Developed by De Bethune, this futuristic creation looks like a stunning, miniature spaceship, that has just landed onto our puny planet. Called the Dream Watch 5, this uber cool timepiece is made out of titanium, and although it originally came to light back in 2014, the independent watchmaker has decided a new, all meteorite, version was the right move ahead.
That’s how the De Bethune Dream Watch 5 Meteorite has been born, featuring sublime imperfections that just seem to complement the odd contraption and the hours of work and effort that were required for such a stunning piece to end up on someone’s wrist.
Jumping hours and minutes are displayed on two silver-toned discs at 3 o’clock but very little information has been revealed about the new caliber powering up this beauty. We do know it’s manually wound, and comes with a power reserve somewhere between four and five days.
De Bethune’s Dream Watch 5 Meteorite also shows off a 39 mm case, although it’s 50 mm wide; this means that the large ruby cabochon – although impressive – digs deep into the hand. Aside from that slightly disappointing piece of information, this timepiece looks absolutely dreamy and hints on an alien invasion.
The Dream Watch 5 Meteorite is a pièce unique, which should explain the CHF 450,000 price-tag.