Sophisticated Variograph from Louis Moinet

May 13, 2008
The Variograph is a remarkable watch from Louis Moinet. The sophisticated timepiece is equipped with an automatic chronograph movement. The watch has incorporated two innovations, a full moon indicator providing the precise indication of the full moon day. The second innovation is the World Map found at 9 o'clock and spinning once on its axis every 24 hours. The ring surrounding the map allows to read the time around the world according to Greenwich Mean Time. The watch also features 60-second, 30-minute chronograph counters and day, month and date indicators. The Variograph is available in a choice of three dial colors - charcoal, old rose and silver, each in a limited edition of 60 pieces.

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posted by: Robert Odd / May 13, 2008 12:15 PM
I've owned a Louis Moinet watch for over a year now and have worn it every single day since the day I made the purchase. I intend to keep it for years and I even dare say - for the rest of my life. It remains the most swanky and stylish, elegant yet functional watch I've ever had.

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