The board of the moonphase is satin brushed and also shows small seconds.The moonphase is accurate to within 122 years if kept wound, and there is a push adjuster at 10'clock to reset the complication if needed.Sitting just next to the moon phase is a power reserve indicator cut into the globe-style dial.It is silver brushed and engraved, and both it, and the moonphase are connected directly to the barrel to allow for consistent power.Today’s explorer can easily embrace new sights, smells, tastes and sounds after just a few hours aboard a plane.
This 44mm stainless steel watch has three small complications set into the dial. The moonphase on this watch is actually rather beautiful, and strikingly realistic.
Another standout feature is the moon-phase between 7 and 8 o’clock, which Girard-Perregaux has attached directly to the movement’s barrel for greater accuracy.
It features a realistic moon on a Milky Way night sky, a metallic finish, and a center-mounted small seconds hand.
The Traveller is a contemporary timepiece featuring a world time complication.
It is available in three variants and looks especially handsome in steel with an opaline dial.