Total Eclipse

Pre-Order 100-Piece Limited Edition
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse
Pre-Order Total Eclipse

Pre-Order Total Eclipse

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  • Expected Delivery before April 8, 2024

  • Designed & Assembled in the USA
  • USA & International shipping
  • Two Year Warranty

This Limited Edition Total Eclipse Watch commemorates the Total Solar Eclipse which will traverse the Eastern part of the United States on April 8, 2024 and which crosses Ohio from the Southwest corner to the Northeast. Cincinnati will experience 99.5% totality but you don't have to travel far to experience the Total eclipse with this exceptional watch on your wrist.

The dial is velvet black and features hour markers and hands in dark yellow X1 Super-Luminova for exceptional legibility whether the Sun is hiding behind the moon or not. The case features a black PVD coating. The stainless steel case back is engraved with the date of the eclipse and each watch is individually numbered from 001/100 to 100/100.

Watch Case

  • Stainless Steel with black PVD coating
  • 38mm Wide
  • 10.05 mm thick including domed Sapphire Crystal
  • 43 mm Lug to lug
  • 20mm Lug Width
  • 5 ATM Water Resistance
  • Push/Pull Crown
  • X1 Superluminova on Crown
  • Individually Numbered Caseback (100 total pcs)

Movement

  • Swiss Made Sellita SW 210 Elabore Grade (Manual Wind)
  • Regulated in 5 Positions by our in-house watchmaker

Dial

  • Black Velvet
  • X1 Superluminova

Straps

  • 20mm vegan suede leather with traditional tang buckle

When you purchase this watch Cincinnati Watch Company makes a donation to the Cincinnati Observatory in support of their mission to educate, engage, and inspire our community about astronomy and science.

  • Pre-Order watches are expected to be delivered by the end of March 2024
  • $14 Priority Mail Flat Rate Shipping in the United States
  • International Shipping UPS Worldwide Expedited Available

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Not Since

September 7, 1811

The last time Cincinnati saw a total eclipse of the Sun was September 7, 1811. Over the years several have passed just to our north or south, much like this one.

A Rare Occurence
Elipse Totality

Solar eclipses can feel like rare events. There are at least two solar eclipses somewhere on Earth every year. Total solar eclipses occur on average once every two to three years. While a partial eclipse can be viewed over an area of thousands of miles, without special equipment you wouldn't even notice unless atl east 90% of the sun is obscured by the moon. In order to be in totality you will need to be on a path just over 100 miles wide.

Impressive

Velvet Black Dial

The dial is velvet black and features hour markers and hands in dark yellow X1 Super-Luminova for exceptional legibility. The case features a black PVD coating. The stainless steel case back is engraved with the date of the eclipse and each watch is individually numbered from 001/100 to 100/100

The Cincinnati
Observatory

Considered the Birthplace of American Astronomy, the Cincinnati Observatory is home to one of the oldest telescopes in America and was the first public observatory in the western hemisphere. The observatory recently celebrated their 150th anniversary. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this watch will go to support the Observatory's mission.

Where Exactly is
The Solar Totality

The Totality passes to the North West of Cincinnati. People that live on the North West part of Cincinnati will be in the Totality while the people on the East End and Downtown are not in the totality. Come stay in Cincinnati Ohio to experience the 2024 Solar Eclipse Totality.

Designed & Assembled in
Cincinnati, USA.

Watch designed by Rick Bell & AWCI Certified watchmaker Jordan Ficklin. Assembled & Adjusted by Jordan Ficklin in Cincinnati, Ohio. USA.


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