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Ming 37.05 Moonphase

Ming has launched its latest 37-series model, its first watch with a moon-phase and date function. As with any Ming design, the watch takes a unique approach with multi-layered sapphire dials that are metal and laser etched with HyCeram Super-Luminova fill and a blue-black vertical gradient finish. The moon indication is also accented with lume, displaying a complete ring for a full moon and various sized portions for the other phases of the moon. Inside the 38mm case is a Sellita for Ming 288.M1 manually-wound movement with anthracite skeletonized bridges and a power reserve of 38 hours. Completing the watch is a black barenia leather strap by Jean Rosseau Paris and a leather travel pouch from Studio Koji Sato. 

500 watches will be produced and existing owners will have early access to 150 watches on November 25th at 1PM GMT and a general access sale will offer 350 watches on November 26th at 1PM GMT. 

CHF 4,950 (approx. $5,301),

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