Farer has launched a range of Moonphase watches, which celebrate pioneers in astrophysics, plus offer classic dress watch styling details. The three Eddington, Halley and Burbidge models all have 38mm cases, chamfered towards the lugs in a 1930s Deco streamlined style. They also have a dappled effect on the side of the case. Salmon, sky blue or night sky deep blue are your dial colour … Continue reading Farer’s Moonage Daydream
Omega is celebrating the Lunar New Year with new variations on its Speedmaster Moonwatch. There’s a blue case and black dial, all blue, steel case with blue dial, plus all black colourways to choose from. Co-axial movement inside, moonphase calendar complete with miniature moons inside the crescent cut-out. Impressive detailing. The range starts at £9600, going up to £12,900. Here’s the word from Omega on … Continue reading Omega’s Moonphase Range Offers Investment Potential
There are a range of new dial colours available for the Ball Engineer II Moon Calendar model, but we like the blue best. Yep, blue is the best selling dial colour generally with watches, so we aren’t going out on a limb. That said, the green is kinda nice too. If you’ve recently refurbished your bungalow and installed a grey granite kitchen, then you’ll be … Continue reading Ball Engineer II Moon Calendar: New Grey Dial Options
The MU:N brand might not be familiar to you, but if you love people who take risks with design and aim for zen-like perfection when it comes to moonphase timepieces, this is worth a look. On Kick right now by the way and fully funded past its target. The 38mm automatics start at 920 euro on the pre-order deals and you get something unique, with … Continue reading MU:N Moonphase is Reaching For The Stars
Ball has added a new Moonphase model to its Engineer range. Got that dress watch look, moon tracking complication and a choice of champagne, silver, two blues or a green dial. Prices start at £1810 on pre-order. Here’s the word; Imagine the possibilities of simple functionality and elegant design. Imagine the performance of fine-tuned precision paired with tough craftsmanship. And imagine the unstoppable glow of … Continue reading Ball Engineer II: Latest Moonphase Variants
The latest from Ball Watch is a classic triple calendar model, with that 50s style day, month and sweeping date hand. It has the signature gas tube lume and comes with cream, light or dark blue, black, green or silver dial options. Called the Engineer II Moon, it has a sapphire crystal and 40mm steel case, with see-thru caseback. Here’s the word; “Imagine the possibilities … Continue reading Ball Engineer Moon III: Classic Elegance, Triple Date Style
Calling your watch Baroncelli Smiling Moon is a bold move. For one thing, it sounds like the house band on a Far East cruise holiday. Then there’s the actual smile on the dial, which is pure Marmite. Love it or loathe it. Some will find it’s cheery face a cute touch, but most watch collectors will probably give this a miss. It’s also part of … Continue reading Does The Moon Smile For Mido?
Ball are always refining and tweaking their models. The latest Engineer Moon II has the gas tube lume you expect, plus new ice blue or silver metallic dial options. Intro price as usual for those who take the pre-order plunge. The ice blue is the winner for us and the price isn’t too bad at £1810. Rivals for us include the Frederique Constant Moonphase models, … Continue reading Moonphase Features Keep You On The Ball