Sportfisher II MP
Blue Moonphase Dial

Sale price Price $400 Regular price

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G-10 Nylon
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Like to keep an eye on the skies? Humans have turned to the moon for thousands of years, but tracking has never been more effective or sophisticated than it is with our Sportfisher II Moonphase watch. The lunar cycle, or the time it takes to get from a new moon (when it’s not visible) to a full moon and back again, takes roughly 29.53 days. Our moon phase watch reflects what phase the moon is in as you see it in the sky.

Besides being a nod to tradition, the Sportfisher II Moonphase watch is a durable sport watch built for functional comfort. To minimize wrist irritation, the crown is placed on the left side of the case — a feature that’s unique to all Hook+Gaff watches. Plus, its titanium case is corrosion- and water-resistant, as well as being a poor conductor of heat — making it ideal for those brutal days in the sun and on the water.

The Sportfisher II Moonphase watch houses a custom Swiss quartz movement with moon phase and date functions. It also features Swiss Super-Luminova™ illumination technology, which lights the watch hands and hour markers. No additional battery is needed to charge the Super-Luminova™ — it gains power from light, both natural sunlight and artificial indoor light. This feature is ideal for those days when you stay out on the water just a little too long for one last cast.

  • Custom 41mm solid high-grade titanium screw down case
  • Anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
  • Swiss Super-Luminova™ hands and hour markers
  • Water-tight to 200m/660ft

Learn more about how moon phase watches work.

How Do I Wind The Moon Phase?


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