Forge your language of telling time with this unrivalled space creation.

Completely redesigned the SPACEGRAF ZERO-G in striking steel blue, is built to preserve the unique heritage of French house Yema. Designed by the Yema team each possessing decades of watchmaking expertise, the Zero-G has instantly recognisable Yema features of cutting-edge technical innovations, chronograph, master indexes, iconic hands and astounding depth of water resistance.

Fitted on a pitch black, interchangeable canvas bracelet its elegant yet, downright robust with its rigidity and strength. Fastening with a Yema engraved futuristic clasp it fits comfortably and securely on the wrist. At a glance it's easy to see the manufacturing quality is sublime, and that it's a chronograph with character and personality. Furthermore, when you secure your purchase, you are invited to test your moonwatch in real conditions by putting yourself in the shoes of an astronaut, for the day, thanks to the limited offer space exploration experience from Yema and Novespace.

Measuring 39 mm & with a thickness of 13 mm the curvature of the solid stainless-steel case is forged to perfection and has a spectacular engraved case back composed of the official logo of the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) in the centre and a marking in tribute to YEMA First French watch in orbit and the 30th anniversary of parabolic flights 1989 - 2019.

Equipped with a stunning lunar-textured, blue dial, finished with lushly loaded Super-LumiNova iconic aviator hands and prominent hour markers the Zero Graft glows green in the dark for fantastic legibility. Equipped with a contrasting silver minute counter sub dial its simply amazing. What’s more, it has a brilliant standout steel tachymeter bezel used to measure speed and also as a stopwatch. Now is the time to delight in other onboard functions of the red chronometer hand that will perfectly locate the period of zero between 22 seconds and 44 seconds, in the space time of parabolic flights. Adding greatly to the durability is clear domed mineral for protection and deliverance of its 100-metre water resistance.

Focussed on delivering an exceptional timepiece of the highest quality and functionality each spectacular piece is assembled in the company’s head offices in Morteau, France and is driven by an Epson Caliber M90A for impeccable precision and accuracy; which is needed for when going into space, a movement undergoes many changes in temperature and pressure variations, which is why quartz is a must. Offered with an introductory 10 % discount and complimentary tropic diving bracelet this special edition 30th anniversary of parabolic flights timepiece is as durable as the night is dark, has modern DNA that looks great in both professional and casual setting plus meets the criteria and requirements of CNES.