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The classic space watch returns with a bit more polish
Cosmonauts Steel A.M. Chronograph
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Fortis
Cosmonauts Steel A.M. Chronograph
The classic space watch returns with a bit more polish
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$3,300.00

Free shipping on orders over $100 in the US

Founded in 1912, Fortis has been producing a variety of timepieces from some of the first mass-produced automatic wristwatches to fliegers and most notably “space” watches. As the official supplier for the Russian Federal Space Agency since 1994 with its Cosmonauts series, Fortis has a long history of air and space travel.

The Cosmonauts Steel A.M. is the latest in a longstanding series of space tool watches. It features a 42mm diameter steel case that’s a mixture of brushed surfaces and tastefully polished accents. From the classic tachymeter bezel to the ends of its polished screw-down pushers and crown, the Cosmonauts has never looked so elegant. This A.M. version has a sunburst patterned, silver dial with a triple register setup easily distinguished by their radial grooved settings. 

Inside the Cosmonauts Steel A.M. is the UW-50 automatic movement. Based on the ETA Valjoux 7750, this movement features a central seconds chronograph hand with a thirty-minute counter at the twelve and a twelve-hour counter opposite. With a frequency of 28,800 bph, it also features a smooth-running small seconds hand at nine o’clock and a day-date complication to boot. Other features include a 25-jewel count and a 48-hour power reserve. Much like the brand, this movement is sure to be a reliable companion whether traveling through land, air, or space.

  • Case: Brushed and Polished Stainless Steel
  • Dial: Silver
  • Movement: UW-50
  • Lens: Sapphire Crystal
  • Strap: Black Leather Strap
  • Water Res.: 100M
  • Diameter: 42mm
  • Length: 51mm
  • Thickness: 14mm
  • Lug Width: 20mm
  • Ref Number: F2140006
  • Warranty: Two Years
  • Swiss-made
About Fortis

Founded by Walter Vogt in 1912, Fortis has been a trailblazer in the watch industry ever since. From the first ever mass-produced automatic wristwatch - the Harwood - presented in 1926 to some of the world’s first “waterproof” watches with the Fortissimo of 1940, this brand has helped to shape the landscape of the modern watch industry. Though not amongst the list of firsts for Fortis, it’s also one of only a handful of brands that can truly be said to be “space worthy” as the official watch of Russian Cosmonauts. Much like it’s founder, the brand’s current design ethos is as innovative and bold as ever. For sea, land, air and space Fortis has you covered.