ANICORN Series K452 Space Automatic Watches - Nemesis
Continuing the legacy of ANCORN’s long-selling timepiece series K452, the watchmaker takes it to the next level and introduces us to the dark, apocalyptic edition –– K452 Nemesis.
“The Darkest Hour Has Come.”
K452 Nemesis is inspired by the Nemesis Star Theory, whereas Nemesis is a theoretical red dwarf or brown dwarf star thought to be a companion (or “evil twin”) to our sun. The theory postulates that Nemesis could affect the orbiting objects in the solar system, sending comets to the earth and cause an extinction event – triggering the darkest hour.
Darkest of the Dark
K452 Nemesis represents the dark myth in space, and the scientific effort to spot the unseen in our universe.
K452 Nemesis are entirely coated in black, the signature concentric discs design from inner to outer discs graduated for seconds, minutes, and hours respectively. The reference point (Indicator) engraved at 12 o’clock position tells time perpendicularly.
K452 Nemesis has a black sand matt exterior which is unique from the earlier K452 series, the tactile design subtly reminiscing the rocky surface of celestial objects. Its interchangeable strap has an updated design with a sharper look exclusively tailored for the new launch.
The Dark Vision
The Series K452, unlike traditional timepieces, gives viewers a new way to look at time, and the watch's domed glass is made of convex hard Plexiglass + AR coating.
The materials ensure incredible strength along with a magnificent view of the watch's mechanical universe. K452 Nemesis also succeeds with the transparent caseback and allows the beholder to observe its mechanism like the view from a spacecraft.
Coordinates and distance from earth to Kepler-452 are engraved on the bezel of K452 Nemesis, as a special tribute to NASA's Kepler Mission and discovery of Kepler-452b on 23 July 2015.
About Series K452
On July 23, 2015 NASA publicly announced the revolutionary discovery of Kepler-452b, an exoplanet known as Earth's bigger, older cousin or "Earth 2," which orbits a star much like the sun.
ANICORN was inspired by this incredible space discovery, the Series K452 was born in 2016.
How to read the time
Seiko NH35 automatic movement
21600 vibrations per hour
24 jewels automatic movement
More than 41 hours (fully winded)
Hours, minutes, seconds
316L Stainless steel, Ø 1.62 in (42mm), height 0.5in (12.5mm), exhibition case back
Doom Glass + Sapphire Coating + Anti-Reflection Coating
50 meters (5ATM)
Stainless Steel Band