MEISTERSINGER LUNASCOPE - Brown and Opalin silver

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  • Heavenly enjoyment of time with MeisterSingers Lunascope! The combination of the one-handed principle and the moon phase display on the white dial makes this a very special work of art. A timeless must-have for every man!


Movement: Automatic with manual winding capacity, 25 jewels, 28800 Semioscillations per h – 4 Hz, Power reserve 38 h
Calibre no.: ETA 2836-2 with MeisterSinger moon phase module
Glass Material: Domed sapphire glass
Case size: Diameter 40 mm × Thickness 12 mm, Stainless steel case with 6-screwed exhibition back
Water resistance: 5 BAR / 50 M / 165 FT

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Enjoy heavenly: a single-hand watch with moon phase indicator

Relaxing in the hustle and bustle of everyday life is no easy task - the clock keeps ticking. But when it really comes down to it, there are few moments when every second counts. With this in mind, MeisterSinger argues for a more relaxed experience of time. The combination of the one-way principle and the depiction of the moon phase: it does not get any more unique than this. With the Lunascope, MeisterSinger meets the needs of astronomy enthusiasts. The white dial features a detailed representation of the moon, which presents its current position among the stars. And only extreme precision is good enough... Whereas most astronomical watches have to be repositioned every 3 years, the lunar phase indicator of the specially designed Lunascope timepiece only needs to be adjusted once every 128 years! A lifetime of peace and quiet.

The slim stainless steel case of the Pangea family provides the ideal backdrop for an unusually large moon phase display. The top half of the dial has a dynamic cut in which the moon moves across a dark blue, starry background, just as if looking up at the sky on a clear night. The natural impression of the Earth's satellite corresponds to the astronomical precision with which the Lunascope reproduces the various phases of the moon. The moon needs 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and 2.9 seconds to bypass the earth.

The operation of the Swiss automatic movement in the Lunascope, equipped with the lunar phase module, can be viewed through the screwed glass exhibition on the back of the 40-millimetre case.

Among other awards, the Lunascope received both the iF Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award for its outstanding design.