Maurice Lacroix Phase de Lune Tonneau
And again I bought another watch. It’s from the Masterpiece collection, which is the Maurice LaCroix top collection. The watch has a different shape than all my other watches, a tonneau shaped case. Hence the name Maurice LaCroix Phase de Lune Tonneau.
Phase de Lune stands for the complication, which indicates moon phase. This watch also has indicators for the day of the week, month and of course the time.
The watch came on the steel bracelet and because this is not really my style I immediately ordered the matching black alligator strap. The strap’s price was kind of a shock. If Panerai and TAG Heuer ask around 250 euro for an alligator strap, Maurice LaCroix apparently thinks they can do the same.
This is by the way my first watch with a moon phase and calendar complication, except my replica Jaeger LeCoultre Master Perpetual (which I ignorantly bought in Vietnam before I knew anything about watches)