The Cosmic collection is the long-awaited extension of our best-selling Star Dust, which we launched a few years ago, and it's become an instant favorite.
Every component of the design was meticulously reworked to achieve a unique blend of craftsmanship, ingenuity and exceptional elegance to set a new standard. During the design phase, we modified the crown, the hands, the entire dial and the watch back.
Based on community feedback, we completely redesigned the watch band for maximum durability and comfort. The strap was the first aspect of the watch we redesigned - since it's an important part of the overall design, we knew its appearance was the first criteria to change. Previously, the bracelet was divided into three flat metal parts that made up the entire design.
The new bracelet consists of a one-piece bracelet segment with a three-dimensional shape instead of a square/square design. Due to its shape, one segment overlaps with the other. The two surface incisions at the bottom and top of the section mean that the segments are no longer flat.
The dial was similarly improved. The hands and indexes have been slimmed down to allow a better view of the shimmering natural aventurine dial for which we're famous. The indexes have been moved closer to the edge of the bezel, making the dial visually larger. Both the indexes and the hands still have luminous hands.
The watch is still available in quartz and automatic models, just like its predecessor. Both are manufactured in Switzerland. The quartz version has a model called Ronda 515, while the automatic version has a Sellita SW200-1 (available in silver or gold, depending on the version). Both of them are manufactured in Switzerland. Swiss movements, known for their exceptional craftsmanship, are the gold standard by which all other luxury watches are measured.
Quartz Movement Signature
The quartz model has a signature made especially for this model. On the case back is engraved a Latin inscription. - "per Aspera ad Astra", which means "through hardship to the stars". An attempt to show a simplified representation of the galaxy and its planets. The sun is represented by the emblem of the company, which is placed in the center circle and rotates while the other celestial bodies orbit around it.
The crown was designed from the beginning as one of the last elements of the watch. The number of surface incisions around it was limited, which makes the whole shape look more massive. The company logo was placed in the central part of the crown.