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The fascinating and mysterious 3391 Blue Stars watch by Epos traces a star-studded sky on its royal blue dial, like an invitation to plunge into the depths of celestial infinity. Its original dial accentuates a modern interpretation of the moon phases, visible at 6 o’clock. This is a striking new timepiece from Epos that bears a timeless grace about it.

The path of time ticks by on an original set of calendar functions. The day and month indications are staged in an unconventional alignment in the upper part of the dial, driven by an aesthetic carefully elaborated in every detail. The date is shown by a dainty moon crescent swept along on a central hand.

An elegant 41 mm steel case accentuates the timeless elegance of this model, while an onion-shaped crown that appears to be literally sprouting from the case middle lends a final touch of refinement.

The watch features an automatic mechanical movement that is decorated and circular-grained, and boasts a 42-hour power reserve. The watch has hours, minutes, seconds, day, date, month, moon-phases as its key functions and a sapphire crystal covers the watch front and back. It is water-resistant to 50 meters. The watch dial has a lacquered midnight blue finish with starry white dots.The watch is available in a black leather strap with buckle or steel bracelet with folding clasp.

Epos is especially proud of its in-house innovations. For instance, special functions such as the power reserve indication, the big date or the regulator with the phases of the moon were developed in Jean Fillon’s workshop, James Aubert SA. Such complicated mechanisms require considerable watchmaking skills, which turn each watch into a work of art. These in-house creations are constructed either on basic calibers from Unitas or on the no longer produced movements from Peseux. Finally, the movement finish is individually made and often includes a hand-made engraving.