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FORTIS 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty Included
In cooperation with the Austrian Space Forum, since 2017 we have been working on the development of the first Mars-Watch.
The “Amadee-18” was the starting signal for the joint project. In the desert of Oman, a simulated Mars mission took place in 2018 where several experiments were carried out over several weeks which should make a life on Mars possible.
Each line in the logo patch represents an experiment and the different reds and oranges for the sunrises and sunsets on Mars and Earth.
FORTIS x AUSTRIAN SPACE FORUM
The Austrian Space Forum is a national network of aerospace specialists and space enthusiasts. The organization serves as a communication platform between the space sector and the public and is embedded in a global network of specialists from the space industry, research and politics.
What people say about this watch
From the blogs
"A rugged, solid utilitarian chronograph, the Fortis Amadee-18 will appeal to trekkies and fans of space missions alike with its mission patch of the Martian simulation that took place in Oman."
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Our view on watch diameters and wrist sizes
Yes, you might have a smaller wrist. But 42mm is a modest size, although it sounds big. Unless your wrist stayed the same since you were 10 years old, you'll be just fine with rocking a 47mm watch.
Just in case you're still uncertain, take a look at our smaller models.