- Passing strike sounds a bell once every hour
- Hand-painted moon phase display
- Winding and full adjustment mechanism on the back
- Eight-day power reserve
HIGH – QUALITY DESIGN, HIGH – PRECISION TECHNOLOGY AND UNIQUE CHARM – THIS TASTEFULLY ELEGANT TABLE CLOCK WILL BE A CAPTIVATING ADDITION TO ANY ROOM
The Lunaris owes its eye-catching design to the frameless glass case and the polished, chromed brass milled parts that elaborately surround the clock’s body. The distinctive feature of the design is the way the exterior of the clock supports the components. The movement and case form a pleasing whole that lends the piece a unique visual cohesion.
An anodized aluminum dial with hand-blued steel hands has a cut-out in its lower half for the hand-painted moon phase display. The timepiece is also linked by name to the Moon, and keeps track of its changing illumination in a quite fascinating and decorative way. The Lunaris is also a joy to listen to. Its “passing strike” means that it sounds a bell with a single strike once every hour. The winding mechanism and adjusters for the hands and moon phase display, as well as the regulator for the eight-day clock, are all conveniently located on the back. The balance the Lunaris achieves between design and aesthetics makes it a true Erwin Sattler gem.
|Case||- Brass and chromed
Height: 23 cm, width: 16 cm, depth: 8 cm
|Crystals||Cut mineral glass|
|Movement||Sattler calibre 2004|
|Power reserve||8 days|
|Drive||Mainspring with stopwork for constant
|Oscillator||Swiss escapement with screw balance|
|Ball bearings||12 precision ball bearings|
|Beat rate||18,000/h = 300/min|