In the perpetual quest for innovation in watchmaking the Star Caliber 2000 also succeeds in preserving a traditional look and feel. The pocket watch is one of the most classic gentleman accessory and this manually wound watch represents a new pinnacle of mechanical watchmaking. Its bassine-style hunter case has two sprung covers which can be selectively opened with a push button in the winding crown unveiling not just a view at the time, it also incorporates 21 different complications such as a perpetual calendar, sunrise and sunset times combined with a 24-hour day/night indication and the dial on the back shows the relative movement of the nocturnal sky, the lunar orbit, and the moon phases. An exceptional watch made of over 1.000 parts and is still easy to handle. The patented clue – it’s capable of playing the original melody of the Westminster chime.