Like a fine tuned tourbillon timepiece, the Motorola AURA Celestial Edition cellphone is a work of art. Housed in a chemically etched stainless steel casing, the AURA encompassed some 700+ components, like tungsten carbide gears and an "assisted-opening blade"mechanism to swing open the phone. That in itself consisted of 130 Swiss precision ball bearings. The phone also boast the world's first round display with a capacity emit 16-million colors, including some original digital content from NASA. To topped it off, the phone is finished with a 62-carat sapphire crystal screen, one of the most scratch resistant material on Earth. Now, this unique precision gear could be yours for FREE as London's Selfridges & Co. is give them away as part of its celebration of Apollo 11 Mission's 40th Anniversary. Simply enter the Selfridges & Co. x Motorola AURA Celestial Edition Competition for your chance to win.