Under scratch-resistant sapphire crystal lies asymmetrically aligned dial with a fine guilloche? minute zone. This is where the DAVOSA Flatline Phase of Moon displays its independence and dares to be different. Because above the center, a moon phase display is positioned on a second dial layer. The starry sky above the center reflects the colors of the hands and hand-applied indices which are either gold-plated or blued and accentuated with dots of Super-LumiNova in both versions. Below the center is the DAVOSA logo and under this a date display again entirely simple and discreet.
|Case:||all stainless steel|
|Water resistance:||5 ATM|
|Functions:||date, phase of moon|
This is an accurate moon phase. The moon indicator has been accurate for three months. It may need periodic adjusting, although I don't think it should as the moon is reliably consistent and the watch should be accurate over long periods. The watch is plain, which is not a bad thing. I have some flashy watches which look good but sometimes they seem too flashy, so I like plain and elegant more. This watch is plain and elegant. For example, plain white face, no hour numbers just markers. The date window is exceedingly small. This is about the most inexpensive, high quality moonphase you can buy and that's why I bought it. I like the moonphase (even though one does not need it for any practical reason), and if I ever bought another moon phase watch, I'd probably go with another watch that is a little more exquisite.