Space One

Grade 5 titanium
Limited edition of 28 watches


SPACE ONE, immediate take-off for the stratosphere

SPACE ONE is inspired by the universe, propelling its owner into the galaxies, or even deep into mysteries that are yet to be unravelled. Result of an in-depth aesthetic study, this elegant chronograph is filled with space references.

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Space One LM-88.20.60

The backstory

Countdown to launch

Both the small-second counter and the 30-minute counter contain an actual fragment of the Armanty meteorite that has been delicately tinted blue. Each counter is topped with a ruby chaton created using the Verneuil method, in a nod to the lights that indicate that take-off is imminent.

Start the engines

Louis Moinet's signature complication the chronograph takes centre stage in this new creation. Beneath the 30-minute counter, an additional display inspired by the Chadburn engine order telegraph shows the function of the chronograph at a glance. A gentle touch of the mono-pusher will show the start, stop and reset of the measurement mechanism in turn.

Caliber LM30

Exclusive, mechanical self-winding Louis Moinet caliber, with a rotor assembled on high-tech ceramic ball bearings.


28000 VPH (4 Hz)

48 hours

Jewels: 27

46 mm

Hours, Minutes, Date, Monopusher, Chronograph, Start-stop-reset indicator

Hours, Minutes, Date, Monopusher, Chronograph, Start-stop-reset indicator

50 meters


24 mm

Folding clasp

Grade 5 titanium

Swiss made


As if to help the owner locate its position in space, the dial features geometric engraving inspired by the latitude and longitude lines on a world map.

Entering zero gravity

Designed for daily wear, SPACE ONE is equipped with a case made from grade 5 titanium which is particularly light (only 102 grams) and comfortable on the wrist. The elegant, curved case has a diameter of 46 mm and incorporates two sapphire crystals with double-sided anti-reflective coating. The date display takes the shape of a porthole, reminding the wearer of the passage of time.

Return to Earth

SPACE ONE is powered by Louis Moinet's LM30 Manufacture calibre, which oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour. The 48-hour power reserve offers enough time to escape and enjoy new perspectives before activating the mono-pusher when it is time to return to Earth.

Between Mars and Jupiter

Armanty meteorite

Armanty was a meteorite weighing more than 50 tonnes which was discovered in several regions of China in recent years. 

Thanks to the intense heat and friction that it experienced, this enormous meteorite broke up when it entered our atmosphere. As a result, fragments have been found in a vast field spanning over 400 kilometres. The 28 and 18 tonne masses are now in museum collections, while some of the smaller pieces have been divided up. Despite its size, the Armanty meteorite is very rarely available.

This meteorite is composed of an extra-terrestrial ferro-nickel alloy that comes from the heart of an asteroid that was over 100 kilometres in diameter. The asteroid was in orbit between Mars and the giant planet Jupiter, before it was broken up millions of years ago. A fragment from its metallic core with a mass of several hundred tonnes was thrown into a new orbit that brought it into contact with the Earth, later falling as a meteorite. In addition, the beautiful and detailed structures of Armanty fragments contribute to enhance its uniqueness.

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