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As a classic watch, 40mm size can completely show your wearing attitude, without fancy and complicated functions, it could also attract people’s enviable glance. The bezel of Classic Prophet uses double arched design, which is narrow processed, this could make the case lines more gentle, so the watch will still looks perfect even on a thin wrist.Read More
Perhaps best known for their Seastrong diver’s collection and their Startimer pilot’s watches, Alpina have, in recent years, branched out by producing their own manufacture calibers as well as their first smartwatch. However, Alpina’s core strength remains their ability to produce high-quality casual and sports watches at far more accessible prices than many of their larger Swiss relatives.Read More
The Reef Tiger Aurora concept watch, in addition to following the idea of the frontier artist's works, its functional design also inherited his creative spirit. It is common in the fashion world to make a classic combination of the futuristic concept with wristwatch. The launch of Aurora concept wristwatch is not only an exploration for the future, but also embodies Reef Tiger’s spirit of exploration and innovation. The new wristwatch is equipped with anchor escapement system, nonperiodic escapement system and mercury compensate-type pendulum. Imported 316L stainless steel caseRead More
It has been some time since a moon phase last graced any Rolex wristwatch, however, this year during our Baselworld 2017 meeting with Rolex, they showed us this Cellini with moon phase. The Cellini model first made a re-introduction to the Rolex line-up in this form back in 2014 and since then has seen only a few minor tweaks. That said, with the introduction of a Rolex that sports a moon phase – something that fans have waited for since the 1950s – have Rolex appeased aficionados alike?

It has been some time since a moon phase last graced any Rolex wristwatch, however, this year during our Baselworld 2017 meeting with Rolex, they showed us this Cellini with moon phase. The Cellini model first made a re-introduction to the Rolex line-up in this form back in 2014 and since then has seen only a few minor tweaks. That said, with the introduction of a Rolex that sports a moon phase – something that fans have waited for since the 1950s – have Rolex appeased aficionados alike? This new moon phase model that Rolex have added to the Cellini collection, features by virtue of its name, a lunar cycle. But of course, Swiss Rolex being Rolex, they haven’t just plonked a moon phase on a Cellini but have created a patented moon phase module that is astronomically accurate for 122 years. In many ways, this new Cellini is perhaps a far removed descendant of the infamous and sought-after reference 6062 and 8171.

If I can be quite candid, the Rolex Cellini Watch model since its re-introduction in 2014 has more or less gone under the radar and to be honest this isn’t a huge surprise. The Oyster model collection somewhat obscures the Cellini collection. Even if the more general consumer were thinking of buying something a little dressier, I am pretty sure the Cellini collection is the last thing they’d look at. However, this new moon phase Cellini might just be the non-Rolex Rolex that one could be looking for. Housed in a 39mm Everose gold case, it features a white lacquer dial with a blue enamelled disc at 6 o’clock showing the full moon and the new moon, the former depicted by a meteorite applique and the latter by a silver ring. Rolex have lavishly spared no expense dressing up the dial of the Cellini Moonphase. The moon phase is read via the indicator set at 12 o’clock on the sub dial, as the full moon and new moon rotate through the lunar cycle. It also displays the date around the circumference of the dial, via a centre hand with a crescent moon at its tip. Both these complications are adjusted, much like those gems of yesteryear (6062 and 8171), via a pusher placed on the side of the case at 8 o’clock. The Cellini Moonphase is driven by the self-winding mechanical movement calibre 3195, which is entirely manufactured in-house by Rolex. As mentioned, its cycles are said to be correct for the next 122 years and then will only need one day’s worth of correcting. Personally, I think this new Celllini Moonphase is a great introduction to the collection, and one especially for Rolex. The fact they’ve re-introduced the moon phase to any Rolex timepiece they are currently offering is a welcome surprise to say the least. Could we see this complication in an Oyster case in years to come just like that of the 6062? Who knows. But for now, it is a start and one which will surely heighten the appeal of a Cellini. Judging by the past, in decades to come, collectors may look back on this piece in the same way we look at the Padellone.

BRÜGGLER is a brand committed to offering customized bespoke Swiss chronographs that are one of a kind (258 nonillion available combinations to be more accurate). Using our online watch creator, we wanted to allow people to put their own stamp on their pieces. Currently, we have 8 watch lines that give a general aesthetic base for you to choose from, and then you can narrow down each customizable detail. You may be thinking that production will take a very long time. But, most of our designs can be delivered within 6 weeks.Read More
The anticipation for a new Daytona was huge and the buzz among aficionados and journalists was immense. While many people state the Daytona was first introduced in 1963, we couldn`t find a reliable source for this. So we guessed (and hoped!) for a new GMT-Master II with a Cerachrom Pepsi (red/blue) bezel.Read More
It is no secret we love affordable watches. Some times we look for them in the vintage market, like we showed you in this article, but we also keep an eye on new interesting propositions. Like these two limited editions from Christopher Ward for example: The C60 Trident Pro COSC Limited Edition and the C60 Trident Day Date COSC Limited Edition.Read More
Originally released in 1970, the Swiss Oris Chronoris faithfully played the role of motorsports watch within Oris’ dense lineup of sports watches. Re-released a few years back as a retro-racing inspired chronograph, we now see a third version which fully embraces the watch world’s infatuation with all things vintage-inspired.Read More
The moon phase function has evolved from its traditional role as an accompaniment to men’s perpetual calendars to a “poetic” complication, used more often in ladies’ watches. It has been reimagined in many ways that depart from the traditional blue-sky-gold-moon-and-stars configuration, but Blancpain finds a way to maintain tradition while updating the function for a modern ladies’ watch.Read More
who like larger sport watches, these more simple-dialed Ingenieur pieces will fit the bill. Whether it is a phase or just because I like loud watches, I fully appreciate smaller dress watches, but simply have so little time in my life to wear them. When choosing a watch to wear on a daily basis.Read More
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