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Designed and developed by David Rutten, it was born out of his passion for watchmaking design and astronomy. Where art meets science.
The Streamline is a mechanical watch carved in a block of meteorite metal. It will be produced in a limited production run of 88 numbered copies.

DR-01 Streamline


*Metal meteorite case, octahedrite (official name: Muonionalusta) found in Sweden in 1906.
*Polished titanium bottom and crow
*Dimensions : width 37mm, length 53mm, thickness 12mm
*Glasses : front and back in sapphire , anti-reflective coating.
*Waterproof : 5 ATM

Movement :
Ref : DR01
Indications : jumping hours, minutes, seconds. Digital by guichet.
Dimensions : 33.3mm or 14 ¾ lines.
Frequency : 28800 vph.
Power reserve : 120h (5 days) by two hand-wound barrels.
Rubies : 31

Wristlet :

Black Python, handmade. Pin buckle in polished titanium.

Guarantee : 2 years
Limited edition of 88 pieces.


MUO NIO NALUSTA : it is a meteorite originating from the core of an asteroid orbiting between Mars and Jupiter. It is thought to be 4.5 billion years old, according to scientific studies. Dated from the birth of our Solar System, it is the oldest iron meteorite known to man.
The geometric pattern in its mass is a fascinating feature. This octahedron lattice was generated by million years of wandering in space.

The scarcity of this meteorite turns the Streamline into a unique watch, and each piece is a one-off. Each case is cut within a block of meteorite before machining, in order to determine the direction of the lattice.


DR-01 Streamline
Limited series of 88 pieces.


Inspired by the Art-deco style, the Streamline is the reflection of another space-time but remains deeply rooted in its period.
David Rutten has restyled aperture watches with jumping-hours from the 30’s. This layout puts the emphasis on the metal of the case, which aim is to magnify the pattern of the meteorite.


Made in Switzerland, this jumping-hour mechanism has exclusively been developed for the Streamline. The frequency is 28800 bph (4hz) and it offers a power reserve of 5 days.

The presentation-case of the Streamline is the representation of a miniature space observatory resting on a marble base, with its designer’s initials written in cuneiform.