Own a piece of history with our Caliber 321 fine art metal print.
Flight-qualified by NASA for all manned space missions, the 321 caliber powered the legendary Omega Speedmaster on the historic Apollo 11 mission.
The excellence of this caliber proved to be crucial in April 1970, when a malfunction inside an oxygen tank caused a small explosion and risked the lives of the Apollo 13 astronauts. Using his wrist watch, John Swigert was able to time a precise 14-second fuel burn necessary to correct the path of the spacecraft, and return the crew safely to earth.
Devoted to create the highest quality products, we use a state-of-the-art sublimation process for our design. This is the same method used by art galleries across the world and produces a more vibrant and resistant result than traditional metal prints.
Using long-lasting archival inks, our design is printed onto a sheet of sublimation paper. Then, it is pressed against a sheet of ChromaLuxe™; a uniquely engineered aluminum panel. The metal sheet is heated and pressed in specialized machinery until the ink turns into gas. As the print cools down, the unique ChromaLuxe™ coating absorbs the ink, permanently infusing it into the metal. The end result is a luxurious, vibrant and long lasting piece of art that you will be proud to showcase.
Rated for 65+ years without fading our Caliber 321 Fine Art Metal Print will hold its vibrancy and color unlike any other material, making it the perfect gift for any watch enthusiast.
12 x 12 inches (30 x 30 cm).
16 x 16 inches (40 x 40 cm).
Please allow up to 2 days to prepare your order.
Free shipping to North America and Europe.