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Soyuz 02

Raw I

1.555,01  (ex. tax)

The space rocket remains original in the watch. Pure. Real. Raw! The dial comes from the inside of the rocket’s fuel tank. It shows – typical for Werenbach – visible traces of the mission.
The combination of black hour markers with the original aluminium of the booster tank gives the watch a modern sporty-elegant look.

Special feature: Limited series of 60 pieces dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the first space flight. The watch comes with a special certificate, special packaging and with an astronaut key ring. The material comes from the Soyuz MS-09 rocket mission.

Raw I

Soyuz 02

Raw I

1.555,01  (ex. tax)

SKU: W0201 Category: Tags: , Product ID: 13412


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Original rocket aluminium.

Supplied with the leftover part of the rocket fragment.

The dial of this model is milled directly from the rocket and bears the original colour and surface quality (wear and tear, traces of colour). Thanks to these organic traces of wear and tear, each dial is totally unique on closer inspection.

During its mission, the rocket material left Earth and made contact with space at an altitude of 45 km.

Rocket Part
  • Inside of booster (tank)
Dial Colour
  • None, original aluminium surface
Dial Material
  • Unmodified rocket material

Flying Altitude
  • Over 45 km; mesosphere

Swiss watchmaking at its finest.

'Swiss made' Sellita SW-200 movement – Elaboré.

Swiss mechanical movement by Sellita in the premium ‘Elaboré’ version. The SW-200 is the next generation of the legendary ETA 2824, the best-selling Swiss movement of all time. Sellita’s movements are proven in practice and Swiss made. If the dial of your rocket watch says ‘Automatic’, you know that the Sellita SW-200 is what’s inside.
Powered by
  • Self-winding mechanical movement
  • SW-200, ELABORÉ
Timing tolerance
  • 7 sec/day +/-7

Power reserve
  • Up to 38 hours

Master craftsmanship - from design to production.

The dials are produced in a multi-stage, precision mechanical manufacturing process. They pass through a number of quality checks and surface inspections before being selected for use. The unmistakable appearance of the dials arises from the combination of high-quality, rhodium-plated indices (in some models, facetted) and precision-engineered milled grooves.

Patina and rocket dust.

The dial of this rocket watch comes from the booster. The rocket debris are personally salavaged by Werenbach in the steppe, allowing us to identify (and certify) which rocket mission the material comes from.

Soyuz MS-09. The rocket in space.

The Soyuz MS-09 carried flight engineer Alexander Gerst to space in a successful manned mission launched on 6 June, 2018. Two days later, we recovered the material in the Kazakh steppe.


Soyuz MS-09

  • Rocket Type Soyuz-FG
  • Rocket launch 6 June 2018, 13.01 (UTC)
  • Spaceport Kosmodrom Baikonur 1/5
  • Coordinates 45.38°N 63.19°E


  • Crew 3 Persons
  • Commander Sergei Walerjewitsch Prokopjew (RUS)
  • Flight engineer Alexander Gerst (GER)
  • Flight engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor (USA)

Rockets fly into space in three stages. The first stage is jettisoned in two parts: one at an altitude of 45 km, the second at an altitude of 85 km. The burnt-out rocket parts fall into the uninhabited steppe of Kazakhstan. Stage 3 reaches orbit at an altitude of about 200 km, just 8.59 seconds after leaving Earth. From this altitude, the spacecraft flies to the International Space Station at an altitude of about 400 km.

There is no ‘fixed boundary’ to outer space. Rather, the transition between space and the Earth’s atmosphere is fluid. The Fédération Aéronautique International (FAI) adopts the so-called Kármán line, which sets the boundary at an altitude of 100 km. For the US Air Force (USAF) outer space begins at 80 km. Viewed according to this definition, parts of the Soyuz fairing have crossed the boundary to outer space. These rarer watch models can be identified by their white dials and the lettering ‘FAIRING MATERIAL’.

Richly detailed. Expertly executed.

Design shaped by the rocket itself.

The rocket gives the space watch its ‘face’. Each dial retains the original colour and traces of the space mission. The rocket gives the space watch its ‘face’. Each dial retains the original colour and traces of the space mission.

