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Dunhill‘s latest watch release leans towards sophistication and sportiness, with hints of mystery incorporated into its dark, elegant chassis. Featuring a Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 924 automatic movement, the Dunhill Classic PVD Moonphase watch embraces the usual hour, minute, date and second functions, but as the name suggests, a more intricate moon phase complication resides at the six o’clock position, while a day of the week function can been seen directly across from the date display — the watch is able to sustain power for up to 43 hours in the situation of a standstill. The stealthy semblance of the watch is further heightened with the use of a diamond-patterned guilloché dial, understated PVD coated 40mm case, and a black rubberized calfskin strap. Available now at Dunhill’s online store, as well as at its retail locations, the Classic PVD Moonphase watch will run you $7,300 USD.