Wrist shots!

How do ochs und junior’s moon phase and annual calendar watches look on the wrist, and how do the 39mm and 42mm (pictured above) editions compare?

Bea Weinmann took some new pictures! Beat Weinmann lent his 16.5cm wrist for the photos.

A few details, for context:

  • In both the 39mm and 42mm edition of the case, the case height is 11mm and the lugs are 22mm apart.

Including a small leather strap with Ludwig’s special buckle in titanium, here are the weights:

  • 42mm titanium moon phase: 70g
  • 42mm titanium annual calendar: 69.9g
  • 39mm titanium moon phase: 60.2g
  • 39mm titanium annual calendar: 61.7g
moonphase patina 39mm 42mm

39mm and 42mm titanium moon phase patina

moonphase patina 39mm 2

39mm titanium moon phase patina

moonphase black 42mm

42mm titanium moon phase with black dial

moonphase 39mm

39mm titanium moon phase with white dial

moonphase patina 39mm

39mm titanium moon phase patina

annual calendar 42mm

42mm titanium annual calendar with dark blue dial

annual calendar 39mm 42mm

39mm and 42mm titanium annual calendars

moonphase patina dark 42mm

42mm titanium moon phase patina dark…you’ll notice a sneak peak at a prototype of Sabina’s sturgeon leather band in this photo!

ochs und junior’s date and two time zone watches use the same 2-part case designed by Ludwig Oechslin, but it’s 0.5mm thinner (10.5mm). Wrist shots another time!