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Exploring the Cosmos: Introducing the SpaceOne Tellurium Watch

Inspired by the intricate workings of a tellurium, this wrist-sized marvel offers a glimpse into the cosmic dance of planets....

Last year, the visionary minds behind SpaceOne introduced the bold and futuristic SpaceOne Jumping Hour, capturing the hearts of watch enthusiasts worldwide. Now, Théo Auffret and Guillaume Laidet, joined by the esteemed designer Olivier Gamiette, unveil their latest marvel – the SpaceOne Tellurium.

At the heart of the SpaceOne Tellurium lies a fascination with celestial mechanics. Inspired by the intricate workings of a tellurium, this wrist-sized marvel offers a glimpse into the cosmic dance of planets. Named after the Latin word for “earth,” the tellurium has long served as a tool to illustrate the interplay between day, night, and the changing seasons.

The dial of the SpaceOne Tellurium serves as a celestial canvas, adorned with shimmering aventurine and polished titanium stars. At its center, the Sun radiates, while a planetary wheel depicts the perpetual orbit of Earth and Moon.

Powering the SpaceOne Tellurium is the robust Soprod P024 H4 automatic movement, equipped with a patented Tellurium complication module. This innovative mechanism ensures precise indications of Earth and Moon positions, seamlessly integrated into the watch’s design.

Turning to the caseback reveals a delightful surprise – a whimsical depiction of the solar system. Earth proudly proclaims its role as the birthplace of the SpaceOne Tellurium, adding a touch of levity

Enthusiasts eager to embark on a cosmic journey can mark their calendars for the launch of the SpaceOne Tellurium. Available for subscription starting on the first day of Watches & Wonders Geneva. With a four-week subscription window and a price of EUR 2,999, now is the time to secure your piece of cosmic horology at


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