Laureato Evo³

    The third adaptation of the Laureato features a 44-mm stainless-steel case and three useful complications: a large date, a power-reserve indicator, and a moon-phase indicator. Inside Information: This is an original construction. The moon-phase mechanism is connected to the barrel rather than the wheel train. This allows the phases of the moon to be displayed in a smooth, continuous movement instead of periodic jumps. This precise instrument requires a correction of only one day every 122 years and 45 days.

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