If its name is any indication of its appearance, it’s safe to say that the Strawberry Moon edition features the duo’s most eccentric yet relatively subdued design attempt. In spite of the watch’s fairly stealthy color schemes, vibrant strawberry motifs were doused all over its lume-filled chronograph seconds hand.
Just like the previous Pink Moon model that was unveiled back in May, the central chronograph hand is handcrafted under a specific full moon with a certificate to prove it. In this time-teller’s case, it was crafted under June’s strawberry moon, which is also where it derives its name from.
The rest of the timepiece remains faithful to the “Misson to Moonshine Gold” with its gray-hued bioceramic case, matte black dial, velcro strap, quartz movement, and a price point of $300 USD.
Synonymous with all previous MoonSwatch launches, the time-teller was sold at time-exclusive events in a specific list of cities and Swatch stores around the world. Take a look at the Strawberry MoonSwatch in the gallery above. To read more about the reference, head over to its dedicated page via Swatch’s official website.
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