Boasting glittering hand-set gems, the collection is available in a range of configurations, and include two Moon Invader 40 models, a Moon Dust Red Mood Chronograph, and an addition to Romain Jerome’s Titanic DNA Collection.
The futuristic-looking Moon Invader 40 models come in steel or black PVD, with each respective bezel set with 70 diamonds (0.71cts) or black sapphires (0.89cts). Both versions come with a price tag of $14,000 .
The Moon Dust Red Mood Chronograph ($38,000), meanwhile, features 164 diamonds (1.14 cts) and a hand-sculpted lunar grey dial symbolizing the Moon and the four-blade “seconds hand” evoking satellite solar panels. Other notable design elements include red gold for the case, carbon fibres on the bezel and diamonds embellishing the watch’s lugs.
Finally the Titanic DNA model boasts 286 precious stones and are available as either self-winding watches or chronographs. Prices start at $30,000 and rise to nearly $50,000.
Romain Jerome was founded in Geneva, Switzerland in 2004.