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The dials of the La Monegasque models are themed after roulette spinners. One of the limited editions actually looks just like one. You can see that include in the rings of numbers around the center. In true Roger Dubuis fashion, the in-house made automatic movement is complex and has a provocative layout. On the bottom is a really great looking moon phase indicator next to a date dial. There is a small leap year indicator above the date dial, while two small windows serve to indicate the month and date of the week. Really beautiful in my opinion. The movement is the Roger Dubuis calibre RD821J. For those interesting in Roger Dubuis styling and the complications the manufacture is known for - this upcoming La Monegasque Perpetual Calendar watch might be just the thing.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.