Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
There's something about this watch that just does not do it for me, it's too busy in all the wrong ways. The MD52 from Charriol gets its name from its moonphase, date and 52-week function. The dial has a calendar display with date, day and month along with the moonphases, and an indication of the week number within the year (a very strange feature to add in my opinion). The movement is the automatic ETA caliber 2892 modified by Dubois Depraz to have the Charriol logo in plum color on the rotor. The watch has double sapphire crystals and the crown is at the bottom of the watch, tucked in under the 6 o'clock position. There are 99 pieces with the silver dial, 99 pieces with a gray dial and 23 pieces in 18K rose gold. Prices start at 5,900 euros for the stainless steel version.
[via Time Zone]