The base caliber visible through the exhibition case back is the automatic ETA 2836-2 coupled with a moonphase module (one that was developed with Synergies Horlogères) that’s accurate to one day every 128 years. The movement has 38 hours of power reserve.
Using as a starting point the same 40mm polished stainless steel case as the Pangaea, the MeisterSinger Lunascope should make for an exquisite choice as a slightly off-the-beaten-track dress watch.
Two dial choices will be available when the watch goes on sale in early April: a clean opaline silver and a brilliant blue. The color of the night sky and the matching date window taking the place of the six o’clock numeral offer a nice contrast against the silvery backdrop of the former dial, or they become more concealed and integrated within the dial of the latter.
Whereas the opaline dial variant (complete with a striking blued hand) may be a better representation of a traditional moonphase dress watch, the expanse of dazzling blue as an alternative option means there is really no bad choice here.
Both variants of the Lunascope will sell for €2,990. MeisterSinger