‘BOOSTER MATERIAL’ means that the material originates from the booster. The coordinates on the dial indicate the launch point of the rocket in Baikonur. ‘ORBIT 8:49 MIN’ is a reminder of the time the rocket requires to reach orbit.

Anniversary Edition.

This year marks 60 years since cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to journey into space. To commemorate this, all Soyuz 02 rocket watches produced in 2021 will take form of a special anniversary adition.

The back of the watch is open to allow a glimpse at its most intricate component: the balance wheel. This oscillates constantly and breathes life into the mechanics.

Design. Manufacturing. Zurich.

All rocket watches are developed in our atelier in Zurich. We pay attention to the smallest detail and are uncompromising in our pursuit of quality.


Werenbach stands for exclusive rocket watches. Unlike other luxury watchmakers, Werenbach defines exclusivity not in terms of high prices, but by the things that make its watches unique: the recycling of original rocket material, the salvaging of this material by hand and the ‘spaceborn’ philosophy that unites its wearers.

Spaceborn is the mindset of an astronaut: one who has looked down from space and admired our Blue Planet from above. In doing so, the astronaut experiences the Earth’s beauty afresh and perceives how small it is compared to the universe. This new perspective changes their thinking. They are acutely aware of our status as a tiny part of a ginormous whole.

Without big words, but with strong features.

  • Model RAW I
  • Collection Soyuz 02
  • Powered by Self-winding mechanical movement
  • Movement Sellita SW-200
  • Movement version Elaboré
  • Dial Material Unmodified rocket material
  • Dial Colour None, original aluminium surface
  • Case Material Stainless Steel
  • Diameter 41 mm
  • Height 9.7 mm
  • Strap width 20 mm
  • Weight 93 g
  • Glas on front Sapphire (scratch-resistant)
  • Glas on back Hardened mineral glass K1 (not scratch-resistant)
  • Water Resistance 10 ATM (100 m)
  • Lume SLN X1 GL C1
  • Number of Jewels 26
  • Power Reserve 38 h
  • Vibrations 28,800 p/hr, (4 Hz)


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Standard size straps fit the majority of wearers. Our straps are available in the following standard sizes: S – 16-18 cm, M – 18-21.5 cm, L – 21.5-23.5 cm. Steel straps can be customised to fit your wrist. As such, they are only sold in one size.
The strap comes in one size and can be adjusted to the wearer’s wrist by removing individual links.
Yes, you can. The strap comes with enough metal links for any wrist measurement. If you have a wide wrist, you’ll only need to remove a few links. if you have a narrow wrist, you’ll need to remove several. A screwdriver is included with the strap. This can be used to loosen and retighten the screws on the side.

Yes – your watch can withstand water pressure of up to 10 ATM (equivalent to a water column of 100 m). Caution: When jumping into water, the water pressure may be higher than at a depth of 100 m. IMPORTANT: Do not move the crown under water!

Yes. However, if your rocket watch has a textile or leather strap, be aware that this will reduce the life of the strap significantly. If you are planning to wear the watch in water, we recommend a rubber or steel strap.
The watch glass is scratch-resistant, since Werenbach uses genuine sapphire crystal in all of its watches. The casing of the watch is made from steel and, as such, is not scratch-resistant. Caution: The glass on the reverse of the watch is not sapphire glass and is therefore not scratch-resistant.
No. A forceful impact can cause the watch glass to crack or shatter.
Yes. Werenbach uses Swiss movements from the brands Sellita, Soprod, STP and Ronda.
Yes – we use Super-LumiNova luminescent material that glows at night. For this to work, the phosphorescent pigments must be activated beforehand via daylight or a lamp. Be aware that if you cover the watch with a piece of clothing, this ‘charging’ process will not take place.

Nein. Bei diesem Produktionsverfahren gibt es kein Reststück. Als Ersatz legen wir ein originales Stück Rakete jeder Uhr bei.

‘A watch with an ‘automatic’ movement is mechanical and self-winding. Caution: If an automatic watch is not worn for more than 36 or 42 hours (depending on the model), it will stop. Once you put it on, it will begin to run again. This is deceptive, however, because the spring will not have sufficient tension to run the watch on time. If the watch has stopped completely, always wind it for 10-20 seconds prior to use.

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