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One fact that makes the watch look so unique on your wrist (aside from the conspicuous looking globe) is the style of the case. It has no visible crown, and no lugs. This gives the watch a much cleaner look. The thick strap is attached directly to the case and the crown is integrated into the chapter ring. Looking on the dial you can see a hump over the mother-of-pearl chapter ring where the crown is situated. You'll have to access the rear of the watch to operate the crown. It is actually easier to use than it might sound. While looking at the rear of the watch you can get another map, engraved into the caseback beautifully. Nothing more fitting than that on the rear of the watch.
Hands-On With The Speedmaster Moonphase Co-Axial Master Chronometer in Platinum
Going to the front of the watch again, you'll see the Phosphor logo in cursive engraved into the case. The look is nice, and I like the cursive style of the text against the otherwise modern looking case. It brings down any apparent nerdiness of the watch making it much more hip instead. Which is really a good statement about the watch as a whole. The combo of an unknown display technology combines with a futuristic looking case could easily have gone in the wrong direction for Phosphor, but with the Digital Hour Clock, they pull the timepiece off well, and I think it has real mass appeal.
One major mystery at play here, though, is which gender this was intended for... It was suggested to me that this is a man's watch. And I'll agree, the black leather band is quite masculine...
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