“Eight years after the first Moonstruck made its mark, the Moonstruck Worldtimer remains the only astronomical wristwatch with the bright part of the moon always facing the sun, as happens in real life. The dial also displays a particularly easy-to-read map of the tides,” according to the manufacture press release.

The Executive Moonstruck Worldtimer is presented in a 46 mm diameter case that is made of platinum or 18K rose gold. The case is water resistant to 100 meters and features a locking crown for added security.

Inside, is in-house automatic caliber UN-106 which beats at 4Hz (28,800 vph), has a silicon escapement and hairspring, and a 50-hour power reserve.

The functions include indication of the position of the Sun and Moon in relation to Earth, moon phases, map of the tides, worldtimer for 24 cities, an instant time zone adjuster with patent push-button quick setting device, hours, minutes, and date.

Limited to 100 pieces. (Ref. 1069-113/01, 1062-113/01) The retail price is $75,000 in rose gold and $95,000 in platinum. Learn more at Ulysse Nardin.

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