Space Program and Lunar Mission Watches

We are big fans of UNDONE watches at WRUK, and they have now expanded their successful Peanuts collection. You can now buy UNDONE Peanuts Moon Watches to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

Introducing the UNDONE Peanuts Space Program and Lunar Mission Watches

The new UNDONE Peanuts watches have 21 different dial designs and – like all UNDONE watches – you can then go on tom customise the design to your heart’s content. At the heart of the collection is the awesome Snoopy Moon Watch which gives you the ability to have a crossover Snoopy and space chronograph without shelling out for the limited Omega Speedmaster Moon Watch Silver Snoopy Edition!

UNDONE Peanuts Watch Specifications

The entire Peanuts gang can be added to the watch face, wearing ACES, or Advanced Crew Escape Suits, which were worn by NASA space shuttle crews from 2014 during ascent and entry. ACES are not just any shade of orange – they’re “international orange”, a colour used in the aerospace industry for maximum visibility against surroundings such as the sea. The watch also comes with a matching orange cordura strap.

  • Case Width: 40 / 41.8 mm excl. crown
  • Case Thickness: 12 mm incl. crystal
  • Watch Movement: Seiko Instruments Inc. VK61 / VK64 Mechanical-Quartz Hybrid Flyback Chronograph
  • Case Material: 316L Stainless Steel
  • Crystal Material: Hardened Domed K1 Crystal
  • Water Resistance: 3 ATM / 30 Meters
  • Strap Size: 20 mm

What is the connection between the Moon Landings and  Snoopy?

The link between the Apollo missions and the Peanuts characters goes back to a comix strip of Snoopy landing on the moon that was published during the Apollo program. The Apollo 10 command and service module was nicknamed “Charlie Brown”, and the lunar module, “Snoopy”. Charlie Brown returned safely to Earth, while Snoopy was jettisoned into perpetual orbit around the Sun.

Buy an Undone Peanuts Space Watch

There are two ranges on offer: the Snoopy watches are limited to 300 pieces each and cost £360, whereas the ACES watches are priced between £235 and £275. You can read our UNDONE watch review here:

We think this new special UNDONE design represents pretty good value for money, especially given the level of customisation on offer. The cost is higher than the standard UNDONE chronographs but we think the cool designs are worth the extra if you can afford them. It’s available direct from Undone’s website. 

You’re best off buying your UNDONE watch direct from the manufacturer, or else you will not get to play with the superb configurator and customise it to your exact specifications. Click here to view the collection and customise your watch.

By Mike Richmond

Mike spends what little spare time he has writing for WRUK; and what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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