Daniel Roth Athys Moon (Hour Glass Anniversary Limited Edition)  0 Comments


Admittedly, I have had difficulty in liking the Daniel Roth watches due to its unfamiliar case shape. While it sings for some, it some how does not excite me. However, this is not to be confused with my respect for the quality of their handicraft in creating beautiful watch movements. For instance, I felt the limited edition Athys with the IWC caliber 95 was quite a handsome watch with its beautifully engraved movement.

This here is the Hour Glass Limited Edition Athys with a different dial with a moon and stars. This moon is quite unique in that it feature some details of craters and surface features of the moon. A date function is also now seen on the dial near the 4 marker. One has to look at the movement of the watch to appreciate how well DR has managed to create a very thin winding movement - while not ornately finished, it shows off a great degree of horological capability.

- HT
(It is with thanks to The Hour Glass that I got their permission to photograph the watch at the premises of the Millennia branch)



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