Quite the beautiful new watch from Omega, the Moonphase Chronograph Master Chronometer is one of the new pieces that will be displayed at Baselworld 2016. The other will be a new Seamaster Planet Ocean. I first want to go over the term "Master Chronometer", because it's rather interesting. The new 9904 movement is not only nicely finished, but it is certified METAS (basically another level of certification that takes a movement past real-life conditions. The movement first passes the COSC certification, then passes additional tests such as resistance to water and magnetism. The watch as a whole is simply beautiful with a sunray vivid blue dial, liquidmetal ceramic bezel, and well-finished 44.25mm steel case (along with a large exhibition case back). Not to mention the detailed moonphase indicator with a moon that, Omega reports, has an astronaut's footprint on it. While on the subject of the moonphase, it is calibrated to 29.5 days and requires adjusting once every 10 years. No information on pricing yet, but just wanted to show everyone this stunning new watch from omega. Needless to say, it'll be on my list for future purchases (although maybe not, seeing as it will most likely be in the region of $12,000).