Since its establishment in 1762, the British brand has introduced notable instruments to time mens exploits both on air and at sea. Not stopping there, they now announce a timepiece that features a worlds first - a precise display of the moons face waxing and waning with no less than 18 revolving discs. Encased in a 46mm steel or 18k rose gold, the Arnold and Son True Moon series has a self-winding mechanical movement and a 42-hour power reserve. The blue dial shows the image of the earth as engraved at 12 oclock, a total of 19 diamonds to represent the Big Dipper, Little Dipper, and Cassiopeia, and of course, the Arnold and Son True Moons main draw - the moon phase display at 6 oclock. With time and date indications, the Arnold and Son True Moon captures the heavenly bodies and puts it on everyones wrist, or at least on those lucky enough to grab this unique timepiece.