The Frederique Constant is one of the best looking on our list. You’ll find it hard to argue with this – there’s an almost gradient-like black-to-blue effect on its dial. It’s reminiscent of a starry sky. Considering you’re picking a watch that tells you about the moon, this is very fitting.
The device has a black strap. It’s premium leather, so you’re going to be very comfortable. There’s stitching on its edges that are hand-done – it just oozes luxury.
Although Graf Zeppelin is a premium German brand, we’re one-upping them with Frederique Constant. They are a luxury Swiss name. Watches from the country are known to last long.
No surprise, it is the most expensive entry on our list. Hold your breath – it comes in at almost $3,000. It’s the epitome of luxury, so it’s worth it.
There are thin markers and hands. There’s no luminous pigment in them. We love that the timepiece has Roman numerals. They make it look regal.
The glass on its window is super strong – it is convex resistant sapphire. It’s the hardest glass you could get.
The Swiss moonphase watch isn’t big, but it’s not small. You’re getting a 1.65 inch (42 mm) case. Large watches can still be worn by smaller wrists, they’ll just look more awkward. Like the Graf Zeppelin, its dial is wide. You’ll be able to read it from miles away.
Although it rocks a Swiss automatic movement, we don’t know much about it. We do know that it comes with an exposed back, though.
Of course, there is a lunar phase sub-dial on it. It tells you what stage the moon is in, and it’s pretty easy to set up. But we have an issue – before you panic, it’s a very small one. The timepiece’s moon-phase dial is crookedly placed.
Something neat about the sub-dial is that it reads the date too – you were probably wondering what the numbers around its corners were.
What makes it special:
It costs as much as your rent.