LANGE 1 MOON PHASE

Esquire Malaysia Watch Guide - - Brand Story -

The next step in the Lange 1 evo­lu­tion comes with a moon­phase in­di­ca­tor that also pin­points night or day. With the moon on a sep­a­rate plane, as day turns to night, the disc be­hind it ro­tates, chang­ing from clear blue skies to a darker one with stars. It’s a func­tional ad­di­tion to en­sure that you get the right time so the date doesn’t sud­denly jump in the mid­dle of the day. As a tes­ta­ment to Lange’s en­gi­neer­ing prow­ess, the watch tracks the lu­nar cy­cle that takes 29 days, 12 hours, 44 min­utes and three sec­onds—mean­ing it will only de­vi­ate from the true syn­odic pe­riod by one day ev­ery 122.6 years.

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