Whether it’s deep in the ocean or deep in space, the Voyager Automatic can withstand 100 times the pressure of Earth’s atmosphere. With this 1,000 meter depth rating, we’ve also integrated a helium escape valve into the case, preventing a pressure differential that can occur during deep dives.
The watch is powered by the self-winding Seiko NH38 automatic movement. As you wear it, the rotor winds the mainspring, creating stored mechanical energy that powers the watch. The movement is housed in a robust stainless steel case complete with a tactile 120-click rotating bezel fit for divers.
The dial features NASA’s iconic “worm” logo and a uniquely layered surface. A thick coating of Super-LumiNova is applied to the hands and dial, extending legibility in the dark. The watch dial is protected by an ultra scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
The caseback features an inlaid replica of “the Golden Record” cover which is found on the outside of the Voyager spacecraft, intended to communicate a story of our world to any intelligent life it could encounter in its journey
And we’ve custom molded a new silicone strap which retains a shape reminiscent of ribbed astronaut gloves, and in an array of two-tone colors. Made to withstand extreme conditions, the Voyager Automatic will be your constant companion as you explore your world.
Movement: SEIKO NH38 Automatic, 24 Jewels, 21,600 BPH, Shock Resistant, 41 Hour Power Reserve, Bi-directional winding, Hand-windable
Case: 44mm Wide Hand-finished 316L Stainless Steel, Tactile 120-Click Rotating Bezel with Extruded Minute Markers, Helium Escape Valve, and Filled Lume Indicators
Crystal: 4mm Thick Ultra-scratch Resistant Sapphire Glass with Anti-reflective Coating
Dial/Hands: Super-LumiNova Hands and Dial
Caseback: Solid Stainless Steel with Inlaid Golden Record Cover
Strap: 22mm Custom Two-tone Ribbed Silicone Strap with Tool-Free Quick Release Springbar System
Wrist Sizes: 6.00-8.75" (165mm/222mm)
Water Resistance: 1000 Meters / 100 ATM
Limited Edition: Individually Numbered 1 through 1977