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Second Incarnation With an In-House ComplicatedThe new diving timekeeper with moonphase is the second iteration of this concept. The watch was launched in 2010 and was the first timekeeper of the Oktopus diving collection (the other major series is called Spido). It also had the unusual stages moon complication.Rolex Replica Watches This watch, unlike the newer one, was built with a Frederic Piguet movement that was modified by Danish watchmaker Svend Anderson and was almost three times more water resistant. The new version is still a revolutionary watch, as it features a proprietary complication that was designed and built in-house. The automatic caliber has a balance frequency of 28.800 vph. It also includes a strengthened ejector and a 42-hour power reserve.

Water resistance is more than sufficient in the new version. The new casing style was used previously on the Oktopus II Dive watch which was presented at Baselworld 2012 and launched in the fall. The casing is made up of five parts, with an inner titanium cylinder that has a protective mechanism to stop any water intrusion during the dive. Before this treatment, the black DLC-treated element is first blasted using microbille techniques and then topped by a satin and polish finish done by hand. The screwed-in back features the iconic Morten Linde drawing of an Octopus, and the crown is also engraved with the same image. The Oktopus II Moon Watch housing is 44mm wide by 46mm long by 15.25mm thick.

Realistic Moon on Skeletonized Three Dimensional DialVisually the dial of Rolex Replica Watches's new diving watch is the most attractive feature of the product. This is especially true for its photorealistic representation at the bottom of the dial. The dial of the watch is made up of three parts,Rolex Daytona Replica with a luminous disk at the bottom. The Cotes de Geneva pattern is placed over the moon disk. The third skeltonized component has the logo of the brand, three hands, and indexes. A realistic, luminous moon disc is used to show the current phase of the moon. The wearer will get a better idea of the cycle's phase by looking at three previous days and 15 following ones.

There are two variations of the piece. Both are extremely limited in quantity. The more exclusive and first version is made from red gold and titanium with a ceramic bezel. The price of the timekeeper is $29,000 and it also features accents in red gold on the dial. The second version, on the other hand is made of titanium treated with DLC and paired again with a ceramic dial (this variant costs approximately $13,500). The two versions are made from a combination of materials which provide a marginally low level of reactivity, but exceptional resistance. The gold-titanium edition is limited to 12 pieces, while the other version has 47. Each watch in the collection is individually numbered. The red gold versions are the first models in the series. The watch will be unveiled officially at the Geneva Time Exhibition from January 22-25, and sales will begin in February.