Fortis Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph

The chronograph and the alarm are profoundly commonsense capacities that can be utilized consistently. In any case, these are complex components to plan and produce. What’s more, with regards to seeing them together, not many mechanical watches combine the two capacities. This is a valid justification to investigate the Fortis Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph, in light of the fact that, as demonstrated by its name, it consolidates these two features.

Fortis is most popular for making rough, practical watches and for its enduring association with avionics and space investigation. Specifically, Fortis watches turned out to be essential for the standard hardware for Cosmonauts, helping out Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency. Various rock solid watches have been created in the edge of this collaboration, including the rendition we are surveying today, which offers an uncommon combination of chronograph and mechanical alarm.

The Fortis Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph comes in an instrumental, matte-completed and forcing 42mm case that radiates heartiness and quality. It is fitted with a unidirectional pivoting bezel permitting to peruse passed time more than 60 minutes. The strong screw-down caseback is engraved with the token of the Russian Space Agency. Water-opposition is appraised 20 ATM/200m. The individual restricted version number is engraved on a plate screwed on the case.

With its various signs, the eye-getting matte dark dial feels profoundly specialized. However, it remains entirely neat gratitude to high-differentiate white and orange markings. The hands and dials are treated with glowing material for comprehensibility on the whole conditions. The square window close to the date at 3 o’clock permits checking if the alarm is on (orange) or off (dark). The pusher at 8 o’clock is utilized to enact/deactivate the alarm work. The date/alarm windows are flanked by two bolts to show which bearing the crown should be gone to set the date or the alarm (bolt molded hand).

The Caliber F-2001 Alarm Chronograph

The Fortis Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph is controlled by the F-2001 type. In the event that there are not many alarm developments around, a mechanical chronograph development with an implicit alarm is much more uncommon. The F-2001 development was a world’s first and it was grown along with Zurich-based autonomous watchmaker Paul Gerber. It went into sequential creation in 1996. In view of the attempted and-tried Valjoux 7750, this programmed type is chronometer-ensured by COSC. 30mm in distance across and 7.90mm thick, it works at 28,800 vibrations each hour and stores 46 hours of force save when completely twisted. The alarm’s extra-enormous mallet is fueled by a subsequent barrel; it radiates a 27-second long shaking sound after full winding. Curiously, the alarm vibrates when it runs as this was mentioned by the cosmonauts. As there is no stable in space, they expected to feel the vibration to caution them when the oxygen level was going to get low.

The watch is fitted with a screw-fixed three-connect titanium wristband with a wellbeing collapsing clasp and an overlap out extension.

This Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph is an uncompromising yet attractive chronograph. On the wrist, it establishes a connection. This robust apparatus watch will not sneak by a sleeve yet it wears well gratitude to the ergonomic drags. Furthermore, because of the utilization of super light titanium, it is light and comfortable. The majority of all, this utilitarian chronograph is proposed for unpleasant use. With its strong and specialized character, it feels unshakable. What’s more, all things considered, we live vicariously with these Cosmonaut chronographs…

Price and availability

The Fortis Official Cosmonauts Titanium Alarm Chronograph was a restricted version of 300 pieces and is no longer available.

However, there are other alarm chronographs accessible at Fortis, like the Aeromaster (as of CHF 7,450) or the MarineMaster (as of CHF 6,840), both furnished with a similar development. To wrap things up, considering the current COVID-19 circumstance, FORTIS offers temporarily just a 20% coupon on its site (for all watches) by utilizing the code STAYSAFE. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit .