Hublot has revisited the mooh phase complication, dressing it in lunar greys for a modern, stylish twist. The lunar cycle is reproduced in a 13 mm diameter round window at 6 o'clock. The two moons appear in turn thanks to its partially frosted glass. This disc performs one revolution (every 29.5 days) over two lunar months and is driven by a 59-tooth wheel which advances one tooth every 24 hours

The opening produces a beautiful impression of depth, revealing two convex spherical moons. Around the edge of the moon display, a simple date with semi-instantaneous display. The day and month indications have been placed at 12 o'clock in two large skeleton windows. The date, day and month discs are skeletonized. The black, grey and anthracite tones further emphasise the mechanism's impression of depth - the self-winding movement HUB1131, offering 42h of power reserve.

 

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Version in titanium. © Hublot

This 45mm timepiece is available in two versions: one in King Gold (Hublot's red gold, more intense and precious thanks to its 5% platinum content) and the other in titanium. 4 integrated correctors sit either side of the case (2 o'clock: month correction, 4 o'clock: moon correction, 8 o'clock: date correction, 10 o'clock: day correction), with the time set using the crown.

 

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Version in King Gold. © Hublot

The piece is finished with a black strap in alligator leather sewn onto rubber.