather strap, a double “O” ring crown that gives the T25 its water resistance protection up to 100 meters. This is a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of space matter.

The meteorite

Shortly after the formation of our solar system, about 4.5 billion years ago, an object was formed in space composed of iron and nickel alloy. Since then, the object roamed about our solar system, until approximately one million years ago when it hit the earth near the Arctic Circle in the northern part of what is now Sweden, near the border with Finland. The impact broke up this iron meteorite and the debris dispersed over an area of 15 x 20 kilometers. The first fragment was found in 1906 and since then, about 40 pieces are known to be retrieved. The meteorite was named Muonionalusta after a nearby place in the Muonio River. The unique and wonderful pattern that can be seen once a slice is cut, was formed by the crystallization process during the cooling phase of the iron-nickel alloy of this rare outer-space object.

 

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Touch of Space Matter

For the incredible meteorite dial of the T25, Torgoen has sourced slices of the Muonionalusta meteorite that fell in Sweden one million years ago. It's special pattern, unique to each one of the models creates an impressive effect to a classic aviation timepiece.

T25 GMT Meteorite

Loyal to Torgoen’s signature, the special Meteorite T25 ergonomically designed for ease of read. Digits and markers can be viewed clearly even in the dark. The GMT swiss movement is made by Ronda, a highly regarded Swiss movement manufacturer. It allows to set the GMT hand to a different time zone, which in the case of a professional pilot would be the Greenwich Mean Time or GMT. the T25 offers a high grade (316L) solid stainless steel case with a screw-down back, a sapphire, scratch proved crystal, a genuine italian leather strap, a double “O” ring crown that gives the T25 its water resistance protection up to 100 meters. This is a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of space matter.

The meteorite

Shortly after the formation of our solar system, about 4.5 billion years ago, an object was formed in space composed of iron and nickel alloy. Since then, the object roamed about our solar system, until approximately one million years ago when it hit the earth near the Arctic Circle in the northern part of what is now Sweden, near the border with Finland. The impact broke up this iron meteorite and the debris dispersed over an area of 15 x 20 kilometers. The first fragment was found in 1906 and since then, about 40 pieces are known to be retrieved. The meteorite was named Muonionalusta after a nearby place in the Muonio River. The unique and wonderful pattern that can be seen once a slice is cut, was formed by the crystallization process during the cooling phase of the iron-nickel alloy of this rare outer-space object.

 

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We offer free shipping to the US and EU for orders above $100

Orders received by noon Standard Eastern Time, will normally ship within the same business day.

We accept payments for international orders via PayPal.

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your purchase within 30 days.

Check here full Delivery and returns Policy

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