This new Hublot watch gives new life to a classic design. The moonphase complication is the defining feature and is a pretty useless complication. However, instead of function, Hublot put the indicator there to remind the wearer that before watches, the time was measured by the moon. This watch also features date, day, and month indicators, all of which are worked seamlessly into the design. Available in two versions, a titanium version and a King Gold version. Both are 45mm in diameter and feature the HUB1131 movement.
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