As an amateur astronomer, I certainly like this Jupiter themed watch!Then there is Hamilton's ODC X-03 Auto, which Robert Downey Jr. has in his collection.
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Introducing: The Hamilton ODC X-03, The Brand's Latest Sci-Fi Collaboration With Hollywood (And An Homage To Kubrick's '2001') - HODINKEEThe Speedmaster might be the watch that took man to the Moon, but it's not the only wristwatch with a connection to the Final Frontier. Watches are part of real space exploration, of course, but they're also part of imaginary space travel as well. For the ODC X-03, Hamilton has teamed up with...www.hodinkee.com
https://io9.gizmodo.com/in-a-heartfelt-interview-robert-downey-jr-discusses-1836358138 i realize it is almost impossible to see it but i thought one of you guys may know his collectionwww.watchuseek.com
Sure, maybe it was all just a marketing gimmick. But they aren't using that design anymore on their latest watch(es). I've chatted with them about it, briefly.I think you're missing the point. Piston sealed crowns aren't new or innovative, and all of them retain some or all water resistance when the crown is out or unscrewed (even though the watch manufacturers won't advertise that). That Certina DS cutaway in the OP shows a piston sealed crown (double piston sealed on the outside of the tube with a backup inside). I'll wager that every WR analog watch you've ever owned has had a piston seal in the crown or crown tube. Vero is likely still using piston sealed crowns.