Facts about the Interstellar and the Orarian by Pynchon

Updated: Jan 22, 2020

By far the most complete watch in Pynchon Watches collection today is the Interstellar and Orarian collections, these two models marry a complete calendar to a moon phase. To qualify as a complete or full calendar, a watch has to indicate the date (with a manual adjustment for each month with less than 31 days), and the day of the week. The Interstellar and Orarian go that extra mile and add a moon phase into the mix along with a 24-hour day/night indicator functions – without cluttering the dial.

The Interstellar by Pynchon Watches

The design is quite clever and day-date counters double up as indicators for some of the calendar functions. The sub-dial at 12 o’clock relays the information of 24-hour day/night indicator in the Interstellar and the tide and tidal status in the Orarian. At 9 o’clock, the sub-dial houses a date indicator, while at 3 o’clock days of the week, and at 6 o’clock hosts a moon phase indicator.

The Orarian by Pynchon Watches

Quick facts:

42mm diameter x 12.35 thickness – stainless steel – sapphire crystal front– 100m water-resistance – Felsa CAL. 715.053 automatic movement – 28,800vph – 42h power reserve – hours, minutes, seconds, date, day, moon phase, 24h indicator represented by a domed earth in the interstellar collection, and domed rotating moon, and static waves to indicate tidal status) – black alligator leather with buckle.

Watch buyers will get the benefit of 3 years international warranty and can purchase additional services when they get their timepiece online on Pynchon Website Store.

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