Ochs Und Junior Perpetual Calendar
As minimal as it is functional, Ochs Und Junior’s Perpetual Calendar displays the date with a dot on its outer ring — including 28 or 29 days in February, leap year or not — along with the current month, represented by the inner disk’s outermost dot pointing to a time (for instance, pointing to 3PM means March). And this, accomplished using just 9 additional parts. The timepiece is powered by an automatic Ulysse Nardin UN-118 and is surprisingly easy to set, with the same familiar three-position crown as on any automatic with date. It also displays power reserve at a glance, being the tiny disk below the 12 o’clock marker, and the similar disk above the 6 o’clock marker ticks away to represent the seconds to show that the watch is running.
Learn more at Ochs Und Junior – roughly $20,800