We lose count of the number of times we look up at the night's sky to work out what phase of the moon we're in. It must be quite a few, as we've no idea what we're looking for.
It might come as a surprise that our latest wrist envy focuses on a timepiece with a moonphase dial - but in the case of the De Bethune Dream Watch 5, it's included to further a star-searching theme.
Made form mirror-polished titanium, the Dream Watch 5 is shaped to appear like a finely crafted starship. With hours displayed on a 'jump-hour' movement and minutes on a rotating disc, this stunning watch is finished off with a fiery ruby 'thruster' on its crown. Though shaped like something from the future, the hand-wound movement has to be rewound every 5 days.
However, costing in the region of £100,500, space fans might be better off saving up for a trip on the Virgin Galactic.
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