Looking back through history, the last time Rolex produced a watch with a moonphase was in the early 1950s. This year, the complication makes a comeback with the Cellini Moonphase. This new model is driven by a self-winding mechanical movement—caliber 3195—entirely manufactured by Rolex. With a sweet-looking complication, this patented moonphase indicator is astronomically accurate for 122 years and then will only need one day’s worth of correcting. With a tiny bit of classical styling and contemporary visuals, surely Rolex will be making waves for years to come.